Mag. Elisabeth Nagel
Study of law at the University of Linz (Mag. iur. 1999).
Attorney at law since February 2005.
Counsel of choice to the Austrian chamber of commerce for commercial agents.
Received repair costs are an advance which is intended to enable the injured party to carry out the repair. If the repair is not actually carried out, the advance must be (partially) repaid. Only the depreciation caused by the damage or defect may be retained by the injured party.More
For an employee to be effectively dismissed, there must not only be a reason for dismissal, it is also very important that the dismissal is pronounced immediately. This also applies in the case of exemption from duty.More
There is often a lack of awareness that the use of a residential property is limited by its valid dedication and the typical effects associated with this dedication.More