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Real Estate

Planning and building law is relevant to both businesses and private individuals. Hjort has considerable experience in this area, including as the author of a commentary on the Planning and Building Act. We advise public authorities, property developers and private individuals.

Our real estate practice is in constant development, and we attach great importance to staying up-to-date on all developments. We do this through continuing legal education and by writing articles and books. Our main goal is to be known for the quality of our work and effective service.

We have experience in the following practice areas:

  • public–private partnerships (PPP)
  • development agreements
  • zoning regulations
  • environmental impact assessments
  • dispensations
  • roads, water and drains
  • complaint cases
  • expropriation and judicial assessment

Areas of expertise

  • Housing and neighbour law

    Certain cases are of particular importance to our clients, and securing a quick and affordable solution is crucial. In our experience, conflicts can be avoided by seeking advice early and taking care when drafting agreements and articles of association. We advise both individuals and joint housing ownerships.

    Our area of expertise include:

    • tenancy agreements
    • document fee and property tax
    • segmentation
    • distribution of joint expenses
    • majority requirements in joint ownership
    • trees on neighbouring property
  • Planning and building law

    We provide legal support for all types of planning application processes, advising both planning and building authorities and private parties. We often assist the applicant or main contractor, but also represent clients involved in disputes.

    Our areas of expertise include:

    • public–private partnerships (PPP)
    • development agreements
    • zoning regulations
    • environmental impact assessments
    • dispensations
    • roads, water and drains
    • complaint cases
    • expropriation and judicial assessment