The Civil law determines the legal status of the subjects of business, the manner of exercising rights of ownership and other property rights, and regulates contractual and other obligatory relationships. The Civil law of the Republic of Azerbaijan is based upon the Constitution of the Republic of Azerbaijan and consists of Civil Code, other laws and the legal acts adopted on the basis of such laws.
Generally recognized principles or norms of international law, as well as international treaties, are also an integral part of the legal system and generally override domestic regulation.
Except as otherwise provided by law, the rules established by civil law apply to relationships with foreign natural persons, stateless persons and foreign legal entities.
Considering all the matters described hereabove even if a company has a strong and qualified contract law team, there will be situations where you need extern legal advice.
We provide following services:
Contract management – creation, execution and analysis to maximize operational and financial performance at an organization, all while reducing financial risks;
Government contracts management – any kind of agreements that outline business transactions between companies and government of Azerbaijan Republic (Public construction, infrastructure and highway construction);
Revisions and amendments management – add, remove, or update parts of agreements, contracts etc.
Negotiating the contract – negotiating commercial terms and conditions with preferred counterpart ensuring protection of company’s/clients best interests;
Document management – maintenance that contract is filed and that the file is complete before proceeding with any other internal corporate procedures, in pre- contract phase, contract execution phase, post award phase, archiving of the contract etc.
Risk management, and compliance – to assure an organization reliably achieves objectives, addresses uncertainty and acts with integrity;
Contracts audit – evaluation and verification of the accuracy and propriety of the contractor’s (or the subcontractor’s) controls, policies, and systems;
Contract dispute Management – management of the back charge, dispute and claims process;
Close out activities – Manage close out activities such as contracts close out plan and report, completion certificates, final payment, release and waiver, warranty, guarantees and subcontractor performance evaluation.