Violation of the loan obligation. The terms of the loan commitment should be reviewed and the ordinary law of the contracts should be applied to the obligation and its termination. There is no specific provision for a lender to terminate a credit contract and refuse to provide funds. However, Serbian banks regularly include in their credit or credit contracts a unilateral right to terminate the loan or loan. Legal experts believe that this practice could be called into question, at least in a situation where the termination of the loan or credit is not justified for objective reasons. The general rule of contract law states that a party cannot unilaterally withdraw from a binding contract. However, there is no public judicial process in this regard. Regulatory distinction between credit and credit. Serbian law distinguishes between the credit contract (ugovor o kreditu) and the loan contract (ugovor o zajmu). A loan is a bank transaction. Only a bank licensed by the National Bank of Serbia can provide a loan. A loan is a civil transaction.
Any individual or corporation can provide a loan without a licence being required. However, loans can only be granted on an ad hoc basis and not as the main business of the business. It`s a stamp duty. No stamp duty, documentary tax or notarized duty shall be paid during the execution of the credit contract or a loan contract or guarantee (except for the administrative costs of the court to be paid in the execution procedure). All cross-border loan and credit contracts and their guarantees must be registered with the National Bank of Serbia as a precondition for dismantling. There are some foreign exchange restrictions. This includes a minimum repayment period of 12 months plus one day after a loan or loan from a Serbian resident by a foreign lender. Loans and loans from foreign lenders. Foreign lenders may grant a loan or credit to a Serbian legal entity, but not to a natural person. There are no restrictions on this activity if the loan or loan is granted outside Serbia.
A foreign lender wishing to carry out credit transactions within Serbia must set up a local subsidiary and obtain a licence from the National Bank of Serbia. Agreement. All cross-border loans and guarantees must be registered with the National Bank of Serbia as a precondition for dismantling. The minimum repayment period for a loan or loan received by a Serbian resident from a foreign lender is 12 months plus one day after use. No foreign lender can grant credit or credit to a Serbian natural person in Serbia. For payments made as part of a guarantee. A bond can pay a foreign beneficiary as part of a guarantee without triggering a deduction or similar tax.