We as consumers enter into a lot of contracts. Most of them are connected with small, daily tasks, e.g. buying food, medicines or electronic equipment. But some are much more important, for example, agreements for the provision of telecommunication or tourist services, bank account, credit or real estate development agreements.
In most cases, prior to signing a contract, entrepreneurs give us standard contracts, often with some additional regulations, which are virtually non-negotiable. Trusting the entrepreneurs, we assume that the documents we are given to sign comply with the law. Unfortunately, it happens quite often that the imposed terms are not only detrimental to us but also violate the applicable laws.