• How to solve the private interests of the parties when building a house on a common path in Vietnam?
  • The common path is a small piece of land, but it can affect many people living around. Many households have conflicts with each other because of only one path, affecting the neighbourly relationship. Some families even build structures, build fences around to prevent others from passing through that part of the land. So what happens when the interests related to the common passage are violated? Especially when there is a house built on the common path, how will it be solved?
    - 11 months ago
  • Are Vietnamese employees susceptible to dismissal due to changes in the Company's structure?
  • Most of us usually know that an employee will only be dismissed by the employer in a few common cases such as: Employees regularly do not complete the work according to the labor contract; Employees voluntarily quit their jobs for 5 cumulative days in a month or 20 cumulative days in a year without a valid reason... But they almost forget that the employer can terminate the employee due to structural change ( a reason not due to the fault of the employee).

    So losing a job because of the reason of restructuring but the employee has no evidence to protect his/her interests, is this too easy for the enterprise to want to terminate the contract with the employee?
    - 9 months ago
  • Consequences of lending money without paperwork and some outstanding notes in Vietnam
  • Borrowing money between acquaintances is a common transaction in life. Because of the acquaintance, these transactions are often undocumented showing the borrowing between two people; largely based on mutual trust. Taking advantage of this, many subjects were inactive, evaded debt repayment obligations or had a dispute with the debt amount.
    - 11 months ago
  • Divorce settlement process when one party loses civil act capacity in Vietnam
  • Divorce is a personal right of each person and cannot be transferred to another person. However, in reality, there is still a case where a party, having lost its civil act capacity, cannot exercise this right on its own. A person who has lost his/her civil act capacity cannot perceive and control his/her behavior, so he/she cannot request a divorce. So, in this case, how will the divorce issue be resolved?
    - 11 months ago
  • Is it possible to get back the money, gold given in the wedding when divorced in Vietnam?
  • In modern society, when people's thoughts are no longer conservative, divorce has become common. When the love is still warm, because in order to have a perfect wedding ceremony, the groom's family will not regret giving the bride's family the money to organize the wedding as required, to pay for the costs of photography, makeup, etc. So, when divorce, the groom's family can claim this money back or not?
    - 11 months ago
  • Prostitution of minors and legal consequences in Vietnam
  • Prostitution is a social problem that exists in many countries including Vietnam. Besides, spending money to have sex with minors is one of the phenomena contrary to the traditional and moral views of the Vietnamese people. This phenomenon has been eroding the nation's morality, customs and traditions, adversely affecting cultural life and public order. Before the above problem, what are the legal consequences of buying sex with a minor?
    - 11 months ago
  • Should juveniles who intentionally cause injury be criminally responsible in Vietnam?
  • A juvenile is a person who is not fully developed both physically and mentally. They often do not control their thoughts and behaviors, so they will act immaturely. Just a glance can lead to a fight, just because a small action has serious consequences that lead to themselves getting caught by the law of Vietnam. But, because they are minors, the law is also more lenient with them.
    - 11 months ago
  • The way to determine the amount used for gambling in Vietnam
  • Many people consider gambling for money as one of the forms of entertainment because they think that the amount of money is small, so it will not be a violation. However, gambling for money is one of the acts that are strictly handled according to the provisions of the law. There are many questions related to this issue such as when playing cards from how much should be criminally responsible? Is the amount of money to determine the crime of gambling under the Criminal Code is the money collected on the gambling screen or is it also included in the money collected in the person of the gamblers?
    - 11 months ago
  • How will the consumption of stolen property be handled in Vietnam?
  • In today's society, most people are dominated by money. For the money, they can defy right and wrong even knowing that the behavior is against the law. And the purchase, sale and consumption of property committed by other people is no exception. So, how will the act of consuming property due to theft be handled?
    - 11 months ago
  • Consequences of buying a home without a mortgage check and how to avoid it in Vietnam
  • Putting down a deposit to buy a house without thoroughly researching the house can cause you to lose money without buying a home. Although the house and land have been mortgaged at the bank, the owner still sells it without telling the buyer, which hides many legal risks for the buyer when making the transaction. What can happen if I put down a deposit to buy a home without checking the status of a mortgage?
    - 11 months ago
  • Cases of parents with restricted visitation rights in Vietnam
  • Everyone wants to have a happy family, complete with both parents. Therefore, in any divorce, perhaps the children will be the most disadvantaged.

    In fact, many cases after divorce, children are assigned to one party to take care of, while the other party has the right to visit the children. But relying on that visitation to hinder the child rearing and education of the person directly raising the child and adversely affect the child. Therefore, when the person who does not directly raise the child has acts that adversely affect the child, is it allowed to ask the Court to limit his or her right to visit the child?
    - 9 months ago
  • Buying and selling directly, lending by handwritten paper - is debt collection difficult in Vietnam?
  • Currently, lending large amounts of money to relatives and acquaintances without a contract but only verbally or through handwritten loans is a common problem in a gratitude society like ours. However, when borrowing is easy, the due date is ambiguous, crooked and not paid. Therefore, only verbal and handwritten agreements in property loan transactions are sufficient grounds to ask the Court to intervene.
    - 11 months ago
  • How to deal with obstructions to power transmission lines in Vietnam?
  • As people's lives are increasingly modernized, electricity has become an essential energy source in people's daily life. To meet that demand, more power generation stations and transmission lines will be installed. At that time, a dispute arises between the electricity user and the person whose land the power line pulls through. How will the obstruction of power transmission lines affect the safety of the high-voltage grid corridor?
    - 11 months ago
  • How to settle the deposit to buy land under the planning in Vietnam?
  • Buying and selling land is considered one of the most profitable investment methods, but it also comes with many risks. One of them is the purchase or deposit to buy the land under the planning. So how are the cases of deposit to buy land under the planning?
    - 9 months ago
  • How to get a divorce when one party intentionally hides the address in Vietnam?
  • “Marriage is the grave of love” - Although this is just a joke, it is not wrong when broken marriages are increasing more and more. When the love is over, the marriage purpose is not achieved, they can leave, ending their relationship with a divorce judgment. However, there are also people who do not want to end or for some reason deliberately hide their address to avoid divorce. So in case one party doesn't know the other party's address upon divorce, is it possible to get a divorce?
    - 11 months ago
  • How will you deal with arbitrarily digging graves and picking up the remains in Vietnam?
  • Graves are places to bury the body and remains of individuals, which is considered one of the cultural features of the Eastern people, expressing the beliefs and spirituality of the Vietnamese people. Therefore, the law also has provisions to protect the graves of individuals, as well as sanctions for those who intentionally infringe upon the graves. So how will the act of arbitrarily relocating the graves and picking up the remains will be handled?
    - 9 months ago

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