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Lucie de Crane

Junior Associate

Contact
CMS DeBacker
Chaussée de La Hulpe 178
1170 Brussels
Belgium
Languages French, English

After obtaining a bilingual French-English bachelor's degree in law at the University of Saint-Louis-Brussels, Lucie decided to pursue her studies at the University of Louvain to obtain a master's degree in law.

In order to deepen her knowledge in real estate law, Lucie then followed a master's degree in notary public at the Université of Louvain. During this master, Lucie had the opportunity to do an internship in a notary's office.

Lucie joined the Real Estate department of CMS in January 2021 and has already had the opportunity to learn about the many aspects of real estate law. Lucie has a particular interest in property rights, contract law and litigation.

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Relevant experience

  • Lawyer, Delahaye Avocats. 

 

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Publications

  • L. DE CRANE & B. DUQUESNE DE LA VINELLE, “La scission de société et les conventions d’occupation”, in JurimPratique, 2021/1-2, pp. 273-288
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Education

  • 2020 - Bar admission (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 2020 - University of Louvain, UCLouvain - Belgium (Master's degree in Notary)
  • 2019 - Université of Louvain, UCLouvain - Belgium (Master of Laws)
  • 2018 - Seton Hall University, New Jersey - United States (Exchange programme)
  • 2017 - Université Saint-Louis Brussels - Belgium (Bachelor of Laws)
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Expertise

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07/10/2022
CMS Bel­gi­um as­sisted the lenders in the ac­quis­i­tion of the Brus­sels of­fice...
CMS Bel­gi­um ad­vised the lenders on the ac­quis­i­tion of the Egmont of­fice com­plex in Brus­sels by Uni­on Ban­caire Privée (UBP, Geneva) from its Korean own­ers. Egmont is loc­ated in the heart of Brus­sels and...
08/07/2022
CMS ad­vised In­vest­corp on their ac­quis­i­tion and fin­an­cing of two of­fice...
CMS ad­vised the al­tern­at­ive in­vest­ment firm In­vest­corp on their ac­quis­i­tion and fin­an­cing of two of­fice build­ings in Bel­gi­um, Av­en­ue de la Porte de Hal 27, oc­cu­pied by the Flem­ish gov­ern­ment, and Av­en­ue...