The Civil Code states that a security is a document to which a right is attached in such a way that it cannot be exercised or transferred after the issuance of the security without the document. However, we suspect that this definition will not help you much in practice, but an ordinary paper having the requirements of a security may put wrinkles on your forehead. But if you know the rules of the game, a security can be a useful tool. Whether your problem involves promissory notes, stocks or bonds, get advice from experienced attorneys.
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- comprehensive legal services related to securities and management thereof
- issuing securities (shares, bonds, bills and notes, cheques)
- comprehensive legal services related to the contractual agenda in respect of securities (transfer and procurement contracts, escrow and trust contracts)
- comprehensive legal services related to pledge of securities