No matter where you are in today’s competitive real-estate market, advice with a global perspective is indispensable. You need a team by your side to navigate this rapidly changing legal environment that’s often complicated by multi-jurisdictional issues. Whether you’re an investor, lender, developer, landowner or tenant, a buyer or seller of real estate, you know the challenges of this market — and you want experienced counsel from people who understand all your real-estate needs.
At Dentons, we bring strong, established local, regional and global experience and know-how to help you succeed in all your real-estate ventures and projects. With more than 500 real-estate lawyers and our commitment to an integrated approach, we give you the comfort of a global presence with a deep understanding of the local real-estate terrain. Because opportunities don’t wait, we anticipate trends and react with speed and certainty on your behalf, collaborating with you every step of the way.
Whether you need expertise in real-estate leasing, project finance, acquisition and disposition, development, construction, or investment, or you need the services of astute counsel to resolve a real-estate dispute, our team of committed, respected professionals across the globe is keen to help you succeed. Where your needs extend beyond real estate, Dentons offers a panoply of legal expertise and services worldwide in all business-related areas, including: insolvency and debt restructuring, environmental and regulatory compliance, corporate structuring, taxation, and cross-border matters, to name but a few.
Whether real estate is your business or your business relies on real estate, drive it forward with Dentons by your side.
This information was sourced from the Dentons website.
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