As it turned out, the current situation associated with coronavirus Covid 19 has brought not only a test of the readiness of the Czech and European society for a major global epidemic, but also the readiness of Czech and European legislation for the social consequences associated with secondary signs of the epidemic. These may include, for example: borders closure, travel restriction, prohibition of organizing of cultural events, disruption of supply of certain services, impossibility of delivering goods, cancelling paid services, incurring damages in the absence of trade, etc. Where does the liability of service providers or suppliers of goods to the customer or to each other begin, and where does it end with reference to unforeseeable circumstances called force majeure? Whether it is B2B or B2C relationships, legal issues and their boundaries are still very unclear. We specialize in these areas and provide legal services in our law firm not only in the field of tourism, but also related to the mutual rights and obligations of all concerned parties, which may be providers of transport, accommodation services, etc. We will be happy to help you in this unclear situation.
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