• Constitution of the Slovak Republic No. 460/1990 Coll.

    The Constitution is the highest legal standard and supreme to all legal regulations in the Slovak Republic.
    No legal regulation may conflict with the Constitution

    Constitution of the Slovak Republic No. 460/1990 Coll.

  • Civil Code No. 40/1964 Coll.

    Underlying legal regulation governing civil-law relationships between both natural persons and legal entities
    Includes a general design for contractual relationships and arrangements for selected types of contracts, e.g. purchase agreements, job agreements, credit agreements, etc.

    Civil Code No. 40/1964 Coll.

  • Commercial Code No. 513/1991 Coll.

    Underlying legal regulation governing commercial relationships, particularly between businesses reciprocally
    Includes a basic definition of a business and arrangements for non-residents doing business in the Slovak Republic
    Addresses types of commercial activities and business methods
    Includes a general design of commercial contractual relationships and arrangements for selected types of contracts, e.g. purchase agreements, storage agreements, mandate agreements, credit agreements, etc.

    Commercial Code No. 513/1991 Coll.

  • Family Act No. 36/2005 Coll.

    one of the most important legal regulations for family law regulating establishment and dissolution of marriages, divorce, relationships between parents and minor children, determination of paternity, renouncing paternity, child support, etc.

    Family Act No. 36/2005 Coll.

  • Penal Code No. 300/2005 Coll.

    Governs the definition and types of criminal offenses, types of sentences and other sanctions
    Includes a determination of all criminal offenses, facts of the crime, sentencing and type of sentences.

    Penal Code No. 300/2005 Coll.

  • Attorneys Act No. 586/2003 Coll.

    Includes a determination of rights and duties for attorneys, particularly in relations with their clients
    Governs organization of the legal profession and relationships within the Slovak Chamber of Attorneys

    Attorneys Act No. 586/2003 Coll.

  • Act No. 452/2004 Coll. on Alternative Child Support

    This Act governs legal relationships for providing alternative child support and proceedings relating to alternative child support

    Act No. 452/2004 Coll. on Alternative Child Support

  • Act on Arbitration No. 244/2002 Coll.

    Arbitration of property disputes originating from domestic and international commercial and civil law relationships where the Slovak Republic is the venue of arbitration proceedings
    Recognition and enforcement of domestic and foreign arbitration in the Slovak Republic

    Act on Arbitration No. 244/2002 Coll.

  • Attorney Tariff No. 655/2004 Coll.

    Justice Ministry of the Slovak Republic Public Notice governing types of attorney fees for providing legal services and the method of determining attorney fees
    In court proceedings, the Court will reimburse costs for legal representation to the party who fully succeeds in a case, based on the Attorney Tariff
    Note: You can download the full text of the Attorney Tariff complemented with notes from our law office, where you can find, in particular, a) calculated values for legal services listed in the Attorney Tariff from Slovak crowns to Euro and b) calculated values for legal services whose value is not expressly defined in the Attorney Tariff, in both Euros and Slovak crowns. All calculations are made using the conversion rate: 1 EUR = 30.1260 SKK.

    Attorney Tariff No. 655/2004 Coll.