Real Estate Law
We have wide experience in real estate litigation.
Real estate refers to land, as well as anything permanently attached to the land, such as buildings and other structures. Some people use the term “real property” to refer to land without structures.
Real estate law is closely tied to other areas of law. For example, contract law governs the sale of real estate and requires that such contracts be in writing. States dictate special inheritance laws for real estate. There are specific types of crimes and torts that apply to real estate. Real estate is also subject to special provisions in family law, such as the rights of a spouse in the marital home.
We act in various cases, including:
- Purchase/Sale/ heritage of Immovable Property
- Property Management
- Tax Related Matters
- Lease Agreements
- Construction & Development
- Building Legislation Compliance
- Researches & Investigations in the Land Registry
- Coordination of Agents, Notaries, Civil Engineers
- Landlord and Tenant Disputes
- Construction Disputes
- Building Authority Disputes
- Neighbour Disputes