The lawyers in Projure's team have specialist expertise in a number of areas linked to real estate issues. We provide assistance to organisations of all sizes in connection with property transactions, property development, expansion and option contracts, ground lease contracts, legal issues related to public sector planning and development, tenancy agreements, etc.   

 

We believe that a thorough understanding of the sector, combined with high levels of specialist expertise, are crucial to providing the best legal assistance. Property-related projects commonly also involve closely-related fields such as taxation, public levies, company law and financing. For this reason, Projure's real estate team works very closely with other teams within the firm to ensure that our clients achieve the best possible overall outcomes.    

  

The lawyers in our specialist team provide assistance mainly to companies that work in the fields of property development and expansion, and property management. We also assist landowners and other rights holders in connection with property issues. Our advice will provide our clients with the secure knowledge that their projects can be completed without unnecessary disputes and disagreements. 

 

Typically, we can provide your company with assistance in connection with entry into contracts with landowners, contact with the public authorities in connection with planning regulations, and the administrative processing of building projects. We can also advise you on financing issues and the legal aspects of organising property projects (partitioning/consolidation, sectioning, the establishment of limited companies, housing associations, etc.), the quality assurance of construction contracts, as well as the purchase and sale of real estate.    

The lawyers in our specialist team also provide a comprehensive range of relevant presentations and courses. We will be pleased to tailor in-house courses to cover topical issues in the field of real estate law. 

Projure's real estate team is headed by lawyer Trond Bjørnsen (trond.bjornsen@projure.no).