- Litigation and arbitration
- Land law and real estate deals
- Commercial law
A chain of beauty stores filed a lawsuit against one of the clients of RVS to oblige him to enter a rental contract. The plaintiff had rented a premise that belonged to the defendant and tried to execute a priority right to enter a rental contract for a longer period. However, RVS lawyers managed to prove that the plaintiff failed to comply with the mandatory procedure of execution of a priority right to enter a rental contract for a longer period and therefore the premises at issue were let to a new tenant.
As a result of the trial, the commercial (arbitrazh) court found that there were not any grounds to enter a rental contract with the plaintiff and plaintiff’s claim was unlawful. Thus, the court fully denied all claims of the plaintiff.
RVS law firm shall continue to protect efficiently its client’s interests in disputes under the rental contracts.
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