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Is the Land Lease Agreement Fit for Purpose? A Case Study from the Czech Republic

Radim Kříž

The paper deals with a practical issue, namely the lease contracts concluded by a church congregation as a lessor with its lessees. This research examines the application of the legal rules governing the lease contract to specific legal relations concerning real estate owned by the congregation and the appropriateness of this legal regulation. The paper explores how the legal practice takes advantage of the default provisions to adapt the legal relationships to the specific needs of the lessor and the lessee. The author concludes that the possibility of systematic research gives an overview of the usual needs of the lessor and the lessee in relation to the content of their mutual legal relations.

Radim Kříž is Assistant Professor at the Prague University of Economics and Business. For correspondence:


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