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Marija Marošan


Petrikić & Partneri AOD
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Krunska 73
11000 Belgrade
Languages Serbian, Croatian, English

Marija Marošan mainly focuses on real estate law and can draw on several years of experience in advising international companies in Serbia and Montenegro on real estate law matters (especially drafting of construction agreements i.e. FIDIC contracts, agreements on sale purchase of real estate, lease agreements, registration of property rights, expropriation, restitution etc.).

Marija Marošan provides legal support to our pre-eminent clients on some of the largest and highly complex and sensitive real estate matters in Serbia. She has broad experience with renewable energy projects and has advised numerous clients regarding real estate and regulatory aspects of the construction and operation of renewable energy facilities.

Marija Marošan joined CMS Belgrade in March 2013 after having worked in a reputable regional law office. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade and obtained her master’s degree in Land management from Kunglinga Tekniska högskolan in Stockholm.

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Memberships & Roles

  • Belgrade Bar Association
  • Serbian Bar Association
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  • 2012 – Bar Admission (Belgrade, Serbia)
  • 2009 – Kunglinga Tekniska högskolan in Stockholm (M.Sc.).
  • 2008 – University of Belgrade (Serbia), Faculty of Law (L.L.B.)
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Mar­ija Marošan, seni­or ex­pert for real es­tate and con­struc­tion, pro­moted...
The co-Head of the Real Es­tate and Con­struc­tion prac­tice at CMS Bel­grade and CMS Podgor­ica, Mar­ija Marošan, has been pro­moted to Coun­sel after more than 12 years of ad­vising in­ter­na­tion­al com­pan­ies on real es­tate and con­struc­tion law mat­ters. Mar­ija Marošan star­ted her leg­al ca­reer after ob­tain­ing her mas­ter’s de­gree in Land Man­age­ment from Kunglinga Tekniska Hög­skolan in Stock­holm, in a reput­able law of­fice in Bel­grade. Since join­ing the team of CMS in Bel­grade in 2013, she has been provid­ing leg­al sup­port to pre-em­in­ent cli­ents on some of the largest and highly com­plex and sens­it­ive real es­tate and en­ergy pro­jects both in Ser­bia and in Montenegro. Her ex­tens­ive ex­per­i­ence in­cludes ad­vising cli­ents on the prop­erty de­vel­op­ment, sales and ac­quis­i­tions, leas­ing, con­struc­tion (in­clud­ing zon­ing, per­mit­ting, FID­IC and oth­er forms of con­struc­tion con­tracts), con­ver­sion, etc.  Mar­ija also has an ex­tens­ive track re­cord with re­new­able en­ergy and in­fra­struc­ture pro­jects both in Ser­bia and in Montenegro and has ad­vised nu­mer­ous cli­ents re­gard­ing real es­tate and reg­u­lat­ory as­pects of the de­vel­op­ment, op­er­a­tion, and fin­an­cing of re­new­able en­ergy and in­fra­struc­ture fa­cil­it­ies, en­ergy ef­fi­ciency pro­jects, PPPs. Her ad­mir­able work and ded­ic­a­tion to provid­ing ex­cel­lent ser­vice to cli­ents and her out­stand­ing ex­pert­ise have led to her be­com­ing the co-Head of the Real Es­tate and Con­struc­tion prac­tice at CMS Bel­grade and a very prom­in­ent mem­ber of the En­ergy and Cli­mate Change team. She shares her ex­pert­ise and know-how and provides in­valu­able sup­port to the CMS team in North Mace­do­nia in ad­vising on com­plex mat­ters of law rel­ev­ant to vari­ous re­new­able en­ergy pro­jects. We are proud to an­nounce this new step in Mar­ija’s ca­reer and wish her con­tin­ued growth and suc­cess with­in the CMS fam­ily!  
CMS ad­vises a syn­dic­ate of banks on the re­fin­an­cing on­shore wind farm in...
Pub­lished on 3 Novem­ber 2022CMS has ad­vised a con­sor­ti­um of banks con­sist­ing of Uni­Cred­it, Cred­it Suisse, Eurobank and OTP Bank on the €205 mil­lion re­fin­an­cing of Čibuk, a 158 MW on­shore wind farm loc­ated in Ser­bia. The Čibuk wind farm is owned by the Taaleri Sol­ar­Wind I Fund and its co-in­vestors, Fin­nfund, Mas­dar and DEG, the Ger­man de­vel­op­ment fin­ance in­sti­tu­tion. With 57 tur­bines, it is the largest wind farm in Ser­bia and pro­duces enough elec­tri­city to sup­ply around 87 thou­sand house­holds. It off­sets the equi­val­ent of around 380,000 tonnes of car­bon di­ox­ide dur­ing each year of op­er­a­tion.CMS ac­ted as leg­al ad­visors to the lenders in re­spect of the loan fin­an­cing pack­age.The Eng­lish law CMS team was led by Ra­fal Za­krzewski and Przemysław Ka­ro­lak, with sup­port from Mar­cin Krzemi­en, Michał Hore­lik and Jak­ub Smi­ałek (Bank­ing & Fin­ance).  The Ser­bi­an law CMS team was led by Milica Pop­ovic, with sup­port from Ksen­ija Bor­eta, Jovana Bin­gu­lac (Bank­ing & Fin­ance), Ivan Gazdic and Mar­ija Marosan (Real Es­tate & En­ergy). 
CMS Bel­grade sup­ports Hys­tead Lim­ited in the di­vest­ment of Delta City Bel­grade
UK-based Hys­tead Lim­ited, ma­jor­ity-owned by South Afric­an Hyprop In­vest­ments, has suc­cess­fully closed the sale of Delta City shop­ping mall in Bel­grade, Ser­bia. Delta City Bel­grade, one of the most vis­ited shop­ping malls in Ser­bia, has been ac­quired by MPC Prop­er­ties, one of the lead­ers in con­struc­tion and real es­tate man­age­ment in the re­gion. CMS Bel­grade has been se­lec­ted to provide full leg­al sup­port to Hys­tead Lim­ited in this EUR 115 mil­lion trans­ac­tion. The team of CMS Bel­grade ex­perts headed by part­ners Maja Stepan­ović (Cor­por­ate/M&A) and Milica Pop­ović (Bank­ing & Fin­ance) as­sisted the cli­ent through­out the trans­ac­tion, provid­ing sup­port in ne­go­ti­ations, clos­ing activ­it­ies and tax struc­tur­ing. Oth­er team mem­bers whose en­gage­ment has been in­valu­able are Real Es­tate and Con­struc­tion co-heads Ivan Gazdić and Mar­ija Marošan.
CMS Bel­grade provides full sup­port to Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia in the re­fin­an­cing...
Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia and Eli­cio Ali VE, a 100% sub­si­di­ary of Eli­cio NV, suc­cess­fully closed the re­fin­an­cing trans­ac­tion of the 42 MW Alibunar wind farm in Q3 2021. CMS Bel­grade has been se­lec­ted to pre­pare the full set of fin­ance doc­u­ments for Uni­Cred­it Bank Ser­bia as the sole lender in the EUR 53 mil­lion re­fin­an­cing.  Com­ment­ing on the trans­ac­tion, Nikola Vu­letić, Chair­man of the Man­age­ment Board of Uni­Cred­it Ser­bia, said: “We are proud that Eli­cio once again re­cog­nised our bank as a re­li­able part­ner for the first re­fin­an­cing of an op­er­a­tion­al wind farm con­duc­ted in Ser­bia. This is a clear ex­ample of how banks and the re­new­ables sec­tor can con­trib­ute to im­prov­ing over­all en­ergy se­cur­ity and con­sump­tion of re­new­able en­ergy in Ser­bia.”  Alain Jans­sens, CEO of Eli­cio, ad­ded: “This re­fin­an­cing rep­res­ents an im­port­ant mile­stone for the Ser­bi­an re­new­ables mar­ket as it af­firms the strong fun­da­ment­als of the pro­ject and the bank­able reg­u­lat­ory en­vir­on­ment for re­new­able en­ergy pro­duc­tion in Ser­bia. The trans­ac­tion also con­firms the fund­ing avail­able in the Ser­bi­an mar­ket to loc­ally fin­ance well-struc­tured pro­jects and to do so on longer ten­ors. These are cru­cial con­di­tions for real­iz­ing Ser­bia’s con­sid­er­able am­bi­tions in terms of an in­creased con­tri­bu­tion of wind en­ergy to the en­ergy mix, an area in which Eli­cio will con­tin­ue to act­ively par­ti­cip­ate.” The team of CMS Bel­grade ex­perts headed by part­ners Ivan Gazdić and Milica Pop­ović provided full leg­al sup­port in every phase of this land­mark re­fin­an­cing, from the leg­al due di­li­gence re­view to full-scope ad­vice on mul­tiple reg­u­lat­ory, real es­tate, cor­por­ate, pro­ject fin­ance and oth­er leg­al is­sues and draft­ing of the fin­ance doc­u­ments. Oth­er team mem­bers in­clude Ksen­ija Bor­eta, Mar­ija Marošan, Ig­or Đorđević, and Teodora Vu­jošević.
CMS Ex­pert Guide to European care homes
The world is get­ting older by the minute.Ac­cord­ing to the the 2021 Age­ing Re­port of the EU, the old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio in the EU’s demo­graph­ic old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio (i.e. the ra­tio between people...
Re­new­able en­ergy law and reg­u­la­tion in Ser­bia
1. Brief over­view of the re­new­ables sec­tor Ser­bia ad­op­ted its En­ergy Law in 2014, aim­ing to har­mon­ise Ser­bi­an en­ergy le­gis­la­tion with the EU’s Third En­ergy Pack­age. The Ser­bi­an mar­ket then faced a...
Still in­suf­fi­cient ef­forts for wastewa­ter treat­ment
Ex­perts from CMS Slov­e­nia and CMS Ser­bia provide their ex­pert­ise and know­ledge in this joint art­icle​ on the top­ic of wastewa­ter treat­ment. They fo­cus on these ques­tions: Where does Ser­bia stand? Can...
Guide to Con­tract Al­li­an­cing in Con­struc­tion
Over the last dec­ades, con­struc­tion pro­jects have con­tinu­ally be­come much more dy­nam­ic in nature, largely due to the in­creas­ing com­plex­ity and un­cer­tainty of these pro­jects,  along with tight budgets...
Seni­or Hous­ing Across SEE
The world is get­ting older by the minute.Ac­cord­ing to the 2018 Age­ing Re­port of the EU1, Eco­nom­ic & Budget­ary Pro­jec­tions for the 28 EU Mem­ber States (2016-2070), the old-age de­pend­ency ra­tio in the...
Glob­al Plan­ning/ Zon­ing/ Con­sent­ing Group
Plan­ning shapes every as­pect of our lives. The build­ings and en­vir­on­ments in which we live, work, shop, play and edu­cate the next gen­er­a­tion are all shaped by the plan­ning sys­tem. The con­struc­tion and...
CMS Guide for Re­tail­ers
You have in your hands a com­pre­hens­ive guide for re­tail­ers wish­ing to ex­pand in the CEE Re­gion. If you are won­der­ing how to set up your re­tail busi­ness any­where in CEE, or how to man­age your space or...
On firm ground
An in­dustry as strongly in­flu­enced by wider eco­nom­ic trends as the con­struc­tion sec­tor must rely on the highest levels of ef­fi­ciency. And op­tim­al leg­al and tax solu­tions can greatly in­crease ef­fi­ciency...