1.1. The attorney at law providing legal services (hereinafter as “LS”) is JUDr. Ing. Ivan Bojna (hereinafter "lawyer"). The lawyer’s office is located at Polianky 7B, Bratislava.
1.2 The Client is a person who enters into a contract with a lawyer for the provision of LS.
1.3 As contract should be also an order accepted by the lawyer deemed.
2.1 The lawyer operates a law firm.
2.2 The lawyer undertakes to provide the client with LS at the client’s request to the extent and in the manner stipulated in the contract, these general terms and conditions for the provision of legal services (hereinafter as "GTC") and the generally binding legal provisions, in particular Law No. 586/2003 Coll. On the representation of interests (hereinafter as "Act") and the Regulation No. 655/2004 Coll. On the remuneration and compensation of lawyers for the provision of legal services (hereinafter as "Regulation").
3.1 The lawyer will always provide LS to the client on the basis of his specific requirements, the content of which will be recorded.
3.2 The scope, type and time of provision of a specific LS are always agreed separately, otherwise determined by the lawyer.
3.3 When providing LS, the lawyer follows the principle of urgency, i.e. actions that risk missing the statutory deadline and further actions that threaten greater damage have priority.
3.4 The client submits the documents to the lawyer in the law firm.
4.1 The remuneration of the provided LS is agreed in the contract. The lawyer is entitled to request an advance payment.
4.2 In the case of hourly remuneration, the amount of the remuneration is the product of the agreed hourly rate and the total number of hours of granted LS for the charged period.
4.3 The lawyer pays sales tax.
4.4 The frequency of invoicing is determined by the lawyer.
4.5 An individual invoice is due 7 days from delivery to the client. If a later due date is specified in the invoice, the information in the invoice applies to the due date of the invoice.
5.1 In addition to the agreed fee, the lawyer is entitled to a flat rate in the amount specified in Section 16 (3) of the ruling.
5.2 For the reimbursement of proven travel expenses outside the city of Bratislava, the provisions of Section 16 (4) of the Regulation apply.
5.3 In the case of RDLs that are carried out outside of Bratislava, the time that the lawyer has spent on the way to this place and back is entitled to compensation for his lost time; its amount is based on Section 17 of the Regulation.
6.1 When providing a LS, the lawyer is obliged to maintain secrecy about all facts of which he has become aware in connection with the provision of an LS for the client; this does not apply in the cases provided for by law.
6.2 The client is obliged to give the lawyer every possible cooperation, to inform the lawyer in good time about all relevant facts in connection with the provision of the LS and to pay the lawyer the due fee. If the client is more than 30 days in arrears with the payment of the due fee, this can be seen as a breach of trust between the client and the lawyer.
7.1 A lawyer can only withdraw from this contract for reasons prescribed by law. The client can withdraw from the contract if the lawyer seriously violates his obligations. The withdrawal from the contract takes effect on the day it is delivered to the other party. Withdrawal from the contract ends the contract. In the event of a withdrawal from the contract, the remuneration already paid for the LS provided under this contract will not be reimbursed.
7.2 Both parties can terminate this contract without giving reasons. The notice period is 1 month and begins on the first day of the month following the month in which the notice of termination was served on the other party.
8.1 For the delivery of documents, the delivery by post is deemed to have been delivered at the time it is received by the recipient and at the time the recipient refuses to accept it. The shipment is also deemed to have been delivered after the retention period specified by the responsible postal courier for collection has expired, regardless of whether the recipient has learned that the shipment has been deposited. In the case of delivery by e-mail, the e-mail is deemed to have been delivered if i) a manual confirmation of receipt or confirmation of reading, ii) receipt of an e-mail response that also contains the original text of the e-mail to be sent; An acknowledgment of receipt is also considered an automatic reply without any action on the part of the addressee.
8.2 With the conclusion of the contract, the client agrees that the lawyer names him as the person for whom he provides and / or has provided legal services.
8.3 Unless otherwise stated in the contract, the contract is concluded for an indefinite period. However, if the client has not used his services for a period of 6 years since the conclusion of the contract or the last use of the lawyer’s services, the contract automatically expires after this period has expired.
General Terms and Conditions (valid from 1 January 2021) in PDF version.
JUDr. Ing. Ivan Bojna, attorney at law
address: Polianky 7G, 841 01 Bratislava
Office: entrance Polianky 7B
tel.: +421 2 544 323 92