Non-performance of monetary obligation in Bulgaria I part

Money are due on the acquisition of certain property (goods) or against the right to the enjoyment. With the amount of money most frequently are payed the development of a chattel or provided service. Salary (remuneration) also gets money. In currency debt “convert” and outstanding non-cash liabilities when seeking their realization through court. Damages from [...]

RP in Bulgaria based on commercial activity

Lots of NON EU entrepreneurs are facing with a problem when they need to stay in Bulgaria for more than 90 days (in every 180 days). This is due to both Bulgarian and EU immigration legislation procedures.

In general there are two main types of regimes depending of presence or lack of an agreement for [...]

Telecom has used unfair commercial practices

“Mobiltel” JSC has applied an unfair commercial practice, providing false information to consumers, the proposed lease handsets coded to work only with SIM cards of telecom, will be unlocked for free and freely use with cards of other operators after expiration of fixed-term contracts.

This is the final decision of the Supreme Administrative Court (SAC), [...]

Protecting your Intellectual Property in Bulgaria

I was planning from a long time to provide you with some initial information regarding Intellectual Property protection in Bulgaria. Well, finally the time to do this has come.

Intellectual Property protection Bulgaria

Lets first answer to a question – What actually is Intellectual Property? (for these that don’t know).

An objects of intellectual [...]

Compensation for delay due to contractor’ fault?

In view of the unification of jurisprudence in the presence of conflicting court decisions on the issue, the President of the Supreme Bar Council of Bulgaria Ralitza Negencova sends a statement on the matter with a request to be given an interpretative decision on the matter by the Supreme Court by interpretative case № 7/30 [...]

In Europe entities are compensated for non-pecuniary damage – and in Bulgaria?

The European Court of Human Rights is one of the international jurisdictions with established practice recognizing the right of non-pecuniary damages to entities that deserves to be described.

Based on Art. 34 of the Convention on Human Rights, which expressly provides for the right of appeal of NGOs, in 1979 the Court recognized the legitimacy [...]