The European Union was aware of unwanted side-effect of the free movement of persons which has been the equally free movement criminals. With regards to Tampere European Council conclusions the traditional extradition procedures were replaced by the surrender procedure within Member States of the European Union. Th e article answers the question how the surrender procedure differs from classic extradition. It deals with the comparison of the surrender procedure and the extradition mechanism focused on innovations of the European arrest warrant. It points out at necessity of simpler and faster procedure in the EU. Further, it focuses on the comparison of the legal basis of both procedures and on procedural issues.
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subject to a 40% marginal tax rate. For those with an annual income of 200,000–300,000 ISK, taxes for couples with two children decreased by 4%, for single parents by 3%, and for unpartnered individuals by 2.5%.However, the main innovation in the 1974 reform was the introduction of a tax credit (termed “skattafsláttur” in the text of the law instead of tax allowance for “persónuafsláttur”). If the tax credit was higher than the taxes due, the balance was paid out. This was not the case for “tax savings” caused by the tax allowance. The tax credit was intended as income
investors in combination with a significant amount of debt. The targets of such acquisitions are often mature larger companies. On the opposite, another important subgroup of private equity investments, known as venture capital, focuses on investing in younger often very innovative companies that may have difficulties in finding alternative sources of financing. Accordingly, such investments are often praised for their important role in nurturing new industries. Cf. Hobohm, supra n. 18. See also OECD, Venture Capital and Innovation (OECD 1996).
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