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rj Invitation to the Christmas Party 2017

rutland ježek, law office is pleased to invite its clients and friends to the 8th Christmas Party

 

 

 

rutland ježek, law firm evaluated by legal guide IFLR1000 for the year 2018

rutland ježek, law firm was again included in the reputable annual edition of the IFLR1000 (2018), the worldwide independent guide which lists leading financial law firms in the given region.

 

 

 

New investment visas in the Czech Republic

rutland ježek, law firm based in the Czech Republic on a new important institute of the Czech Immigration law.

 

 

 

Czech or foreign natural persons or legal entities can perform the business activity in the Czech Republic if they comply with the Czech law.

Mojmír Ježek, partner of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Forms of business activities in the Czech Republic

 

 

 

The New Czech Civil Code regulates the lease of premises for business purposes, even in relation to lease agreements entered into prior to this date. Compared to general types of property leases, lease of business premises has several specific features. Landlords, property developers and their tenants who are leasing business premises in the Czech Republic should certainly be aware of them.

Michal Dobiáš, attorney of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Lease of business premises.

 

 

 

The greatest benefit for foreign investors and Czech entrepreneurs is the reduction of fees associated with founding a new company, effective in the year 2016. The notary's reward, set by a regulation of the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic, dropped to ½ and the court fee was removed completely.

Mojmír Ježek, partner of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Legal news for entrepreneurs in 2016.

 

 

 

Trades are divided under the Czech Trades Licensing Act (Act No. 455/1991 Coll.) into notifiable trades, which can be obtained based on notification, and concession trades, which can only be pursued on the basis of a special business licence – a concession. Notifiable trades are categorised into three further groups: vocational, professional and unqualified.

Vojtěch Makovec, junior associate of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Steps for acquiring a Czech trade licence.

 

 

 

The joint-stock company is the second most common form of business corporations in the Czech Republic. How to establish such company?

Roman Macháček, junior associate of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Incorporating a joint - stock company.

 

 

 

The limited liability company is the most common form of business corporation in the Czech Republic. How to establish such company?

Roman Macháček, junior associate of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the publication Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article about Incorporating a limited liability company

 

 

 

PF 2017

rutland jezek, Czech law firm in Prague wishes all its clients Happy Holidays!

rutland jezek Czech law firm PF 2017

 

 

 

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