Law of obligations

Law of obligations, also called contractual law, is a law element that exists objectively in the world of law as a set of legal regulations.

The team of Radostin Vasilev Law Firm gives legal advice, opinions and procedural representation with regard to:

  • Contracts – signing, amendment, supplement and termination of contracts;
  • Entering into contract under the terms and conditions of the Public Procurement Act;
  • Pre-contractual relations; Preliminary contract;
  • Contract in favour of third party; Giving in payment (datio in solutum);
  • Offsetting counter claims (compensation); Claim transfer – assignment;
  • Performance and non-performance of contracts; Objective inability to fulfill an obligation;
  • Deliberate failure to fulfill an obligation; Creditor’s delay. Rescindment of bilateral contracts;
  • Compensation for damages – nature and amount of compensation;
  • Contractual liability; Penalty; Deposit;
  • General lien (retention). Objection for non-performed contract;
  • Subrogation, solidarity; Collateral of claims;
  • Rescissory action; Guarantee; Mortgage;
  • Pledge; Contract for sale;
  • Contract for transfer of property for the obligation of support and care;
  • Contract for grant; Lease agreement; Tenancy agreement;
  • Contract for work; Loan agreement; Procurement agreement;
  • Management contract; Deposit agreement;
  • Memorandum of association; handling other’s affairs without order;
  • Tort, self-defence, defence of necessity;
  • Oral, written and online consultations ensuring the customer’s interest upon entering into, amending and terminating contracts;
  • Preparation of contracts and annexes thereto, including but not limited to: contract for purchase and sale, preliminary contract for purchase and sale, lease agreement, loan agreement, contract for support and care, contract for work, loan for use agreement, contract for grant, cumulative assumption of debts, claim assignment, pledge, mortgage, etc.;
  • Preparation of all necessary documents for the completion of a transaction: powers of attorney, statements, requests, certificates, notary deeds, etc.;
  • Drafting personal data protection general terms and conditions, rules, policies, etc.;
  • Negotiations and assistance upon entering into contracts
Law of obligations