DRAFTING, DRAWING UP AND COUNTERSIGNING CONTRACTS
Do you want to sign a contract or just have it reviewed by a lawyer before signing?
Do you want to make a will?
DRAFTING CONTRACTS AND LEGAL COUNSELING ON CONTRACTS IN THE FOLLOWING MATTERS:
– sale and purchase contracts (for real estate and other properties; pre-purchase, re-purchase, option, pre-contracting)
– gift contracts
– leases (of flats, offices, garages, cars, machinery, and other property)
– opinions on insurance contracts
– transport contracts
– opinions on credit contracts
– loan contracts (money loans, free commercial loans)
– drafting and managing deposit contracts
– contracts of agency (agency and representation)
– employment contracts
– maintenance and annuity contracts
– property law contracts (settling the property relations of life partners, spouses, and cohabiting partners with a view to preventing future disputes)
– contracts for works (design, construction, installation, research, execution, subcontracting and subcontracting)
– drawing up wills
When buying a flat, plot of land or house, it is advisable to reserve the property as soon as possible so that no one else can buy it from you. It is important that even this step is done in an appropriate preliminary contract of sale, controlled by a lawyer, and that the main elements of the subsequent contract of sale are laid down, thus avoiding any possible future disputes or litigation.
It is also advisable to include a deposit in the pre-purchase contract, which is subject to completely different rules from the rest of the purchase price, so it is important that the lawyer drafting the contract informs the buyer or seller of this in detail.
DRAFTING AND COUNTERSIGNING WILLS
A testator may make a will to dispose of all or part of his or her property on death. A will may be made by public testament or by a written private testament; oral testamentary dispositions may be made only in cases specifically provided for by law. You can only make a will in person, so you must come to our law office in Győr or Tata.
If the testator has appointed more than one heir for the whole or part of the estate or for an object of the estate and has not specified the extent of their share, the beneficiaries will inherit in equal shares.
It is essential that, if the will is defective in form or content, it is invalid, and the rules of intestate succession apply.
Therefore, it is important to have a lawyer to draft and countersign the will, since a mistake cannot be rectified afterwards!