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All types’ business organizations need the support of corporate law firms to deal with legal issues. Some business owners hire corporate lawyers to deal with particular issues like public offerings, acquisition process, merger, liability matters and harassment suits. Some entrepreneurs also prefer the support of lawyers, who work as a corporate consultant. They provide companies with comprehensive support for dealing with legal matters of the business. You must ensure that your lawyer is an expert and he can provide his support with extensive knowledge. If you hire a newbie lawyer, it can be a troubling decision for your business. At EuropLaw, we provide well experienced corporate lawyers to resolve all of your legal issues.

What do we do?

Our attorneys are specialized in business transactions and contracts. We are expert in numerous aspects of the law and we provide effective support for carrying out the business operations in the best possible way. Our support can be essential for you in tasks like contract negotiations, tax law, securities, intellectual property, code compliance, financial reporting, bankruptcy and other sectors of the business. We can efficiently deal with all your legal concerns and our expert lawyer can provide the best ways of dealing with present and future problems.  

Our aim is to provide our clients the easiest and best approach to deal with all their business risks. Unlike the trial lawyers, we work closely with the clients to recognize their challenges and future demands. Our assistance can play quite an essential role in the working of your business. Every deal of your business will be done in a way that the next party won’t be able to bring you in any kind of brawl. We constantly monitor how your firm is performing and how its core operations are taking place and will inform you immediately if something goes wrong and affect your business. Our team works to minimize your business risks and maximize your profit by using our knowledge and expertise.

Do we serve only business giants?

Many business owners across the world think that corporate attorneys offer their support only to large business organizations. We agree that all the business giants assign lawyers to monitor their legal actions, but it doesn’t mean that corporate lawyer serves only large business organizations. You can contact us as well and get Legal advice online regarding your business organization. Our support is available for every type’s business. We understand that legal issues can cause a significant loss to any type of business. Our job is to prevent our client from all possible threats and we do it efficiently. 

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An Attorney is a person admitted to practice law in at least one jurisdiction and authorized to perform criminal and civil legal functions on behalf of clients. These functions include providing legal counsel, drafting legal documents, and representing clients before courts, administrative agencies, and other tribunals.

Unless a contrary meaning is plainly indicated this term is synonymous with "attorney at law,"lawyer," or "counselor at law."

In order to become an attorney, a person must obtain a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school, although this requirement may vary in some states. Attendance at law school usually entails three years of full-time study, or four years of study in evening classes, where available. A bachelor's degree is generally a prerequisite to admission to law school.

With few exceptions, a person must pass the bar examination of that state in order to be admitted to practice law there. After passing a bar examination and practicing law for a specified period, a person may be admitted to the bars of other states, pursuant to their own court rules.

Although an attorney might be required by law to render some services Pro Bono (free of charge), the individual is ordinarily entitled to compensation for the reasonable value of services performed. He or she has a right, called an attorney's lien, to retain the property or money of a client until payment has been received for all services. An attorney must generally obtain court permission to discontinue representation of a client during the course of a trial or criminal proceedings.

Certain discourse between attorney and client is protected by the Attorney-Client Privilege. In the law of evidence, the client can refuse to divulge and prohibit anyone else from disclosing confidential communications transmitted to and from the attorney. Notwithstanding, attorneys are permitted to make general (non-privileged) pre-trial statements to the press if there is a "reasonable likelihood" that the statements will not interfere with a fair trial or otherwise prejudice the due administration of justice (In re Morrissey, 168 F.3d 134 [4th Cir. 1999]).

Europlaw provide any legal assistance required by our clients worldwide. Legal consist of many aspects and we specialise in all aspects of legal assistance.

Europlaw is positioned to become a formidable force worldwide in the legal and advisory services landscape. Our core strengths are obtained from our hands on experience in diverse sectors. The founding partners are committed to growing a firm that practices good ethics and endorses excellent corporate governance. Our team comprises highly regarded role models with proven expertise in both private and public sectors.

Legal advice is the giving of a professional or formal opinion regarding the substance or procedure of the law in relation to a particular factual situation.

Legal advisers are lawyers who are employed by Europlaw to provide legal advice and services to both our international organization and clients worldwide.

Legal advice is ordinarily provided in exchange for financial or other tangible compensation. Advice given without remuneration is normally referred to as being pro bono publico (in the public good), or simply pro bono.

In the common law systems it is usually received from a solicitor, barrister or lawyer; in civil law systems it is given by advocates, lawyers or other professionals (such as tax experts, professional advisors, etc.).

Advocates have rights of audience in most of the courts. An advocate's role is to give advice on all matters of law: it may involve representing a client in the civil and criminal courts or advising a client on matters such as matrimonial and family law, trusts and estates, regulatory matters, property transactions and commercial and business law.

A barrister is a type of lawyer in common law jurisdictions with a split legal profession. Barristers specialise in courtroom advocacy and litigation. Their tasks include taking cases in large tribunals, drafting legal pleadings and giving expert legal opinions.

A solicitor is a member of the legal profession qualified to deal with conveyancing, the drawing up of wills, and other legal matters. A solicitor may also instruct barristers and represent clients in some courts.

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Europlaw Group Botswana Limited is a law firm registered at the Registrar of Companies & Intellectual Property under the Companies Act (Chapter 42:01), has international in-house attorneys, lawyers, advocates, auditors, legal advisors, fund managers and accountants that offer a variety of services. These services include international business law, legal and financial advisory services, escrow and paymaster services.

As our client you will receive individual, comprehensive and well-founded advice in all areas of national and international business law.

Europlaw Group employs lawyers, auditors, investment bankers, escrow agents and real estate experts who work hand in hand. This offers you in depth, concentrated know-how for almost all types of business and legal cases. Europlaw Group is known for their integrity, dedication, experience and ambition, as Europlaw Group requires the best and most dedicated service from each of the lawyers in our group.

The partners and senior partners of EUROPLAW LAWYERS are experienced international lawyers specializing in different areas of expertise. The legal advisors and notaries are lawyers that have vast experience and are experts in their field. Most of the partners have many years of professional experience. By combining our proximity to the corporate world and our excellent legal expertise, Europlaw LAWYERS can get more done for you – in all industries and all areas of the law, both in the region, SADEC as well as internationally.

The satisfaction and the success of our clients is the most important benchmark that determines the quality of our work. We focus on tailor-made concepts and individual solutions – at a fair price.

As a client of Europlaw LAWYERS, you participate in a cross-border industry and legal expertise as well as experience in dynamic key markets in countries such as SADECa. Many of our clients operate industry-related globally and are multicultural. Europlaw Group emphasizes pronounced specialization on specific industries for the largest sectors of the economy. We believe that the combination of professional expertise in business law and special knowledge regarding the industry is indispensable for the implementation of efficient services and for improving the quality of the advice given. The international network of partners and senior partners means that we are positioned internationally, yet you can always reach us locally.

We are experienced enough to know that this is not the place for the proverbial "one man band". In light thereof, we have established a worldwide footprint, with offices in the Republic of Botswana, Republic of South Africa, Federal Republic of Nigeria, United Kingdom, Dubai, United States of America, Republic of Mauritius and Australia. There is a worldwide team of dedicated professionals at the disposal of our clients on a 24 hour international basis.

Europlaw Group Botswana Limited is focused on the implementation and provision of capital market services, escrow agent services, paymaster services, project funding and financing as well as merger and acquisitions transactions.

The group's core strategy is based on the concept of reputable and intelligent partnerships and alliances. Through these, experts within the fields of law, business, asset management, project management, project funding and financing, paymaster services, escrow services, fiduciary, and audit and tax advisory, deliver excellent services to clients at reasonable and competitive rates. The group's senior partner structure allows seasoned and experienced lawyers, escrow agents, auditors, advocates, investment bankers, accountants, financial advisors, and real estate experts to work together in competent teams for successful operations in locations worldwide.



We represent the following professional, industry and legal areas within the Republic of Botswana an SADEC and many more:


Aircraft insurance and claims

Aircraft Purchase, Leasing and Financing

Charter arrangements

Banking, Finance and Securities

Banking and financial product development

Electronic banking

Listing of securities and financial instruments on the relevant exchanges

Corporate Housing schemes

Equipment and asset financing including leasing, leverage leasing, installment sales and credit sales

Project and structured financing

Debt and equity financing of acquisitions, take-overs and mergers

Exchange control

Securities, futures and commodity trading

Derivatives and derivative products

General banking operations

Securities lending

Domestic and international trade and export credit financing

Inter-bank development

Securitisation Syndicated lending and finance

Building and Construction

Building and engineering contracts

Construction and engineering claims, disputes and alternative dispute resolution

Professional engagement contracts

International and local housing projects

Project development, finance and management contracts

Guarantees, including performance and retention guarantees


General commercial agreements

Partnerships and joint venture agreements

Supply and manufacturing agreements

Franchising, licensing, distribution and agency agreements

Sale and lease agreements for movable and immovable property

Competition/ anti-trust

Competion law and compliance investigations

Exemption applications

Instituting and defending complaints 

Merger notifications

Constitutional Law

Advisory and upholding constitutional rights


Corporate finance agreements

Registration of external companies

Share buy-backs

Corporate governance

Formation of all forms of corporate entities, including companies, close corporations business trusts

Rights offers, debenture issues and scrip dividends

Stock Exchange listings, public offerings, private placing and underwriting

Formation of share incentive schemes and trusts

JSE and SRP compliance

Schemes of arrangement

Section companies, incorporated and unincorporated clubs and societies


Employee disputes

Employee incentive schemes 

Employment contracts 

Employment equity compliance

Employment law implications of mergers and acquisitions 

Health and safety regulations and compliance 

Restraints of trade

Termination of employment, retrenchment and redundancy

Unfair dismissals


Chain of title 

Financing, production and location agreements

Artists' agreements, employment agreements and work permit applications

Sport and event sponsorships

Environmental Law

Environmental legal assessments and audits

Compliance with environmental legislation


Pharmaceutical and medical legislation

Medical claims and schemes


Judicial management 

Restructuring and refinancing of companies

Schemes of arrangement and offers of compromise


Establishment of captive insurance companies 

Insurance claims and disputes

Screening of brokers.

Shipping and marine insurance Taxation of insurance companies

Acquisition, disposal and restructuring of insurance companies 

Advising on policy documents

Litigation / Arbitration / ADR

Provision of arbitrators and mediators for commercial, building, engineering and information technology disputes

Arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution 


Mergers and Acquisitions

Structuring of mergers and acquisitions

Unbundling transactions

Corporate restructuring and reorganisation 

Due diligence investigations and audits

Management and leveraged buy-outs 

Schemes of arrangement

Mining and Minerals

Oil and gas contracts Refining and processing contracts

Maintenance of mineral rights, prospecting rights, mining rights, prospecting permits, mining authorisations

Environmental and rehabilitation issues

Property Law

Property trusts 

Residential, commercial and industrial property transactions 

Township proclamation and development

Acquisitions and disposals 


Housing schemes, including low cost housing, retirement development, sectional title, share-block

Property portfolio and development financing

State Restructuring

Public private partnerships



Shipping and International Trade

Logistics management and outsourcing 

Maritime law

Bulk storage, freight forwarding and handling 

International and local tax planning

Purchase, sale and lease of ships and containers Tariffs and anti-dumping


Objections and appeals 

Review of tax structures

Secondary tax on companies

Capital gains tax 

Income tax advice

Telecommunications, Media & Technology

Standard provider terms and conditions, user policies and disclaimers 

Barter and airtime sponsorship agreements 

Media production, including standard commissioning, distribution, license, barter deals and spin-off agreements 

Press freedom and mass media liability 

Promotional competitions, trade promotions and advertising regulation

Publishing, printing and distribution agreements 

E-business transaction processing 

Strategic sourcing, including outsourcing, system implementation and integrator agreements 

Service level scoping and management

Technology policy

Broadcasting, telecommunications and convergence regulation 

Hardware supply, procurement, leasing and management 

Hosting services 

Interconnection and facilities leasing 

Network development and consulting agreements 

Software licensing and management

Trusts & Estates

Estate planning 


Administration of estates and trusts

Formation of inter vivos and will trusts

Trade Marks and Copyright

Passing-off and unlawful competition

Trade mark registrations, maintenance and protection

Copyright protection



Trust needs to be earned

Legal advice is a matter of trust. We don't simply ask our clients to trust in the quality of the service and the integrity of the staff and the partners. But we invite you to gain this trust through successfully implemented projects and transactions. Test us!
We are fully aware that you as the client have to be able to rely on your lawyers' advice and competence at all times. Our partners' actions are guided by this: we ensure the quality of our service through regular quality reviews and the four-eyes principle which applies to all partners and senior partners.

Entrepreneurial approach by conviction

Our lawyers always advise you pro-actively. We respond flexibly and fast. Naturally, we don't only point out risks, but we offer clear instructions on how to act.
Our advice is tailored to your individual goals and your definitions of success. You may always expect that our lawyers know and understand your business.

Internationality and stability

Thanks to the interdisciplinary cooperation with the international offices of Europlaw we have a wealth of experience both at the national and the international level.
Especially if your business spans more than one country, you will find the right partner in us. You will benefit from the local presence and our international connections.

The personal contact with our clients is very important to us. Short and direct means of communication can be decisive for a quick and efficient implementation of a project. In order to ensure this, a personal contact will always be available to you.  


 § 1 Area of applicability 

1. 1. These General Terms and Conditions ("GTC") for consultancy services apply to contracts, the object of which is that the contractor provides advice and information to the principal, regarding the planning, preparation and implementation of entrepreneurial or professional decisions and projects, especially in the following areas:

- legal advice
- auditing, tax advice and accounting
- company management/management consulting
- administration and organisation

1.2. The general terms and conditions of the principal will only be applicable, when this has been expressly agreed in writing. 

1.3. In a collaboration or co-operation with other professional organisations, such as auditors, communication consultants, tax consultants and solicitors, the task assignments must be clearly delimited. The GTC of Europlaw is applicable internally, while the GTC of the corresponding professional organisation, which has received a mandate from the principal, is applicable externally. In individual cases of co-operation with another professional organisation, Europlaw will commit itself to observing the professional principles of the other profession, besides its own professional principles.

§ 2 Object of the contract/scope of services

2.1. The object of the contract is the agreed activity, which is described in the contract, not the achievement of a specified commercial success. The performance requirements on the contractor are fulfilled, when the required analyses and works, including the resulting conclusions and recommendations, have been developed and explained to the contracting party. It is unimportant, whether or when the conclusions or recommendations are implemented.

2.2. On request by the contracting party, the contractor must provide information about the status and progress in carrying out the assignment. After the assignment has been completed, the contractor must account for the results by means of an oral or written report, which includes a description of the assignment, the procedure and steps used for completing the assignment and all important results thereof. The provision of a comprehensive and written report by a contractor must be separately agreed to in advance, especially if such a report is to be presented to third parties. 

2.3. The contractor will carry out all works with the greatest care, and under observation the individual situation and requirements of the principal. 

2.4. That contractor is obliged to provide correct and complete information in the surveys and analyses of the situation of the company, and with regard to the formulation of the questions asked of contractor. Data delivered by third parties or by the principal will only be checked for plausibility. Conclusions and recommendations, which are derived from the investigations, are provided on the basis of best know-how, and under observation of recognized rules of the profession and practice. 

2.5. Unless agreed to the contrary, the contractor has the right to use expert subcontractors for the fulfillment of the assignment. The contractor must use properly educated employees that dispose over the necessary professional know-how, for continuously supporting and monitoring the execution of the assignment. Incidentally, the contractor has the right to deploy or replace employees at his own discretion.

§ 3 Performance modifications 

3.1. The contractor is obliged to take requests for modifications by the principal into account, insofar as this can be expected within the framework of his operational capacities, and especially with regard to the expense and time planning. 

3.2. Insofar as an examination of the modification possibilities, or the implementation of requested changes, has an effect on the contract conditions, and especially on the expenses or the time schedule of the contractor, then the parties will agree to an appropriate modification of the contract conditions, and especially to an increase of the compensation and a rescheduling of deadlines. Insofar as no contrary agreements have been made, the contractor will continue to carry out his works in such a case, without taking the requested modifications into account until such time as the contract is modified. 

3.3. If an extended examination of additional costs is required, then the contractor can request a separate order in this regard. 

3.4. To be effective, modifications and supplements to the contract must be made in a written form. Protocols about such discussions will be sufficient, insofar as these have been signed by the empowered representatives of both sides.

§ 4 Obligation to confidentiality/Privacy protection 

4.1. The contractor must maintain full confidentiality at all times about all information, business or operational secrets of the principal that have been described as confidential, and which come to his attention in connection with the assignment. The transfer of all information to third parties that are concerned with the implementation of the order, is permitted without the express approval of the principal. 

4.2. The contractor will see to it that all persons, deployed by him for the implementation of the order, will be committed to the observation of this confidentiality obligation. 

4.3. Within the objectives of the order, the contractor has the right to process personal data that has been entrusted to him, under observation of the applicable privacy provisions, or to let such data be processed by third parties.

§ 5 Obligation of the principal to co-operate

5.1. The principal has the obligation to support the contractor to the best of his ability, and to create those preconditions within his operational surroundings that are necessary for a proper implementation of the assignment; this particularly concerns all important documents, which are necessary for carrying out the assignment, which must be made available in a timely manner. 

5.2. On request by the contractor, the principal must confirm the correctness and completeness of the documents provided by him in writing, also including information and oral declarations. 

§ 6 Compensation / terms of payment / payment offsets 

6.1. The compensation for the services of the contractor is calculated as a matter of principle on the basis of the time required for the assignment (hourly/daily fee). A fee that is based on the degree of success, or that is only payable in case of success, is always excluded for pure consultancy assignments. Activities by the contractor in the area of mergers & acquisitions transactions are an exception (see item 6.6.). Besides his fees, the contractor has a right to the compensation of corresponding outlays, such as especially traveling costs and expenses that are due to the assignment. 

6.2. If long-term contracts are settled on the basis of provided effort and services, then the most recent agreement applies. Supplements must be signed by both parties to the contract, whereby a copy is provided to each of the parties. 

6.3. All invoices are due for payment at the latest when the invoice is presented, and such invoices are payable immediately and without deduction. Legally applicable value added tax must be added to all indicated prices and will be separately documented on invoices. 

6.4. Multiple ordering parties (natural persons and/or legal entities) are jointly and severally liable. 

6.5. An offset against claims of the contractor for payment and compensation of outlays is only permissible against undisputed and legally binding claims.

6.6. For successfully concluded mergers & acquisitions transactions, a success-related fee of 5% is agreed. This success-related fee is immediately due for payment after closure of the transaction. The success-related fee for Europlaw transactions is understood as a selling commission. Previously paid consultancy fees on a transaction are not nettable. 

§ 7 Remediation of deficiencies 

7.1. Insofar as performances are open to improvement, the contractor will remediate those deficiencies that are his responsibility, if this is possible at a reasonable expense. The principal must provide immediate and written notification of eventual deficiencies, however at the latest one month after the provision of the corresponding service. 

7.2. If a remediation is not successful, then the principal can demand a reduction of the compensation or a cancellation of the contract. If the assignment was made by an entrepreneur, a public sector legal entity or a public sector special fund, then the principal can only demand a cancellation of the contract if, due to a failure of remediation, the provided performance is of no interest. §8 applies for any claims for damages in excess of this.

§8 Liability 

8.1. Regardless of the applicable legal reasons, the contractor is liable to the principal for those premeditated or grossly negligent damages, which are caused by him, his organisation or his leading employees. The present warranty excludes damages to life or health. Negligence and violation of obligations by the contractor are equivalent to those of legal representatives or agents of vicarious liability. 

8.2. Liability for minor negligence is only applicable in cases of a violation of important contractual obligations. In this case, and in cases of premeditation and negligence by such agents of vicarious liability, whereby the latter are not employees, the contractor will only be liable for typical damages that are foreseeable, when taking into account all important and recognisable circumstances. Damages are in all instances limited to a maximum of US$ 5,000 for each individual case. An individual instance of damages is defined as the sum of the claims of all those entitled to a compensation, which are the result of a single and integrated performance provided during a sequential period of time. The contractor is not obliged to provide a higher liability warranty to the principal, if a substantially higher risk of damages is foreseeable. The contractor is not liable for an inappropriate use or implementation by the principal of those recommendations, which were provided within the framework of the services or in the work documentation by the contractor. 

8.3. Claims for damages on the part of the principal against the contractor are statute-barred as of 1 year after an entitlement for compensation occurred, or after cognizance was taken of such a claim.

§ 9 Protection of intellectual property rights 

9.1. The principal warrants that the reports, organisational plans, designs, drawings, lists or calculations that are produced by the contractor within the framework of the assignment, will only be used for the contractually agreed objectives, and that these will not be copied, processed, translated, reprinted, distributed or published without the express permission of the contractor, also in individual cases. An utilisation of the consultancy services provided by the contractor, by the companies affiliated with the principal, must be subject of an express and written agreement. 

9.2. To the extent that working results may be protected by copyright, such a copyright is the property of the contractor. In such cases, the principal is granted the irrevocable, exclusive and non-transferable right of utilisation of the working result, as delimited in Paragraph 1, sentence 1, and without limitation as to time or place. 

§ 10 Loyalty obligation 

10.1. The parties are committed to mutual loyalty. They will immediately inform each other concerning all circumstances, which occur during the course of the project implementation and that can have an impact on the work. 

10.2. In particular, and during a period of not less than 12 months after the termination of the co-operation, the principal must refrain from hiring or otherwise employing staff members or ex-employees of the contractor, who are or were engaged in the execution of the assignment. 

10.3. The principal commits himself to informing the contractor immediately, of any intention to give notice or intention to change one's position, which is expressed by any of the staff utilised by the contractor.

§ 11 Force majeure 

Events of force majeure, which make the provision of services substantially more difficult or even impossible at times, give the contractor the right to postpone the fulfillment of his obligations for the duration of the hindrance, plus a reasonable restart time. Force majeure includes such events as strikes, sickness and similar circumstances, insofar as they are not foreseeable by, severe for nor the responsibility of the contractor. The parties will immediately inform each other of the occurrence of such circumstances. 

§ 12 Notification of termination 

12.1. If no agreements have been made to the contrary, then a long-term assignment can be cancelled with a period of notification of 14 days to the end of the quarter. This does not prejudice the right to an extraordinary cancellation. 

12.2. To be effective, a notification of cancellation must be provided in a written form. 

§ 13 Right of retention/Archiving of documents 

13.1. Until such times as his invoices have been completely settled, the contractor maintains the right of retention to all documents that have been provided to him. Such a retention is contrary to the loyalty obligation, if such a retention would cause disproportional high damages, which are not to be justified under consideration of the interests of both parties. 

13.2. After settlement of his claims due to the contract, the contractor must return all documents that have been provided to him by the principal or third parties for the purpose of the execution of the assignment. This provision does not apply to the correspondence between the parties and to simple copies of reports, organisation plans, drawings, lists, calculations etc., insofar as the originals have been returned to the principal. 

13.3. For documents that have been retained under the provisions of § 13.1, the obligation for storage of documents by the contractor lapses six months after a written notification for picking up these documents has been provided, or otherwise after three years, and five years after the termination of the contractual relationship. 

§ 14 Seminars & Workshops 

14.1. Europlaw offers both open and closed seminars. Open seminars are conducted at various locations, and they can be booked by participants from different companies, including private persons. For closed seminars, only those participants of a company or an institution will be given access, who have been appointed by the principal. 

14.2. The contractor reserves the right to modify the locations and dates of seminars, if this should prove necessary. In the event that the location and time of a seminar is changed, then the seminar fees paid by the principal will be repaid, if the seminar cannot be attended on the new dates. Other claims cannot be made by the principal, in the event of a change of a seminar date and location. 

14.3. The seminar fees documented in the corresponding price list are payable when a seminar is booked. A fee of 25% of the seminar price will be charged, if a booking for a seminar is cancelled at least four weeks in advance of a seminar date. Seminar fees are not repayable after this deadline. 

14.4. The names of lecturers documented in the corresponding seminar descriptions are not binding. The contractor reserves the right to change the lecturers at any time and at his own discretion. 

§ 15 Miscellaneous 

15.1. Rights that are a consequence of the contract with the contractor may only be transferred after advance and written agreement. 

15.2. All claims and entitlements, which are a consequence of his contract, are exclusively subject to the laws of the United Kingdom. 

15.3. Changes and supplements of these conditions, or of the contract, must be made in writing and, to be effective, must be expressly agreed to and signed by both parties. 

15.4. For all disputes that are a consequence of this contract, the court of venue is agreed to be at the registered headquarters of the contractor, if the order was placed by an entrepreneur, a legal entity subject to public law or a public sector special fund.

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