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Real Estate

Our firm handles all aspects of real estate matters: sale transactions, combination transactions, entrepreneurship, financing, urban renewal, planning and building, purchasing groups, buyer groups, and representation and registration of hundreds of new housing units within the scope of registering condominium buildings.

Our Real Estate Department offers comprehensive legal services and guidance throughout all stages of a transaction – providing preliminary legal advice; performing all requisite due diligence examinations; conducting negotiations; and preparing sale agreements, lease agreements, and combination agreements.

 

Our firm handles bank-financing agreements, agreements with contractors and various consultants, issues relating to construction processes, and post-sale or post-lease issues. It also oversees the registration of parcels, condominium buildings, and rights.

 

We specialize in assisting in relation to real estate taxation, purchasing groups, and sales of properties under receiverships. We represent clients in court, in appeals committees, and before planning authorities.

 

Our clients include private, public, and government companies; institutional entities; entrepreneurs; construction companies; contractors; and purchasing organizations.

 

Adv. Eldar Adato, the head of the department, has amassed more than 20 years of legal practice in the field of real estate. Eldar is considered an expert in the real estate field, particularly in planning and building laws and real estate taxation. He has earned an outstanding reputation in the urban renewal sector.

 

Eldar is a consultant and lecturer for a variety of forums. He is one of the facilitators of the program “Real Estate Time” on Channel 13. In addition, he is regularly invited to the planning committees of the Israeli parliament as an expert advisor.

News and updates - Real Estate:


July 18, 2022

Condominium Buildings and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – New Ruling

An apartment owner in a condominium building installed a private electric charging station in her parking space without the consent of the other apartment owners. This is what the supervisor ruled.

July 11, 2022

Israel's New Urban Renewal Plan – When and What?

Last week, the Knesset approved Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked's new urban renewal plan in second and third readings.
The new plan will replace Tama 38, the national outline plan for strengthening existing structures against earthquakes.
What are the main points of the new urban renewal plan? How will it be implemented and until when can projects be promoted within the framework of Tama 38? Read the Globes interview with Adv. Eldar Adato, head of our firm's Real Estate Department.

July 3, 2022

Latest Legislative Amendments to Promote Pinui-Binui Projects

The importance of pinui-binui (vacate-and-build) projects for resolving the housing shortage in Israel has spurred new legislation to resolve the problem of  recalcitrant tenants, to define what constitutes a majority of tenants in such projects, and to regulate projects in neighborhoods comprised of detached houses.

Real Estate

Our firm handles all aspects of real estate matters: sale transactions, combination transactions, entrepreneurship, financing, urban renewal, planning and building, purchasing groups, buyer groups, and representation and registration of hundreds of new housing units within the scope of registering condominium buildings.

Our Real Estate Department offers comprehensive legal services and guidance throughout all stages of a transaction – providing preliminary legal advice; performing all requisite due diligence examinations; conducting negotiations; and preparing sale agreements, lease agreements, and combination agreements.

 

Our firm handles bank-financing agreements, agreements with contractors and various consultants, issues relating to construction processes, and post-sale or post-lease issues. It also oversees the registration of parcels, condominium buildings, and rights.

 

We specialize in assisting in relation to real estate taxation, purchasing groups, and sales of properties under receiverships. We represent clients in court, in appeals committees, and before planning authorities.

 

Our clients include private, public, and government companies; institutional entities; entrepreneurs; construction companies; contractors; and purchasing organizations.

 

Adv. Eldar Adato, the head of the department, has amassed more than 20 years of legal practice in the field of real estate. Eldar is considered an expert in the real estate field, particularly in planning and building laws and real estate taxation. He has earned an outstanding reputation in the urban renewal sector.

 

Eldar is a consultant and lecturer for a variety of forums. He is one of the facilitators of the program “Real Estate Time” on Channel 13. In addition, he is regularly invited to the planning committees of the Israeli parliament as an expert advisor.

News and updates - Real Estate:


July 18, 2022

Condominium Buildings and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – New Ruling

An apartment owner in a condominium building installed a private electric charging station in her parking space without the consent of the other apartment owners. This is what the supervisor ruled.

July 11, 2022

Israel's New Urban Renewal Plan – When and What?

Last week, the Knesset approved Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked's new urban renewal plan in second and third readings.
The new plan will replace Tama 38, the national outline plan for strengthening existing structures against earthquakes.
What are the main points of the new urban renewal plan? How will it be implemented and until when can projects be promoted within the framework of Tama 38? Read the Globes interview with Adv. Eldar Adato, head of our firm's Real Estate Department.

July 3, 2022

Latest Legislative Amendments to Promote Pinui-Binui Projects

The importance of pinui-binui (vacate-and-build) projects for resolving the housing shortage in Israel has spurred new legislation to resolve the problem of  recalcitrant tenants, to define what constitutes a majority of tenants in such projects, and to regulate projects in neighborhoods comprised of detached houses.

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