František Sedláček joined the INVICTA law firm as associate in June 2018.
František graduated Law faculty of Palacký University in Olomouc, which he finished in February 2017. During his studies he worked for the court bailiff and for Česká spořitelna, where he also worked after finishing his studies as a lawyer in the section Loan and collateral documentation for coprorate finance. František began career as an associate in May 2017, when he devoted to general practice. He has experience with civil and commercial law as well as criminal law, including defense and representation before the courts.
His hobbies include sports, especially football, both actively and passively at the television, play station or the stadium. His favorite sports include also cycling or tennis. During long winter evenings, Frantisek likes to watch movies of all of genres and also he likes a good food. He speaks Czech, English and also passively German.
INVICTA law firm provided for the client, a group of designers and architects, a complete implementation of the measures required by the new European Union regulation, the so-called GDPR. Legal services included,
in particular, the overall analysis of the company, preparation of internal regulations, contractual documentation and other accompanying documents.
The INVICTA Law Firm provided the client, a major developer, with comprehensive legal services in acquiring the company which owns land in Krč in Prague. Legal services included due diligence and the preparation of complete contractual documentation, particularly with regard to the fact that the transferred company had a foreign owner.
After almost a year of negotiation, a contract for a future land purchase was concluded between our client and the owner of land in Vysočany in Prague. The contract deals in detail with all possibilities, including possible changes to the zoning plan and obtaining official permits.
In August 2016, INVICTA together with its client, an eminent Czech developer, started negotiations with respect on purchase of development project in the city center of Prague 1. After more than a year and half, we are very pleased to announce that this demanding transaction worth more than EUR 4 million was successfully finished and our client is now the owner of company entitled to build a significant residential project. Legal advice in this matter involved not only drafting of the acquisition documentations but also complex legal services concerning dealing with the competent public authorities and all other parties to administrative proceedings.
The INVICTA team has provided legal advisory to a real estate company regarding the entry of financial investor and creation of joint venture cooperation. Value of the transaction exceeds CZK 1 billion. Undoubtedly a landmark transaction for the client and for our team too.
INVICTA provided legal services to a leading apartment developer regarding acquisition of building land plots with acreage of more than 4,300 m2 in Prague´s Kamýk. Services primarily comprised legal due diligence and review of complex contractual documentation.
In January 2018 we have provided a prominent Czech investor with a broad legal advice on his investment of CZK 50,000,000 to acquisition of commercial real estate by a real estate fund. A revision of wide transactional documentation was done before closing together with drafting a loan agreement and several contracts for securing investor´s receivables.
Within only a few days we have drafted a contractual documentation for refinancing of our client´s financial obligations towards a bank institution with funds provided by a new investor with more favorable loan conditions. We have also drafted more than a dozen of contracts on establishment of sub-pledge.
For the third year in a row, INVICTA law office team successfully represents holders of unsettled restitution claims pursuant to the Land Act. From the total number of 24 law suits, one third is already decided in favour of the restitution claim holders. INVICTA helps to redress the injustice by acquiring substitute land plots and correct appraisal of restitution claims which the State Land Office has refused to accept for years.