«CORONAVIRUS: SUDDEN ENEMY OF BUSINESS No. 1?»
«HOW TO GET LEGAL ASSISTANCE IN THE CONDITIONS OF A PANDEMIA»
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (hereinafter – “WHO”) officially recognized the situation with the COVID – 19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
We find out together what this terrible word “Pandemic” means?
«Pandemic» is an unusually strong epidemic characterized by the spread of an infectious disease throughout the country, the territory of neighboring states, and sometimes many countries of the world.
COVID – 19 – a virus that has stirred panic throughout the world, a virus that modern virological scientists are struggling against, trying to “drive it into a test tube,” a virus that has forced lawyers to think about how to provide legal assistance in the field of contract provisions regarding force majeure (or force majeure).
We turn to the legislation and define the exact concept of “force majeure”. According to Clause 3, Article 372 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Belarus, force majeure is understood to mean extraordinary and unavoidable circumstances under the given conditions. It follows that the pandemic of the Covid-19 virus is nothing more than force majeure and may well lead to non-fulfillment of obligations under the contract, entailing fines, disputes and damage to your business.
At a time when WHO strongly recommends observing the measures it has developed to prevent and prevent the infection of the virus, we urge you not to solve the looming legal problem (in the “cloud” of the Council-19 virus pandemic), but to contact lawyers for qualified assistance.
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The article was prepared by the assistant attorney of the Lawyer bureau “Tarasiuk, Ihnatiuk and Partners” Ekaterina Semyonova