Litigation in Czech Republic
refers to the last legal method to which individuals or legal entities involved in any type of disputes
use in order settle the case. In cases involving disputes
, the local legislation stipulates that the first legal step which has to be applied is a settlement between the parties involved. Only if this procedure fails, the parties can file for a lawsuit
, which will be presented in a Czech court
; if you are involved in a dispute
, our Czech litigation lawyers
can provide you with assistance on the case and legal representation.
Arbitration court in Czech Republic
Foreign investors who have set up a company in Czech Republic
that is involved in a commercial dispute
should know that this type of case can be addressed to the Arbitration court
, which can offer resolutions for local or international commercial disputes
At the same, the Arbitration court
offers its services to persons who have been involved in various types of consumer dispute
; our team of Czech lawyers
can represent you in rental disputes
referring to the breach on the stipulations of the contract.
The legislation under which the Arbitration court
functions is provided by the Act no. 216/1994 Coll., which specifies that the court can resolve disputes
addressed to it only in the case it has jurisdiction which is prescribed by the following:
• the parties have concluded an arbitration agreement;
• an international treaty.
Litigation services in Czech Republic
The litigation services
provided by our Czech lawyers
cover a wide range of aspects related to the Commercial law; our lawyers
can provide you with assistance on various legal aspects of the litigation case
in which you are involved.
The lawyers can assist you in creating a litigation strategy in accordance with your specific situation; our lawyers can offer legal help for debt enforcement, employment litigation or taxation disputes.
If you need further information on litigation services
offered in Czech Republic
, please contact our Czech law firm
for legal representation.