Privacy Policy

Your privacy is very important to us and keeping it is a firm commitment on our part.

Therefore, we take the greatest care to process your personal data in accordance with the principles set out in the data protection legislation applicable in Romania, including Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of this data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (“GDPR”). Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, and an identifiable person is that person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more physically specific factors, psychological, mental of it, economic, cultural or social identity.

This privacy policy relates to the personal data of our customers, business partners, other persons who contact and visit us and their representatives, prospective employees, interns, associates and applies to data collected through our website, www as well as to all other personal data we collect via e-mail or other offline contacts. The privacy policy describes:

  • the categories of personal data we collect from you and process
  • the purposes for which we collect and use your personal data
  • the reasons for processing for such purposes
  • the duration of the processing of these data
  • your rights as data subjects and how you can exercise them
  • to whom we may disclose your personal data.

Purpose, reasons for processing and categories of personal data

In the context of your interaction with LEGALITY, you may be subject to the data processing activities that we carry out. Thus, we use your personal data in the following cases:

  • a) if you are a customer or potential customer
  • b) if you are a representative of a client or potential client of LEGALITY
  • c) if you are an employee or other collaborator of a client of LEGALITY
  • d) if you are a business partner of LEGALITY
  • e) if you are a user of our website

Purposes, processing grounds and categories of personal data

In the context of your interaction with LEGALITY, you, as a natural person, may be subject to the data processing activities that we carry out. Thus, your personal data will be used if you are a client or potential client of LEGALITY, according to the area of services covered by LEGALITY.

We use your relevant personal data for the purpose of preparing and providing the requested services.

For example, we may need to use your personal data relevant to your case for the purpose of preparing the necessary materials in court and arbitration proceedings.

In this case, the basis for processing personal data is the execution of our contract.

Communication with you

We use your contact details for the purpose of communicating with you regarding any relevant aspects regarding the targeted field of activity.

Also, in this case, the basis for processing personal data is represented by the execution of our contract.

Processing personal data as a legal obligation

We may process certain personal data in the context of providing services, based on legal obligations or obligations imposed on LEGALITY staff by special laws.

The categories of data processed in the context of our interaction with you are your name, email address, telephone number, fax number, address, as well as other personal data that you may communicate directly to us, such as as they are necessary in order to achieve the goals.

In this case, the basis for processing is represented by the legal obligation.

Sending informative notes in the fields of interest for you.

We may also use your contact details for the purpose of sending you, in electronic format, our specialized information notes on changes in legislation, jurisprudence and authority practice, but only if you have subscribed, and therefore , you have expressly consented to this processing.

The categories of data processed in the context of our interaction with you are your name, email address, telephone number, fax number, address, as well as other personal data that you may communicate to us directly.

In this case, the basis for processing is your express consent.

You can withdraw your consent at any time by expressing your option not to receive future newsletters by clicking on the “Unsubscribe” link when you receive that email or by writing to us at

Provision of personal data

If personal data must be communicated by you directly, please provide all categories of personal data requested for the above purposes. Otherwise, we will not be able to carry out our activity and provide you with services.

If you provide LEGALITY with personal data of other natural persons, please inform them, before disclosing the data, about how LEGALITY intends to process their data, as set out in this Personal Data Protection Policy.

Disclosure of personal data

Although as a general rule we will not disclose your personal data to third parties, we may:

  • disclose your contact details to our LEGALITY affiliates, contractual partners and LEGALITY service providers (including proxies);
  • we disclose relevant personal data to courts / arbitration commissions or competent authorities, in the context of providing the requested services, if this is in your interest and necessary;
  • we disclose relevant personal data to customers who have provided us with your personal data, in the context of providing the requested services, if this is necessary to fulfill these purposes;

Duration of processing

We intend to retain your personal data for the duration of the legal aid contract, as well as after the termination of the contract, in accordance with our internal policies and our legal obligations.

If the data is not collected in the context of a legal assistance contract, this data will be kept for as long as is necessary to fulfill the purpose of the data processing

This Policy regarding the protection of personal data enters into force as of 03/08/2022 and we reserve the right to update its content.


As a data subject, the GDPR gives you a number of rights, such as:

Right of access

It allows you to obtain a confirmation of whether or not your personal data is being processed by us and, if so, relevant information regarding the data processing activities.

The right to rectification

It allows you to correct your personal data if it is inaccurate.

The right to data deletion

It allows you to obtain the deletion of your personal data in certain cases (for example, if the data is no longer necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected).

Note! We will not be able to comply with the request in all cases, such as situations where the law obliges us to keep the data for a certain period or where the data is useful to us for a legitimate interest such as defending a right in court.

The right to restriction of processing

It allows you to request that we not use your personal data, but only store it until another request from you is resolved, namely:

  • you have requested the rectification of the data;
  • you objected to the deletion of data in the event of illegal processing;
  • you have requested us to provide you with certain data for the defense of a right;
  • you have objected to data processing.

The right to opposition

It allows you to object to the processing of your personal data under the conditions and limits provided by law.

Note! The law obliges us to comply with the request only for processing carried out for direct marketing purposes (for example, if you receive e-mails with our informative notes you can ask us to unsubscribe). In other cases, we will balance our interests and your particular situation to make a final decision. Therefore, please also explain to us why you object to processing when making such a request.

The right to data portability

It allows you to receive your personal data that you have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and computer-readable format or to transmit this data to another data controller.

Note! The law obliges us to process the request only for data previously processed based on your consent or for the performance of the contract concluded with us and only if the data is processed by automatic means.

In order to exercise the rights mentioned above and to obtain more information regarding these rights, please send a written request to our attention, as a data operator, at the address Bulevardul Carol I no. 37, Sector 2, Bucharest 020192, Romania or contact us by e-mail at

You also have the right to file a complaint with the National Authority for the Supervision of the Processing of Personal Data, located at B-dul G-ral. Gheorghe Magheru 28-30, sector 1, Bucharest, 010336, Romania.

We are committed to paying the utmost attention to your requests and answering any questions you may have as soon as possible.

The main management structure of the company in Romania is the general meeting of associates / shareholders. The constitutive act establishes the rules for convening and adopting decisions and whether the exercise of the vote can be delegated by special mandate by the associate / shareholder who cannot take part in the meeting. In the limited liability company, each shareholder entitles the holder to one vote in the respective meeting. The general meeting of associates has the following main obligations: ✓ to approve the annual financial statement and to establish the distribution of the net profit. ✓ to appoint the administrators and the censors, to revoke / dismiss them and to discharge them, as well as to decide to contract the financial audit, when it is not obligatory, according to the law; ✓ to decide the pursuit of the administrators and censors for the damages caused to the company, designating also the person in charge to exercise it; ✓ to modify the constitutive act.
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The limited liability company is the most common form of company in Romania, being the legal entity that best serves the interests of investors both from the point of view of the reliability of the activity, and from the perspective of its management. The limited liability company is abbreviated "SRL" in Romania and is the equivalent of the American limited liability company Limited Liability Company (abbreviated to LLC) or the German economic structure "Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung" (abbreviated to GmbH), or the structure called "limited" , the structure used in most Latin American states.
The limited liability company is characterized by:
✓ the character intuitu personae, which means that this economic structure is based on the trust between the associates;
✓ the division of the share capital into fractions called shares, which cannot be negotiable securities;
✓ the liability of the associates is limited to their contribution to the share capital.
The limited liability company may also have a single partner, natural or legal person, of Romanian or foreign nationality, who will be the owner of all shares. Instead, the maximum number of associates is 50 people.
At present, the Romanian law no longer conditions the subscription and payment of a certain amount as share capital.
Through registration, the company acquires legal personality, becoming, under the law, a collective subject of law. The conclusion given by the judge is sent, ex officio, to the Official Gazette of Romania for publication at the expense of the company and to the Financial Administration in whose territorial area is the main headquarters of the company for fiscal registration, mentioning the registration number in the Trade Register .

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