Property construction, design, investment, development, purchase/sale and management involves a large number of legal procedures. You may have to deal with public law regulations, for example, related to spatial planning, the environment and state support. Civil law regulations can also play an important role in, among other things, drafting leases, construction agreements, agreements with contractors and property development schemes, and in connection with project financing and intellectual property rights on, for example, construction drawings.
Within the property sector, we have combined our legal expertise and experience from various disciplines. We can therefore give you advice about the widely ranging legal matters involved, for example, commercial leases, property management, construction and purchase/sale, spatial planning, public-private partnerships and environmental issues.
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Our clients include commissioning authorities, contractors, investors, developers and architects. We have an affinity with the construction sector and experience in the different forms of construction organisation. As a result, we are able to represent various interests efficiently, practically and effectively. Together with you, we determine the right approach and investigate the feasibility of different solutions. Should litigation be required, we can assist you in arbitration and/or civil-law proceedings.
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Do you have to arrange the award of a contract? This can, for example, be the case if you are a government body responsible for constructing a tunnel, or if you are one of the potential contractors for supplying a new software system for the government. The way in which tenders are awarded is subject to a large number of regulations and receives a great deal of media attention. Our procurement law specialists can provide you with excellent advice and assistance in each phase of a tendering procedure.
A tender also frequently raises questions, such as:
• Does a contract have to be put out to tender (within the EU)?
• When are you obliged to put a contract out to tender?
• What is the most suitable tendering procedure for placing the contract on the market?
• How long in advance does a call for tenders have to be made, and what deadlines apply?
During the tendering procedure, the contracting authorities (including government bodies) and bidders need to find answers to questions, such as:
• Does a bid satisfy the set minimum requirements?
• Have the suitability requirements been met?
• Under what circumstances may a tender be supplemented?
• Are you permitted to have insight into other bidders’ tenders?
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