2018 Global Corporate Real Estate Guide.

Legal News & Analysis – Asia Pacific - Construction & Real Estate

23 March, 2018


On what grounds can a lease be terminated in Brazil?  What environmental laws affect the use of occupying real estate in Germany? Are there nationality restrictions on land ownership in Australia?  For investors, occupiers and General Counsel managing global real estate interests, these are common questions requiring navigation and on-the-ground expertise. 


Our Global Corporate Real Estate Guide is the ultimate desktop tool for providing up-to-date knowledge on real estate law across various jurisdictions.


Jose Larroque, global chair of the Firm's Real Estate practice, said: "Evolving regulatory requirements in key real estate markets and rapidly changing economic environments have made it more challenging for multinational companies and other investors to manage their real estate portfolios. On top of this, rising cost pressure, growth of co-working spaces, new leasing standards and technology advancements are forcing many companies to re-evaluate their corporate real estate strategy and operations.  


"We have created this guide to help clients navigate these issues by providing fundamental real estate information on each country's real estate laws, including its system of registration, and rules and common commercial terms related to acquisitions, disposals, leases, planning and environmental issues. Our interactive guide allows clients to compare jurisdictions and topics relevant to their interests."


Access the interactive guide here.


Baker McKenzie


For further information, please contact: 


Jose (Pepe) M. Larroque, Partner, Baker McKenzie

[email protected]