Legal expertise is the study and theverification of full compliance of documents and/or contracts and of theircompliance in separate parts in accordancewith the current legislation, as well as the goals to achieve.
The objective of conducting legal expertise:
firstly, to make reasons to challenge the agreement, signed by them, impossible; secondly, to avoid unpredictable consequences after signing of the document/agreement; thirdly, to prevent the signing of documents and/or contracts by persons who are not authorized to do so; or by persons who can be recognized by the court as incompetent.
Legal expert conclusion is a written response to a controversial, complex problem as for the rules for the application of laws. In order to give answer, theresearch is carried out in more than two legislative branches; judicial practice and scientific works are studied and generalized.
The answer to the question that requires the preparation of a legal expert conclusion is provided in the form of an expert’s opinion, supported by the judicial practice, references to the legislative norms and thoughts of well-known lawyers.
Legal expert conclusion is used in following cases:
1) before applying to the judicial authorities for the protection of the violated rights;
2)with the purpose to prevent critical mistakes in decision-making;
3)in cases, when it is necessary to know how to act in a specific situation and to be sure that both actions and decisions taken correspond to the requirements of the current legislation.
The result of examination of documents and/or contracts and expert conclusions is presented to the client in writing form, signed and sealedby a specialist.