Registration and transcription of lease agreements under Luxembourg law
It is becoming commonplace for lease agreements (commercial and residential) not to be registered and transcribed in Luxembourg. Indeed, although the number of executed lease agreements has been increasing since the beginning of 2013, many landlords and/or tenants are not aware of these procedures or still believe that they are not mandatory under Luxembourg law.
The return from the summer holidays seems like a great moment to be reminded of the key points of the registration and transcription procedures. This briefing also contains part one of MOLITOR’s newsletter, including relevant information on how to comply with the obligation of registration. Part two, including legal requirements regarding transcription of the lease agreements, will be published at the end of August…
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