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  1. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-1168 of 11 May 1999 to supplement section 5 of the Act on employment contracts (Text No. 155).

    Adoption: 1999-05-11 | LTU-1999-L-55022

  2. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-1166 of 6 May 1999 to supplement section 41 of the Act on employment contracts (Text No. 154).

    Adoption: 1999-05-06 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1999-05-01 | LTU-1999-L-55021

  3. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-855 of 2 July 1998 to amend and supplement the Act to implement the Act to supplement section 29 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 284).

    Adoption: 1998-07-02 | LTU-1998-L-51315

    Provides that the Act to supplement section 29 of the Act on employment contract applies to several categories of workers (inter alia, those employed in the public service, tax inspection, customs, State control, police, banks).

  4. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-429 of 25 September 1997 to supplement sections 26 and 40 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 107).

    Adoption: 1997-09-25 | LTU-1997-L-50312

    Amends provisions relating to the termination of employment.

  5. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-396 of 1 July 1997 to supplement the Act on employment contract with sections 17-1 and 17-2 and to amend sections 3 and 28-1 (Text No. 106).

    Adoption: 1997-07-01 | LTU-1997-L-50311

    Amends provisions relating to illegal work and termination of the employment contract for reasons unrelated to the worker.

  6. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-99 of 23 January 1997 to implement the Act to supplement section 29 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 74).

    Adoption: 1997-01-23 | LTU-1997-L-47219

    Provides for the application of the Act to several categories of employees (as civil servants, officials of the fiscal inspection, the customs, the State control, the procurator's office, the police, and the Bank of Lithuania).

  7. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. VIII-75 of 16 January 1997 to supplement section 29 of the Act on employment contract of 28 November 1991 (Text No. 72).

    Adoption: 1997-01-16 | LTU-1997-L-47218

    Adds a point 13 concerning the unfitness of the worker for meeting the obligations in accordance with the certification results.

  8. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-1599 of 22 October 1996 to supplement section 15 of the Act on employment contract.(Text No. 591)

    Adoption: 1996-10-22 | LTU-1996-L-45744

    Amends provisions relating to documents that should be presented by an applicant for a job to the employer (military documents, diplomas, medical certificates, birth certificates and school agreements for minors).

  9. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-1549 of 25 September 1996 to supplement section 1 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 565).

    Adoption: 1996-09-25 | LTU-1996-L-45880

    Amends section 1 related to specificities of conclusion, modification and termination of contracts of several categories of workers. Adds "the militaries" to the list.

  10. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-1296 of 18 April 1996 to supplement section 26 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 305).

    Adoption: 1996-04-18 | LTU-1996-L-46505

    Adds a point 21 regarding commercial banks to section 26 which concerns reasons for termination of a labour contract.

  11. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-1285 of 17 April 1996 to amend and supplement sections 5, 12, 15, 17, 18, 24, 26, 29, 30, 32, 41 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 326).

    Adoption: 1996-04-17 | LTU-1996-L-46508

    Amends provisions relating, inter alia, to the definition of the employer, the admittance to a job, the labour contract, the limitation of the relatives' work, the worker's legal situation, and the reasons for termination of labour contract.

  12. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-1190 of 1 February 1996 to supplement section 1 of the Act on employment contract (Text No. 298).

    Adoption: 1996-02-01 | LTU-1996-L-46502

    Adds to section 1 the workers of commercial banks and other credit institutions.

  13. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Ordinance of 24 January 1995 to provide for a Code of discipline for workers on railway transports.

    Adoption: 1995-01-24 | LTU-1995-R-41824

    Provides for means to stimulate workers to work more efficiently and to take initiatives. Defines characteristics of labour contracts and disciplinary responsibility.

  14. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-2076 of 10 December 1991 to amend section 35 of the Act No. I-2048 of 28 November 1991 on employment contract.

    Adoption: 1991-12-10 | LTU-1991-L-35019

    Restrictions on the termination of an employment contract with a pregnant woman or a woman with a child under 3 years of age

  15. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Loi

    Act No. I-2048 on employment contract. - Englsih translation (consolidation of 2002)

    Adoption: 1991-11-28 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1992-01-01 | LTU-1991-L-34754

    Contains some provisions about employees and employers. Lays down a list of contents and composition of contracts of employment (duration, probation period etc). Makes provisions for modification and termination of the contract. Available in English.

  16. Lituanie - Contrats de travail - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Resolution No. I-2050 of 28 November 1991 on the entry into force of the Act No. I-2048 of 28 November 1991 on employment contract.

    Adoption: 1991-11-28 | LTU-1991-R-35017

    Available in English.


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