Web session: Impacts of the Tourism Act amendment of 1 July 2018 New options or new restrictions?


Conditions for the facilitating and sale of travel services or combinations of such services have significantly changed from 1 July. Combinations of services previously defined as a “package” does not need to be necessarily covered by this definition anymore, whereas even the sole “ facilitating of travel services” may now lead to the creation of the “package”. New obligations that need to be incorporated into the agreements with business partners and customers, have been imposed to retailers, organizers and providers of the travel services. Klára Dvořáková, lawyer of the Holubová advokáti law office and leading Czech expert in the field of travel law, will present you the negative and positive points of such changes for business practice.



Date: 25 September 2018

Lecturer: JUDr. Klára Dvořáková

Where: Online live stream

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The session will be carried out in Czech language.


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