Detective work is performed in accordance with the provisions of Art. 8. – 27. of the Private Detective Act (No. 24/09), and the Code of Detective Ethics Code.
A private detective may collect information and information about:
- Missing persons or persons who are hiding from the party, persons who have written or sent anonymous letters or to the persons who represent the defamation, insult or account for something from personal, family or business life that may harm someone’s honor or reputation,• persons who have caused damage to foreigners,• cases that have been lost or stolen,
• Evidence that foreigners need to secure or exercise the rights or privileges that they have before a court or other state authorities and to companies or associations,
• performance of persons in the performance of duties,
• Success and / or business of companies, tradesmen and other legal entities,
• facts and circumstances relating to the personal position of citizens and their property status,
• candidates for employment and workers only with their written consent, which according to a special regulation is authorized to collect the employer,
• Criminal offenses prosecuted by private lawsuits and their perpetrators,
• violations of working obligations or work discipline.
In addition to the collection of information and information referred to in Article 9 of this Act, a private detective may:
- plan and implement measures to protect business secrets, information systems, economic and personal data and information, in accordance with a contractual agreement with the party,
- Perform the delivery of written evidence in court, administrative and other proceedings.