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Real Estate

Czech Republic

Our Prague Real Estate and Construction team consists of highly experienced specialists with an in-depth knowledge of the local business environment and of the current market developments. Lukáš Hejduk heads the real estate team of nine lawyers that have achieved a strong reputation among both foreign investors and Czech sector players.

We offer the benefit of long-standing experience in the real estate market, having advised on some of the biggest logistics, office and retail transactions in Central and South Eastern Europe to date.

In an increasingly active property market, we can advise you on complex cross-border property portfolio sales and acquisitions across the region and we can provide industry-specific advice such as leasing agenda, construction and development projects and construction litigation. Whether you are in the logistics, retail, office, residential, hotels, infrastructure, renewable energy or student accommodation sectors, we have the specialists to help.

These lawyers are incredibly approachable and willing to help. They take the time to go through the process with you, making you feel that you are in good hands.
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Through decades of experience of doing deals across Europe, our multi-jurisdictional teams adhere to the same templates, processes and standards, including project management. This means we can deploy specialist teams to advise you immediately, irrespective of where the real estate assets are. If you are launching or operating a real estate fund or setting up a real estate related joint venture, our funds and corporate experts can give you country-specific support. This approach allows us to guide your tax, planning, debt financing, construction and management issues in addition to your traditional real estate portfolio and property management work.

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Iain Batty
22 August 2017
Green­field In­vest­ments in CEE 2017
14/05/2018
En­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings: the fi­nal cut (for now)
In March 2018 we men­tioned the boost­ing of the con­struc­tion, tech­no­logy and elec­tric vehicle char­ging sec­tors by a pro­posed re­boot­ing of en­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings le­gis­la­tion. Today, the Coun­cil of the European Uni­on an­nounced agree­ment on the fi­nal ver­sion.
14/05/2018
En­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings and Brexit: the fi­nal cut (for now)
In March 2018 we men­tioned the boost­ing of the con­struc­tion, tech­no­logy and elec­tric vehicle char­ging sec­tors by a pro­posed re­boot­ing of en­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings le­gis­la­tion. Today, the Coun­cil of the European Uni­on an­nounced agree­ment on the fi­nal ver­sion.
12/03/2018
The next re­boot for en­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings
The con­struc­tion, tech­no­logy and elec­tric vehicle char­ging sec­tors are to be boos­ted by a re­boot­ing of en­ergy per­form­ance of build­ings le­gis­la­tion. Pro­vi­sions are also in­cluded to seek to un­lock fin­ance for en­ergy ef­fi­cient renov­a­tion of ex­ist­ing build­ing stock.
25/04/2017
CMS launches CEE Real Es­tate In­vest­ment Com­pass 2017
2016’s re­cord-break­ing EUR 12. 2bn in­vest­ment in the real es­tate sec­tor in the CEE re­gion is likely to be sur­passed in 2017 – this is ac­cord­ing to the CEE Real Es­tate In­vest­ment Com­pass 2017 pub­lished by CMS in co­oper­a­tion with Col­li­ers In­ter­na­tion­al.
22/11/2016
Dis­pute res­ol­u­tion in the con­struc­tion in­dustry: a new pro­ced­ure has...
Dis­putes of­ten arise dur­ing con­struc­tion pro­jects. In these cases the cli­ent and the con­struct­or face a unique chal­lenge: how to settle the dis­pute without delay­ing the pro­ject and without adding ex­tra costs? For such dis­putes the Ar­bit­ra­tion Board for the.
28/10/2016
European Com­mis­sion pub­lishes Cor­por­ate Tax Re­form Pack­age, re­launch­ing...
As part of a Cor­por­ate Tax Re­form Pack­age, the EC has pub­lished four pro­pos­als for Coun­cil Dir­ect­ives. 1. Pro­pos­als to re­launch the Com­mon Con­sol­id­ated Cor­por­ate Tax Base First, the European Com­mis­sion (“EC”) has an­nounced that it is re­launch­ing its pro­pos­al.