Real Estate Law
Real estate law is a branch of law that governs legal issues relating to real estate. It therefore intervenes when real estate is in question, whether it is its sale, rental, and more generally any legal act, disposal or administration.
In real estate law, our lawyers intervene on behalf of national or international investors, owners, tenants, contractors, architects, real estate agents, public authorities and other players in the real estate sector in the following non-exhaustive areas:
- The acquisition of real estate;
- Questions specific to real estate promotions drawn from the application of the Breyne law (Loi Breyne);
- The negotiation and drafting of commercial leases, office leases, main residence leases, precarious occupancy agreements or even operating concession agreements;
- Drafting of construction agreements and public-private partnership contributions;
- Issues of co-ownership law;
- The rules governing the regulated activities of real estate agents, architects, promoters and property dealers; in particular with regard to their liability;
- Management of disputes specific to real estate law before state or arbitral tribunals.