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Laux Law Office
52, Kyprou Street
Tel./Fax: 0030 210 96 00 448
Tel.: +49(0)89/7007 42 14
German VAT Identification no. under section 27a of
the German Value Added Tax Act: DE294230741
Greek and German Lawyer
Sworn translator for the English and Greek language (1st District Court of Munich)
(Contact details as above)
Right of Representation
Right of representation as a German lawyer (Rechtsanwältin) before all German courts (except for the German Federal Supreme Court – Bundesgerichtshof, BGH), as well as before the courts of the European Union (Court of Justice of the European Union, General Court, European Court of Human Rights).
Right of representation as a Greek lawyer (Dikigoros) before all Greek courts district and appeal courts.
Official appointment as a sworn translator for the English and Greek language (1st District Court of Munich) and member of the Federal Association of Interpreters and Translators (BDÜ) of Bavaria, Germany.
Relevant Bar Associations (Supervisory Authorities)
Munich Bar Association
Tal 33, 80331 München
Telephone: +49 (89) 53 29 44 0
Fax: +49 (89) 53 29 44 28
Athens Bar Association
Akadimias Str. 60, 10679 Athen
Telephone: +30 (210) 3398 205
Fax: +30 (210) 3614 290
Relevant professional regulations
Irene Laux is a German lawyer (“Rechtsanwältin”). This professional title was awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany.
The following professional regulations apply:
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The professional title „Dikigoros“ was awarded in Greece. In this regard, the legal profession is subject to the following regulations:
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