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Law office
M.Sc. Davorin Cmrečki

Petrinjska 45/IV, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia, EU

tel: +385/1/48 11 935
fax: +385/1/48 11 935

A member of the Croatian Bar Association

Our team

Attorneys at law:
M. sc. Davorin Cmrečki
Trainee lawyes:
mag. iur. Lucija Kunčić
mag. iur. Vasja Mijatović