Embracing mainstream international law, this section on euro explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Euro and Europe There is an entry on euro in the European legal encyclopedia. Resources See Also Further Reading Entry "Euro" in the work […]

Tax Law

Other Popular Tax Definitions in the World Legal Encyclopedia Adjusted Gross Income (sometimes, including Tax Law) Ad Valorem Tax (sometimes, including Tax Law) Alternative Minimum Tax (sometimes, including Tax Law) Big Four (audit firms) (sometimes, including Tax Law) Black Market […]

Market Abuse

Hierarchical Display of Market abuse Law > Criminal law > Offence > Economic offence
Market abuse Concept of Market abuse See the dictionary definition of Market abuse. Characteristics of Market abuse [rtbs name="xxx-xxx"] Resources Translation of Market abuse Spanish: Abuso de mercado […]

Financial Market

Resources See Also Trade Market White Market Financial Market Trade Law Competition Law

Industrial Counterfeiting

Hierarchical Display of Industrial counterfeiting Production, Technology And Research > Research and intellectual property > Intellectual property > Industrial property
Trade > Trade policy > Commercial law
Trade > Trade policy > Trade policy > Trade regulations > Illicit trade
Law > […]

Tax Evasion

Tax evasion is when someone has deliberately misled us about their activities to reduce their tax liability, or have not paid tax that is due. tax evasion is escaping payment by illegal means. This is obviously unlawful and is usually a criminal offence Tax evasion is when a person or a […]


Introduction to Counterfeiting Counterfeiting, criminal offense of making an imitation of an article with intent to defraud others into accepting it as the genuine item. The term counterfeit is used most frequently to denote imitations of coined money or of the paper currency of a government […]

Tax Avoidance

Tax Avoidance Definition Tax avoidance may be defined as the act of reducing taxation, it is about getting round the law to minimice a tax impact of any operation. Through tax avoidance, a taxpayer takes advantage of all legal opportunities to reduce his or her tax liability. An […]

Financial Legislation

Hierarchical Display of Financial legislation Finance > Free movement of capital > Free movement of capital
Finance > Financing and investment > Investment > Investment policy > Regulation of investments
Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking > Law of banking
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Tax System

Summary of Forced Tax System A practice applied in some countries (most notably in Europe) in which corporate income taxes are computed by a governmental agency. Unlike the American system, under which the firm prepares its own return and computes its tax liability (subject to subsequent […]