Werner Law Firm invites to attend the seminar on credit and leasing sales of agricultural equipment: pros and cons


Within international exhibition called AgroExpo2016 Werner Law Firm arrange the seminar on credit and leasing sales of agricultural equipment: pros and cons. The seminar will held on September 30, 2016 at 12 o`clock in the conference room № 3 in Kropyvnytsky city.

The seminar should be primary concern for entrepreneurs of agribusiness, who sale and buy agricultural equipment on credit and in leasing.

Seminar program includes the following:

1. Credit and leasing: similarities and major differences.

1.1. Lending of agribusiness.

1.2. Agricultural equipment in leasing, its types and forms.

1.3. What kind of financing to choose: credit or leasing. Advantages and disadvantages of chosen method.

2. The program for state support agribusiness sector: current state.

2.1. Conditions for obtaining financial support from the state.

2.2. Current state of agribusiness program support.

3. The taxation of credit and leasing operations.

3.1.  Tax treatment of credit operations.

3.2.  Tax treatment of leasing operations.

4. Conclusion, alteration and execution of the credit agreement and leasing agreement.

4.1. Pre-contract work. Minimization of the risks. The selection of contractor. 

4.2. Common mistakes when concluding a contract, the ways of avoiding them.

4.3. Contract amendment.

4.4. The mechanism of recession from a contract and consequences for the parties.

4.5. Adjustment of disputes, indemnification.


  • Kostyantyn Sulyma, Managing partner
  • Viktoriia Semeshchenko, Senior Associate
  • Anastasiia Samoylenko, Senior Associate.

All interested are welcome! Seats are limited. Please, send the applications for participation by email: info@werner.ua or contact us by phone: (044) 278 00 30, (044) 278 00 20 – Viktoriia.

Law Firm Werner will participate in the International Agricultural Exhibition AgroExpo 2016

werner_agro-expoInternational exhibition called AgroExpo 2016 will held in Kropyvnytsky from September 29 to October 1, 2016.

Having considerable experience of work with agricultural enterprises in the field of legal support of production, import, export of agricultural products, operations with agricultural property and agro-industrial enterprise financing, Werner Law Firm will participate in the exhibition.

Therewith, Werner Law Firm arrange the seminar on credit and leasing sales of agricultural equipment: pros. and cons. within exhibition AgroExpo 2016.

Werner Law Firm specialists`report will cover questions, arising in credit and leasing sales of agricultural equipment and machinery, suggest how to avoid or solve such problems, disclose the questions concerning taxation of credit and leasing operations.

Seminar will be an excellent platform to discuss current trends of credit and leasing relationships in agribusiness, exchange of experience and help to establish partner contacts to participants. 

More details about seminar you can see in the article "Werner Law Firm invites to attend the seminar on credit and leasing sales of agricultural equipment: pros and cons"

Ukraine and Canada Signed the Free Trade Area Agreement


On July 11, 2016 the First Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv and Minister of International Trade of Canada Chrystia Freeland have signed Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Area Agreement.

From the effective date of the said Agreement, Canada will open its market for Ukrainian goods at 99% which is the subject of bilateral trade. Ukrainian entrepreneurs will be supported when entering Canadian market with help of CUTIS Project (Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support project).

The agreement will allow eliminating customs tariffs on goods and trade-restrictive measures. In particular, import duties on agricultural goods (apart from 108 tariff lines, the access to which will be opened with quota) and all manufactured goods will be lifted.

The Governmental Portal reports that the Agreement contains provisions with respect to deepening of trade and economic cooperation, including as it relates to trade in industrial and agricultural goods, protection of intellectual property right and state procurement regulation.

All of the preferences listed above are a testimony to the fact that the agreement will allow companies to access state procurement process at the government level in both countries, while the Ukrainian suppliers will have the right to participate in tenders.