Our team successfully represented the client – a public non-profit deposit system administration institution Užstato Sistemos Administratorius – in a contractual litigation in the Court of the first instance.
The claimant challenged the contractual clause on payment terms of the public contract. The claimant stated that the challenged term violates its interest and, as our client is the sole provider of the services acquired by the claimant, it had no other option than to accept the term in question.
Our team proved to the Court that the terms of the contract did not violate imperative legal rules, were not imposed unilaterally, the claimant had not suffered any economic pressure or threats as it joined the contract of its own free will.
The Court of the first instance supported our position and dismissed that claimant’s arguments.