The State of Emergency has been declared on the whole territory of Georgia

The State of Emergency has been declared on the whole territory of Georgia as a precautionary measure for the prevention of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Resolution of the Government of Georgia determining the specific rules applicable until the State of Emergency is lifted is effective from March 23, 2020.

Under Georgian law, the State of Emergency can be considered as an event that might impact on the rights and obligations of parties under private law contracts. To avoid any misinterpretation and/or triggering legal challenges, we are ready to answer your questions regarding the possible impact of the State of Emergency rules on your legal relationships.  

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