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01 April 2021 / news

The Real Estate Law Review

A great deal has happened since the first edition of The Real Estate Law Review appeared in 2012, but nothing more significant than the Covid-19 pandemic, a truly global crisis. This tenth edition of the Real Estate Law Review will continue to prove its worth by providing readers with an invaluable overview of how key markets across the globe operate and how they react to major world events. Covid-19 has served as stark reminder that it is no longer possible to look at domestic markets in isolation.

The Real Estate Law Review

 

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Introduction to the legal framework
Real Estate activity
Foreign Investment
Structuring the investment
Real Estate ownership
Leases of business premises
Developments in practice
Outlook and conclusions


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