Serbian Laws in English

Herein below you may find links to some of the most relevant laws and regulations of the Republic of Serbia for foreign investors:

Please note that while we tried to choose the best available translations, these documents have not been translated by our law firm and hence Doklestic & Partners cannot be liable for any possible mistakes in translations of these documents. Also, these documents are not meant to serve as a legal advice on any specific matter. For that reason, we cannot be held liable for any possible misunderstanding arising out of or in relation to these documents. These documents in English have merely and solely been provided for informative purposes to ease foreigners’ understanding of basic notions of Serbian legal system. They are provided entirely and exclusively on NON-RELIANCE BASIS and must be treated with that in mind.

Also, Doklestic & Partners does not commit to update these legal text, although these laws and regulations may be amended and/or entirely changed from time to time. Hence, these legal text may not be (entirely) up-to-date.

News And Events

Individual Exemption in Serbia: 2017

When it comes to restrictive agreements, Serbia still has a system of individual exemption based on prior notification to the NCA. And since the NCA has recently published a summary of all exemption decisions it adopted during 2017, it may be interesting to look at these in more depth.

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Competition Newsletter: August 2018

The newsletter for August is out! Read about the latest competition law developments in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia (FYROM).

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Serbian NCA ‘Has No Jurisdiction’ over Extraterritorial Vertical Agreements

In a recently published opinion, the Serbian NCA pronounced it had no jurisdiction over an extraterritorial vertical agreement. The extraterritorial vertical was an exclusive distribution agreement between a Serbian supplier and a foreign distributor.

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Montenegro to Introduce Citizenship by Investment

It has been a long time in the making, but the legislative process is soon to be formally completed: Montenegro is to introduce a program which will allow individuals to acquire Montenegrin citizenship by investing in the country.

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Competition Newsletter: July 2018

The newsletter for July is out! Read about the latest competition law developments in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia (FYROM).

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