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HOROZOV AND PARTNERS
here you can find information about our practice and the possibility of quick contact with us, as well as answers to some of the questions about the services we offer and our professional principles
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE
- reparation and registration of trade companies, branches, sales offices
- Document review, property research, preparation of purchase and sale contracts, exchange, donation
- Negotiation, execution, default, amendment and termination of civil and commercial transactions
- Consultation in the field of taxation covers corporate income tax, taxes of individuals
- Advice on issues related to the implementation or amendment of real estate regulations or boundaries
- An important part of our business is the representation of our clients in this field before the Commission for Protection of Competition
- Provides legal advice on the preparation and conclusion of insurance contracts, as well as oncoming of insurance events
- We prepare contracts, agreements to employment contracts, internal labor regulations, job descriptions, orders for amendment and termination of employment contracts
HOROZOV AND PARTNERS
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The first thing you should do when someone owes you money is to speak to them to find out why they haven’t paid. After all they may have simply overlooked it. If they’re struggling to pay you back, you may be able to negotiate some kind of payment arrangement which keeps the relationship amicable.
To start court proceedings a solicitor will file a Statement of Claim. If someone serves you with one of these, you shouldn’t ignore it. If you do, the creditor can apply to the court for a judgment against you. You usually have 28 days to take action after someone serves a Statement of Claim on you.
You can send a debtor a letter of demand to allege that they owe a debt and advise that if it’s not paid within a certain period of time (usually 14 days), you’ll begin legal action. If you receive a letter of demand you should pay your debt as soon as you can, to avoid also being charged interest and legal costs.