Courts lease space in M3 Business Center

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Various organizational units of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court have leased an area of almost 6,000 square metres in the M3 Business Center as of August. Building ‘A’ of the office complex, on Hungária körút, has been almost fully filled as a result of the agreement concluded with the Court.

As of August 15, 2014, the following units of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court will operate in the same building in the M3 Office Building: the Branch of 1st and 2nd instance of the Civil, Administrative and Labour Division, Court of Registration of the Economic Division, Bankruptcy- and Liquidation and Civil Procedure Group, the Administrative and Labour Court of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court as well as the Office of Executors and the Penalty Execution Group.

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