Building on its historical ties with European countries – reinforced by the Association Agreement signed with the European Union in 1996 – Morocco is the second largest economic power in Africa.
Many foreign investors have established solid commercial bases and production units in the country. Its major international airport, its technological advances and the quality of its workforce, accompanied by low production costs and investment incentives, represent powerful pull factors and investment incentives, contributing to sustained economic growth.
The increasing complexity of regulations and case law at every stage of the real estate investment, occupation and operation of a site, require an optimised approach to the resulting issues and challenges.
The rise of disputes observed indicates that increasingly rigorous forward planning is required by existing operators, whether in relation to the planned procedure, the content of written documents, particularly if they are contractual, the type of actions to carry out and the approach to be adopted.
CMS Francis Lefebvre Maroc Conseil juridique et fiscal has developed solid experience in Moroccan real estate and construction law. Our clients seek our legal assistance to help and accompagny them in their “risks” management and receive strategic advice on practical and vital questions of real estate and construction law, as well as day-to-day assistance and support.