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​​​​​I​​NFORMATION ABOUT LEGAL ACTS

01-01-2014
 
 
JONES LANG LASALLE, s.r.o.,
 
Registered office at Prague 1, Na Příkopě 1096/21, zip code: 110 00
 
IN: 24789704
 
Registered in the Companies Register kept by the Municipal Court in Prague, Section C, Insert No. 174409, represented by Managing Director Tewfik Sabongui
 
(hereinafter referred to as the “Company”)
 
pursuant to Act No. 89/2012 of Coll., the Civil Code,
 
hereby declares and informs that
 
1. The Company chooses written form as the only form for performing legal acts; keeping this written form is understood to mean to perform legal acts in the form of a paper document furnished with the signature of the Company’s authorized representatives only; 
 
2. When acting in the interest of the client, the Company is not authorized to obligate the client and/or perform any legal act on behalf of the client, and all contracts executed based on the activity of the Company require the consent of the client in compliance with the client’s internal regulations as well as the signature of the client’s authorized statutory representatives; 
 
3. In executing a contract, it is necessary to specify all matters required by generally binding legal regulations with respect to a specific legal act as well as all matters requested by the contracting parties pursuant to Section 1726 of the Civil Code. Unless agreed otherwise, the so-called Heads of Terms (HOT) or similar documents specifying future lease terms do not represent any legally binding act for the Company or its clients and do not establish any pre-contractual liability of the Company or its client; 
 
4. Sending a lease inquiry or offer regarding commercial premises or other real estate is not considered a legally binding act of the Company or its client, and all negotiations regarding contractual terms after such an offer or inquiry was sent are considered non-binding from a legal point of view, do not establish a contract and nobody can reasonably expect the Company to execute a contract or consider it highly probable that a contract shall be executed;
 
 5. The Company’s inquiries about the lease of commercial premises or real estate always mean that the Company has several options to choose from and unless the Company explicitly states otherwise, such an inquiry about the lease of commercial premise or real estate means only an invitation to submit an offer;

6. The Company considers any information provided by the Company during negotiations confidential and demands that its recipient treat such information in a confidential manner (pursuant to Section 1730, Paragraph 2 of the Civil Code) even after contract negotiations are finished;
 
 7. In the case that a potential contract is to be executed based on a public tender, the Company as the tender announcer reserves the right to refuse all submitted bids (pursuant to Section 1778, Paragraph 2 of the Civil Code) and is not obliged to notify unsuccessful bidders (pursuant to Section 1779 of the Civil Code);

8. The Company precludes in advance all bids with a supplement or a deviation pursuant to Section 1740, Paragraph 3, second sentence of the Civil Code;

9. The Company precludes use of the business terms and conditions of the contracting party pursuant to Section 1751, Paragraph 2, second sentence of the Civil Code.