The law of obligations is a broad field that everyone faces, from the conclusion of contracts to the occurrence, enforcement, and performance of obligations, as well as the application of civil liability and other issues. When dealing with issues related to the law of obligations, it is necessary to have a thorough knowledge of all the applicable legal acts, therefore, in order to correctly understand and properly apply the applicable laws, we invite you to contact qualified legal specialists. Are you a creditor and seek to ensure that obligations are properly secured or fulfilled? Are you a debtor and have questions related to matters of obligations? Contact us, we will help you solve your problems and answer any questions you may have.
In the field of law of obligations, we provide the following services:
- we advise on the occurrence and enforcement of obligations, as well as on the legal consequences of non-compliance or improper enforcement of obligations;
- we advise on the issues of ensuring the enforcement of obligations (penalties, sureties, guarantees, etc.);
- we advise on the transfer of obligations, transfer, transfer of a claim to a third party and other issues;
- we advise on the termination of obligations (termination of obligations after fulfilment of obligations under agreement of the parties, the release of the debtor from the enforcement of obligations, expiry of time bar, death of a natural person or expiry of a legal person, etc.) as well as on set-off, restitution and other matters;
- we prepare various draft documents and contracts (sale, exchange, loan, use, custody, donation, lease, leasing, rent, maintenance for life, provision of remunerated services, joint venture (partnership), peace, etc.);
- we assist and advise in the defence of the interests of debtors and creditors, we represent the parties in negotiations;
- we prepare procedural documents and represent clients in all institutions dealing with disputes arising from the law of obligations;
- we provide other legal services related to the law of obligation.