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The permit for temporary provision of craft activities

A provider who wants to temporarily pursue craft activity in the Republic of Slovenia must obtain a permit for temporary provision of craft activities prior to the first day of performing temporary services.

In order to be issued a permit, the provider must be established and must meet the conditions for pursuing craft activities in one of the Member State of the EU, EEA and the Swiss Confederation and must meet the conditions regarding appropriate vocational qualifications.

Within five working days of the receipt of the application, the competent authority verifies the application and issues a permit or sends a certificate on the receipt of request.

The permit for temporary provision of craft activities is issued for a period of one year. After the service of the decision, the provider is entered in the Craft Register ex officio.

Before the expiry of the permit for temporary provision of craft activities or at the latest within three months after the expiry, the provider may submit an application for further temporary provision of craft activities. Further provision of craft activities is registered in the Craft Register. The provider is issued ex officio a certificate of pursuit of craft activity for the period of one year.

Conditions

These terms apply to the profession Lawyer

  • The Slovenian Bar Association insures a lawyer against liability for damages which could be incurred by a client during the practice of the profession of lawyer.

    The insurance covers damages due to gross negligence, error or failure to perform professional obligation on the part of a lawyer and his or her employees in the amount of:

    • EUR 250,000 for an individual case, or
    • EUR 500,000 annually.
    The insurance premium is paid from the lawyer's insurance contribution.
  • The applicant must be a citizen of the Republic of Slovenia or any other EU Member State.

    A lawyer who is from a country which is not an EU Member State and has the right to pursue the profession of lawyer in a country which is not an EU Member State may pursue the profession of lawyer only if the applicant meets the condition of reciprocity and the following conditions:

    • a lawyer from another country is entered in the register of foreign lawyers who may pursue the profession of lawyer in the Republic of Slovenia under the professional title of lawyer; with all the rights and obligations pertaining to the pursuit of the profession of lawyer if he or she meets the following conditions:
      • he or she is legally competent,
      • has an active knowledge of the Slovenian language,
      • has the equipment and premises required for the pursuit of the profession of lawyer, and
      • has passed the examination on the knowledge of the legal system of the Republic of Slovenia.

    Evidence

    The applicant shall submit a photocopy of a valid personal identity document which proves his/her nationality, or a certificate of nationality issued pursuant to the regulations of the Member State of origin.

Last modified:
8. 9. 2021