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Real estate law 

We have extensive experience in providing legal advice in all types of real estate transactions, both as regards traditional sectors (offices, residential, business parks and shopping centres, hotels, industrial) as well as more singular properties (residences for students and old people, holiday resorts, timeshares). Our multidisciplinary philosophy allows us to offer in-depth experience of the sector in conjunction with the best possible advice in the other legal areas affected by real estate operations (tax, employment, corporate, etc).

Our clients include developers and national and international banks, together with family office and institutional investors. We know how to adapt to the scale of operations, offering the best quality in a competitive environment. We have a proven track record in providing legal due diligence services in operations involving the sale or purchase of real estate portfolios.

At Eversheds Nicea we specialize in advising financial entities and developers during the restructuring and/or refinancing of debt in the real estate sector, combining different needs in a complex environment, so that the solutions chosen have the greatest possible long-term legal certainty, including taking into account insolvency law matters.
  • Sales and purchases: due diligence and negotiation
  • Leases: sale & lease back and active management of leasehold assets.
  • Construction, including professionals in the sector: constructors, architects, project managers, suppliers.
  • Collective real estate investment: Real Estate Investment Funds and Companies, REITs and international structures.
  • Mortgage financing and restructurings in the real estate sector.
  • Planning: drafting and negotiation of the planning and management instruments in conjunction with firms of architects (partial plans, action projects, allocation plans, licences etc.) and specialist legal reports.
  • Public Authorities: coordination and negotiation with all the different public authorities involved in the real estate sector: local and regional government, coastal, water and road authorities, Land Registries, etc.