Tag Archives: property acquisitions

Material New Developments in the Reprivatization of Property in Warsaw

This post follows up on previous articles on the reprivatization of property in Warsaw and the governmental commission reviewing the legality of the process (see here and here). At a press conference on October 11, First Deputy Minister of Justice Patryk Jaki outlined the law that is to regulate property reprivatization in Poland. It is … Continue Reading

Real Property in Warsaw under Scrutiny

In our blog posting back in February 2017, we wrote that the Polish Parliament had adopted a very controversial piece of legislation appointing an ad hoc Parliamentary Commission to review and deal with “reprivatization” decisions in Warsaw. The term “reprivatization” refers to the real property that had previously been in private hands until the end … Continue Reading

Real Estate Acquisition: Factors to Consider Before a Transaction

The legal rules of real estate acquisition in Hungary differ dependent on whether the acquisition is for arable or non-arable land (residential and commercial properties), by Hungarian residents or non-residents and whether by natural or legal entities. Such diversity in the regulation is due to the fact that real estate is viewed as limited in … Continue Reading
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