What is the employment relationship according to provisions of the Employment Act?

According to the Employment Act, the working relationship is the contractual relationship between the employee and the employer, which is based on the employment contract. In the working relationship, the employer and employees are obliged to comply with the provisions of the Employment Act, other laws, international agreements, other regulations, collective contracts, and regulations related to the working relationship.

Also, according to the provisions of the Employment Act and the factual work i.e., the de facto working relationship can be converted into a formal working relationship with the fulfillment of certain general and special conditions. Continue reading What is the employment relationship according to provisions of the Employment Act?

Contract of construction

A contract of construction shall be a contract for services by which a contractor assumes the obligation to construct, according to a specific plan and within a stipulated time limit, a specific building on an agreed building site, or to perform on such building site, or on an already existing facility, some other civil engineering works, while the purchaser assumes the obligation to pay in return an agreed price. A contract of construction must be concluded in written form.

Form and content of the contract of construction, rights and responsibilities of the contracting parties, liability for defects and especially responsibility of contractor and project engineer for the soundness of building are regulated by the provisions of the Law on Contracts and Torts.

Building

In this Chapter, the term “building” shall include buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels, water supply installations, sewerage systems, roads, railroad tracks, wells and other civil engineering facilities the manufacture of which requires large and more complex works. Continue reading Contract of construction

Contract of security according to Law on right of security upon movable objects and rights filed in register

The Law on Rights of Security upon Movable Objects and Rights Filed in Register regulates the pledge, without delivering in possession, of movable objects and rights for the purpose of securing a claim of a creditor, the contract of security, the rights and obligations of contracting parties, the filing of the right of security in the registry, the settling of a creditor secured by pledge, and the termination of the right of security.

Movable objects and rights shall be pledged by filing in the registry that shall be instituted in conformity with the Law on Rights of Security upon Movable Objects and Rights Filed in Register.

Legal relations that are not regulated by the Law on Rights of Security upon Movable Objects and Rights Filed in Register shall be subject to regulations covering obligations (contract and torts) and property law relations, and to other regulations. Continue reading Contract of security according to Law on right of security upon movable objects and rights filed in register