OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS
A contract may be defined simply as an agreement between parties, whether oral or written, which requires them to respect certain conditions, the compliance of which
may be required, thus giving rise to rights and obligations.
In this area we advise our clients on the revision, negotiation and drafting of all types of contracts, either as individuals or as companies, identifying the type of contract according to the nature of the matter, preparing for and anticipating possible future conflicts.
By way of example, we list the contracts most commonly drawn up in the legal sphere without excluding others that are less common or more complex:
- Loan contract with interest agreement.
- Deposit contracto.
- Mandate contract.
- Civil partnership contract.
- Service contract.
- Annuity contract.
- Admission of debt contract.
- Debt assumption agreement.
- Payment allocation agreement.
- Debt subordination agreement.
Out of such contracts, but not only from them, obligations will arise that can be defined as the legal link by which the debtor and the creditor will be bound.
Failure to comply with the stipulated provisions, i.e., the terms of which the debtor is obliged to comply, and which the creditor has the right to demand, may result in liabilities.
Our role here is to focus on the resolution of these conflicts in a manner which is most favorable to the interests of our clients, either by reaching a negotiated settlement
or through the courts:
- Constituting guarantees to avoid defaults (guarantees, deposits, etc.).
- Claiming all kinds of debts either out of court and/or in court through the most appropriate procedure (order for payment, verbal, ordinary or exchange judgement, depending on the case).
- International debt recovery.
- International debt enforcement.