The law of obligations is a set of rules that regulate social relations arising in connection with performances. The law of obligations regulates civil obligations arising from the exchange of goods and services between people, or more simply put, social relations in the context of trade. The law of obligations is built on these relations as a superstructure. Therefore, trade is the economic basis of the law of obligations.
- drafting of lawsuits and other court submissions in debt recovery proceedings
- representation in court throughout the proceedings
- interpretation of statutes of limitation
- contesting and voidance of contracts
- contract drafting (sale and purchase agreements, rental agreements, exchange agreements, gift agreements, lease agreements, loan agreements, construction contracts, employment contracts, partnership agreements, transport agreements, agency agreements, brokerage agreements, etc.)