Understanding a lease termination
Prepared by AmCham member: Ružička Csekes s.r.o.
The Act No. 116/1990 Coll. on the Lease and Sublease of Nonresidential Premises as amended (hereinafter as “Act on lease and sublease”) as lex specialis to general regulation enacted in the Slovak Civil Code stipulates an essential list of forms and grounds based on which leases of non-residential premises can be terminated. In addition to statutory regulations, the parties can agree on other specific conditions with regard to the principle of contractual freedom as described below.
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