The Real Estate Law Review - Edition 6

John Nevin
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  • John Nevin
  • Slaughter and May

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Real estate is a truly global industry. The worldwide impact of events of the preceding 12 months has confirmed that it is no longer possible to look at domestic markets in isolation. It is hoped that The Real Estate Law Review reflects this position. An evolving awareness of the global real estate market and an understanding of the practices, requirements and concerns of overseas investors is essential if practitioners and their clients are to take full advantage of investment trends as they develop.

First we had Brexit, as the UK voted to leave the EU, and then the result of the US election. It is probably fair to say that neither was expected, and while the significance of Brexit diminishes in a global context, the same cannot be said of Donald Trump’s victory. It will be very interesting to see how the global real estate market evolves over the coming months. While there will undoubtedly be risks, there will also be opportunities. Investors and their professional advisers will need to develop an appropriate strategy to ensure that risks are assessed and opportunities are taken. By and large, markets do not like uncertainty and some of the positive outlook reflected in last year’s edition has undoubtedly diminished.

About the Editor

John Nevin is a partner in the real estate group at Slaughter and May. He has considerable experience in a wide range of real estate work. He has acted extensively on acquisitions and disposals of all types of property interests, on significant development projects and on major lettings. His clients include developers, livery companies, retailers, hotel and public house companies and banks. He is listed as a leading individual in the real estate section of Chambers UK 2017 and is also listed in Who’s Who Legal: Real Estate 2016.

Acknowledgements

The publisher acknowledges and thanks the following for their learned assistance throughout the preparation of this book:

Brexit and Real Estate

  • John Nevin
  • Slaughter and May

Australia

  • David Jones and Sarah Merrett
  • Baker & McKenzie

Austria

  • Tibor Fabian and Markus Uitz
  • Binder Grösswang Rechtsanwälte GmbH

Belgium

  • Yves Delacroix and Alexandre Emond
  • Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Indir Osmić and Ana Terzić
  • CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz

Cayman Islands

  • George Loutas
  • Maples & Calder

China

  • Alex Wang and Edward Hsu
  • Dentons

Croatia

  • Ana-Marija Skoko and Tamara Jelić Kazić
  • Odvjetničko društvo Bardek, Lisac, Mušec, Skoko d.o.o. in cooperation with CMS Reich‑Rohrwig Hainz

Cyprus

  • Nicolas Th Papaconstantinou
  • Papadopoulos, Lycourgos & Co LLC

Denmark

  • Torben Mauritzen
  • Lett Law Firm

England and Wales

  • John Nevin
  • Slaughter and May

France

  • Pierre Gebarowski and Guillaume Rossignol
  • De Pardieu Brocas Maffei

Germany

  • Ingo Klöcker
  • Hengeler Mueller

Greece

  • Nikos A Vouhiounis and Christina C Zakopoulou
  • M & P Bernitsas Law Offices

Hong Kong

  • Dennis Li
  • Slaughter and May

India

  • Mahernosh Humranwala and Anuradha Iyer
  • Tatva Legal Mumbai

Indonesia

  • Luky I Walalangi, Miriam Andreta, Fiesta Victoria and T Anggra Syah Reza
  • Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro

Italy

  • Alessandro Balp
  • Bonelli Erede Pappalardo

Japan

  • Norio Maeda, Naoko Katakami, Yasuo Asami, Toshiyuki Yamamoto and Keisuke Yonamine
  • Nishimura & Asahi

Jersey

  • Christopher Philpott and Will Whitehead
  • Carey Olsen

Mexico

  • Enrique Iglesias Elizondo, José G Pozas de la Vega and David Páez Gonzalez
  • Iglesias, Pozas y Páez

Montenegro

  • Mihajlo Matković and Tamara Samardžija
  • CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz

Netherlands

  • Mark Rebergen and Max van Drunen
  • De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek NV

Nigeria

  • Gbolahan Elias, Lynda Chinweokwu and Pelumi Asiwaju
  • G Elias & Co

Poland

  • Janusz Siekański and Radosław Waszkiewicz
  • Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak

Portugal

  • Pedro Ferreirinha and Francisco Sousa Coutinho
  • VdA Vieira de Almeida

Qatar

  • Seem Maleh
  • Al Tamimi & Company

Romania

  • Valentin CreaȚa
  • Popovici NiȚu Stoica & AsociaȚii

Russia

  • Sergey Kolobov
  • Herbert Smith Freehills

Serbia

  • Marija Marošan and Đorđe Popović
  • CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz

Singapore

  • Jennifer Chia
  • TSMP Law Corporation

Slovakia

  • Tomáš Zárecký and Laura Ogurčáková
  • Zárecký Zeman Durišová Law Office

Slovenia

  • Ivan Kranjec, Vesna Tišler and Saša Sodja
  • CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz

Spain

  • Diego Armero and Rodrigo Peruyero
  • Uría Menéndez

Switzerland

  • Andreas F Vögeli and Thomas A Frick
  • Niederer Kraft & Frey Ltd

Taiwan

  • Yi-Jiun Su and Yi-Li Kuo
  • Lee and Li Attorneys at Law

United Arab Emirates

  • Iain Black and Joe Carroll
  • Dentons

USA

  • Meredith J Kane
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

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