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Ivana Lobotkova

Ivana Lobotkova

Associate

Contact
T +420 296 798 741
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, advokáti, v.o.s.
Palladium, Na Poříčí 1079/3a
110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Languages Slovak, English, Czech

Ivana Lobotková is an associate in the Real Estate team at CMS Prague. She advises clients on their investments and disposals of commercial real estate assets in the Czech Republic, including retail, office and logistic properties. Her experience also includes advising on real estate acquisition financings, leasing and asset management.

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"Ivana Lobotková is a very promising associate able to handle very complicated legal relationships and manage a large international team of lawyers."

Legal 500, 2020

Relevant experience

  • VGP and Allianz Real Estate on several acquisitions of new logistics properties in the Czech Republic, Slovakia Germany, Hungary, Romania, Spain and Austria.
  • Deka Immobilien GmbH on its EUR 460m acquisition of a Czech logistics portfolio from the CTP Group.
  • REICO on the CZK 2.3bn acquisition of the Metronom Business Center from HB Reavis. 
  • Bluehouse, one of the largest investors in Europe, on the acquisition of the retail complex Obchodní Centrum Karviná.
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Education

  • 2015 - Master’s degree, Law, Charles University, Prague
  • 2014 - Law, University of Essex, United Kingdom
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Memberships

  • Member, the Czech Bar Association
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Expertise

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22 September 2020
Czech Re­pub­lic ab­ol­ishes prop­erty ac­quis­i­tion tax
Czech Re­pub­lic ab­ol­ishes prop­erty ac­quis­i­tion tax Ab­ol­ish­ment of the prop­erty ac­quis­i­tion tax in the Czech Re­pub­lic be­came fi­nal on 18 Septem­ber when Czech Pres­id­ent Mi­los Ze­man signed this bill in­to...
10 July 2020
Czech Cham­ber of Depu­ties ab­ol­ishes prop­erty ac­quis­i­tion tax
On 8 Ju­ly 2020, the Czech Cham­ber of Depu­ties ap­proved a gov­ern­ment­al pro­pos­al to ab­ol­ish the 4% tax on real es­tate ac­quis­i­tions. At the same time, the Cham­ber voted to main­tain tax de­duc­tions for new...