During the state of emergency, Belgrade authorities will not charge lease of office space

The city of Belgrade will not charge rent for office / business space it owns during the state of emergency, said deputy mayor Goran Vesic and added: “The city authorities will not collect rent because the economic activity in the service and trade sector has been interrupted, with the exception of retail sales, so the sector has no income.”

“Once the state of emergency is over, tenants will have 30 days to declare how they want to pay the lease for the space for this period,” Vesic said.

Two options will be offered: pay the lease owed during the state of emergency, until 31 December of this year with a 50% discount or pay the full amount of the lease during 2021, in 12 monthly instalments.

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Paying rent for their business / office space during the state of emergency has become the most important issue in the service sector immediately after the country’s economic measures.

(Blic, 05.04.2020)

https://www.blic.rs/biznis/vesti/grad-beograd-nece-naplacivati-poslovni-prostor-dok-traje-vanredno-stanje/zmg2pm0

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