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What to do if your employment right has been violated?

The issue of workers’ rights, i.e. the rights and obligations arising from employment are some of the most common issues that arise in practice, given that they include an extremely large number of people from different social and economic spheres.

What to do when you don’t get your salary? You have been terminated and you believe the termination was wrongful? Has your employer ordered you to carry out work tasks that go beyond the scope of work established for your job?

Establishment of a company

Forms of companies recognized by the Croatian legal system are determined by the Companies Act, and we divide them into personal companies: public companies, limited liability partnerships and economic interest associations, and capital companies: joint-stock companies and limited liability companies.

In practice, the most common form of companies is a limited liability company (Cro. društvo s ograničenom odgovornošću – d.o.o.), so our parties, whether Croatian or foreign citizens, natural or legal persons, most often choose this form of company to carry out their economic activities.

Disposition of proprery in case of death

Do you want to leave all your property or part of them to a specific person or a specific heir in the event of your death? Do you want to exclude the second or all other heirs? Wondering what the best option for you is?

To decide which legal act meets your needs the best, you first need to know that there are a number of legal options that can regulate property relations in the event of death.

Real estate purchase and sale

In case you are buying or selling real estate, there are several necessary steps in the successful realization of this legal act. We definitely advise you to seek legal advice from a lawyer who will perform the necessary inspections of the real estate for you, draft a purchase and sale contract that best suits your needs, as well as accompany you on your path to a successful purchase/sale.

The real estate purchase and sale is a bilaterally binding legal act in which the seller commits to hand over the real estate to the buyer’s possession and ownership, and the buyer pays the purchase price for that. The Civil Obligations Act prescribes a written form for a real estate purchase and sale contract. Such a written contract must contain certain necessary elements to be valid but also suitable for the registration of the ownership right in the land registry.