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Management & Occupancy


The Principality’s combination of economic success, tourism, high-end clientele and attractive tax system encourages high-potential businesses and professionals to set up there, which means property rental yields are high.

Our team assists landlords and tenants when negotiating, drafting or transferring any type of lease, particularly those required for setting up and developing a business or professional activity.

Thanks to our long-standing experience in this area, we are able to assess our client's needs and advise them on possible solutions, including alternatives to commercial leases when necessary.

We also provide advisory and negotiating services for clients who are leasing and occupying public land.

Our lawyers regularly assist landlords, tenants and real estate agencies with any disputes relating to the performance or termination of a lease, including rent increases and eviction compensation.

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25 June 2018
Real es­tate agents
Monaco’s Court of First In­stance re­cently ruled on the im­port­ance of es­tab­lish­ing a leg­al frame­work for the re­la­tion­ship between real es­tate agents and their cli­ents. Here are the main out­comes of the court’s de­cision.
11 December 2017
The new ac­cess­ib­il­ity stand­ards for dis­abled people are ap­plic­able to any...
Fur­ther to the ad­op­tion on Decem­ber 2nd 2014 of Act n° 1.1410 on « the pro­tec­tion, autonomy and pro­mo­tion of the rights and freedoms of dis­abled people », the Na­tion­al Coun­cil, by Law n° 1.441 of Decem­ber 5th 2016, es­tab­lished a new and am­bi­tious body of
29 November 2017
Busi­ness-leas­ing man­age­ment
By judg­ment dated 16th Oc­to­ber 2017, the Monaco Court of Re­vi­sion has re­cog­nized the mixt nature of the busi­ness-leas­ing man­age­ment agree­ment : where­as it ne­ces­sar­ily has a com­mer­cial nature for the man­ager - who ex­ecutes com­mer­cial trans­ac­tions as an usu
26 July 2017
Right of pre-emption of the State on the build­ings built or com­pleted be­fore...
Fol­low­ing a ju­di­cial de­bate con­duc­ted by CMS Pasquier-Ciulla & Mar­quet, the State’s highest civil jur­is­dic­tion, the Cour de Ré­vi­sion, is­sued a judg­ment on Feb­ru­ary 14, 2017 (pub­lic­a­tion in Of­fi­cial Journ­al on June 23, 2017) can­celing, on the basis of the
21 November 2016
Law No. 1.433 of 18 Novem­ber 2016: a new status for of­fice use leases
Law No. 1.433 of Novem­ber 8, 2016, pub­lished in the Journ­al de Monaco of Novem­ber 18, 2016, or­gan­izes a new status ded­ic­ated to of­fice use leases by in­sert­ing in the Civil Code the new art­icles 1616-1 to 1616-7.