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Intermediation Contracts

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This chapter contains 6 articles on intermediation contracts. The presented articles are: definition of intermediation contracts, effects of intermediation contracts, duty to inform truthfully, payment of remuneration, burden of remuneration and burden of expenses of intermediation. The intermediary shall truthfully inform the mandator of the matters related to the establishment of the contract. If the intermediary did not facilitate the establishment of the contract, he may not request payment of remuneration. Where the establishment of a contract is facilitated by the intermediation services provided by the intermediary, the burden of paying remuneration shall be equally shared by the contractual parties.

Keywords: intermediation contracts; intermediation services



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