Real estate, planning and construction
Our law office has long-term experience advising clients in fields of planning, construction and finance.
We have consulted clients from public and private sectors in transactions of real estate and advised them in preparation of contracts, also in relations of renting or using real estate. The lawyers of our office are well acquainted with complicated national and cross-border legislations of the real estate sector, including competition, tax and business laws related to the field.
Law firm has consulted property developers and real estate investors, as well as tenants and landlords. The lawyers of our office have won several significant and precedent-creating disputes concerning real estate structure.
We are able to sense the expectations of our clients in the real estate sector.
Living together, but not married: looming legal conflicts in case of a split
What happens to the estate if a couple splits up that isn’t married? A recent court case sheds some light on a potentially complicated legal issue.
Your own land, and how to get to it
Not every plot comes with its own access to a public road. In many cases, access is only possible by crossing—and thus using—someone else’s property. Where the agreement in place is clear and simple, this isn’t an issue. But where it isn’t, things might become difficult very quickly.
Legal 500 finds Glikman Alvin LEVIN top-tier law firm, legal advisor
According to the latest Legal 500 update for Estonia, Glikman Alvin LEVIN stands out in four practice areas: Corporate, Commercial and M&A, Dispute Resolution and Tax, where the firm is recognised as a top-tier legal advisor.
E-journal: the real estate related practice of the Supreme Court (May-June 2015)
This GLIKMAN ALVIN’s e-journal of real estate and court practice introduces
the following decisions of the Supreme Court from the period of May – June 2015
related to real estate.