COVID-19 Paraguay - Articles | Guides to laws and regulations
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Change of procedural deadlines in Paraguay

All judicial deadlines and procedures will remain in due course during January 2021 with no usual Administrative and Judicial Holidays given the unprecedent year as consequence of the Covid-19 outbreak. The health emergency that occurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the enactment by the National

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MEETINGS HELD THROUGH TELEMATIC MEANS

Through Decree No. 3605/2020, the Executive Branch approved an extraordinary system that regulates the holding of Shareholders and/or Board Meetings of Public Limited Companies through telematic and/or remote means, a measure with validity until Dec 31 2020. In addition, the regulation is applicable to any company that the Civil Code

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Electronic Filings for Trademark Registrations and Renewals

In line with other successful governmental measures against the outspread of COVID-19 in Paraguay, the local Trademark Office has set up a new e-filing system for trademark registrations and renewals, which is being implemented since mid-April through a Decree. The TMO had been working on making e-filing a reality in

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Payment facilities for VAT

On 06/05/20, Decree No. 3583/20 was published, extending the tax measures taken by the Tax Administration (SET) within the health emergency declared due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decree establishes a transitional regime of payment facilities for Value Added Tax (VAT), which may be financed at the taxpayer’s request with

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Useful Information On Government’s Measures

GIVEN THE DECLARATION OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC BY THE WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION), THE GOVERNMENT ORDERED A SERIES OF MEASURES: Decree No. 3442/2020 “Whereby preventive actions against the risk of expansion of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic throughout the National Territory are provided”: provides that all offices from the Executive Branch must

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