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As an investor, asset manager, developer, occupier, contractor or construction consortium your real estate deals and construction projects are executed to tight deadlines within complex local legal systems. If, for example, your projects cross international markets, you face issues based on differing real estate, national and international construction law as well as cultural and economic contexts.

With Slovenia’s most experienced lawyers in construction contract law and over 450 lawyers in 39 countries, we give consistent legal advice across borders, coordinated from your home market. Whether you are in the construction, retail, residential, hotels, infrastructure, care home, office, logistics, renewable energy or student accommodation sectors, we have the specialists to help.

Through decades of experience of doing deals and construction projects across Europe, our multi-jurisdictional teams adhere to the same templates, processes and standards, including project and claim management. This means we can deploy specialist teams to advise you immediately, irrespective of where the real estate assets are or your project takes place.

If you are launching or operating a real estate fund, if you are developing a construction project or setting up a real estate related joint venture, our real estate and construction experts can give you country-specific support. This approach allows us to guide your tax, planning, debt financing, construction and management issues including all kinds of national and international construction disputes and construction claim management in addition to your traditional real estate portfolio and property management work.

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Published on 20.07.2018 in CEE Legal Matters
De­vel­op­ments in the Real Es­tate Sec­tor in Slov­e­nia
27 Nov 19
In­vest­ment ar­bit­ra­tion and con­struc­tion con­tracts: jur­is­dic­tion over...
A re­cent IC­SID tribunal has up­held jur­is­dic­tion over a dis­pute con­cern­ing an al­leged set­tle­ment agree­ment arising from con­tract­or claims on a ma­jor in­fra­struc­ture pro­ject in the Re­pub­lic of Mozam­bi­que....
CMS Ex­pert Guide to Com­mer­cial Real Es­tate
04 Nov 19
In­tro­du­cing the FID­IC Em­er­ald Book
Earli­er this year FID­IC re­leased its new “Em­er­ald Book” – Con­di­tions of Con­tract for Un­der­ground Works. This ad­di­tion to the FID­IC suite seeks to fill a gap amongst stand­ard forms as a spe­cial­ist...
01/01/2018
On firm ground
Bro­chure Real Es­tate
28 Oct 19
Elec­tric scoot­ers - a mi­cro mo­bil­ity re­volu­tion, now also in Slov­e­nia
For some time now we have been wit­ness­ing elec­tric scoot­ers on our roads, side­walks and cycle paths. Their num­bers have skyrock­eted over the last six months, to which the elec­tric scoot­er rent­al pro­viders...
13/03/2017
CMS Slov­e­nia Wel­comes Two New Part­ners
A move that strengthens sev­er­al im­port­ant prac­tice...
17 Oct 19
Delay ana­lys­is un­der the mi­cro­scope: com­mon sense wins out over meth­od­o­logy
A de­cision of an Aus­trali­an court last month has con­sidered the evid­en­tial re­quire­ments for prov­ing delay claims in con­struc­tion dis­putes. The de­cision com­ments on the rel­ev­ance of the 2nd Edi­tion of...
CMS Ex­pert Guide to Real Es­tate Fin­ance
11 Oct 19
Quantum meruit claims after ter­min­a­tion: a chan­ging of the tide?
A de­cision of the Hight Court of Aus­tralia earli­er this week has held that resti­tu­tion­ary claims on a quantum meruit (i.e. reas­on­able price) basis by con­tract­ors after the ter­min­a­tion of a con­struc­tion...
05/10/2015
CMS European Real Es­tate Deal Point Study 2015
European prop­erty mar­ket sees con­tinu­ing trend to­wards...
03 Oct 19
Use of Dis­pute Boards: one of FIDIC's five Golden Prin­ciples
FID­IC has re­cently pub­lished de­tailed guid­ance as to the five “Golden Prin­ciples” first in­cluded with the FID­IC 2017 suite of con­tracts. These prin­ciples seek to identi­fy lim­its to the types of amend­ments...