CONTRACTS IN TOURISM AND EFFICIENT ENFORCEMENT OF THE RESPECTIVE LEGAL RULES
There are several types of contracts for the provision of tourist services in business practice and they are generally different according to the type of tourist services in concreto. What can be said with certainty is that these are all contracts of adhesion, the conditions of which are dictated by one, generally stronger contracting party, while the other can act on "take-it-or- leave-it" principle. In practice, there are very frequent cases of non-compliance with the contractual provisions, precisely by the contracting party which dictated the terms of the contract and did not abide by them. Therefore, the normal functioning of the provision of tourist services and further development of tourism as a very important and promising activity in the Republic of Serbia requires better control and supervision. Therefore, normal functioning of the provision of tourist services, and further development of tourism as a very important and promising activity in the Republic of Serbia requires better control and supervision of the adopted legal rules governing tourism contacts.
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