Knowledge of the legal status is of key importance for any investment regardless of its size. The role of a lawyer is to duly secure the interests of the represented party, which in the case of real property transactions is of particular importance due to the transaction value and nature of the property. Once a new investment is started, consequences of any legal defects will be extremely significant as one real property cannot be replaced with any other.
To eliminate any risks connected with buying real property we conduct legal audits of real property. The audit is aimed at verifying the legal status – examining the conditions and validity of acquisition, any present liabilities or potential claims for ownership (in civil or public institutional proceedings), and conditions of future use, including development.