Deloitte Legal Handbook for Real Estate Transactions

The third edition of Deloitte Legal’s “Handbook for Real Estate Transactions” provides an overview of the legal framework for real estate transactions related to various asset classes in 29 countries.

The last three years have seen unprecedented changes. Commercial companies have rethought their view of office space due to the hybrid model of working, and during lockdowns there has been an increased demand for residential properties with outdoor space. In addition, the energy crisis, supply chain issues and the conflict in Ukraine have created new variables that investors, end-users and developers must now consider.

In such a challenging economic environment and with continued uncertainty, investor demands are changing and it is not possible to monitor only the domestic market. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are a good example. It is with these factors in mind that we have updated the Deloitte Legal Guide for Real Estate Transactions. Its third edition provides an overview of the main laws and regulations for transactions involving different asset classes in 29 countries.

Each chapter has been written by a Deloitte legal professional with extensive knowledge of the real estate industry in terms of the legal, commercial and administrative environment of the country.  The author of the Czech chapter is Olga Kaizar, Partner and Head of the Real Estate team. Some sections also include commentary from a local organisation or Deloitte real estate executive.

Deloitte Legal offers comprehensive solutions to client challenges based on experience and insights from a variety of business disciplines, industries and global perspectives. We combine legal advice with strategy to deliver innovative solutions, create value for you and your business, and use technology to transform the way legal services are delivered and used. Our real estate law experts serve as legal counsel to a variety of real estate companies and REITs, investment funds, engineering and development companies, tenants, occupiers and others.

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