Real Estate and Land Law in Israel
Kabiri Nevo Keidar Blum and Co', iso one of Israels leading Law firms that deals in all aspects of real estate:
drafting conveyances and leases, advising on transactions (both simple and complex), accompanying “Vacate-Rebuild” [Pinui-Binui] and Tama 38 projects, planning and building issues, public housing, tenant protection laws, representing entrepreneurs and contractors and conducting litigation (court cases) before all instances, on all the various topics relating to land law.
The firm accompanies every project which it handles from the preliminary stages of reviewing the transaction, through providing legal opinions when needed, conducting negotiations, following with drafting the required legal documents, and finally through to handling matters related to land taxation aspects and registration of rights.
The vast experience accumulated by Adv. Gil Nevo, a senior partner at the firm who heads the Real Estate Department, who has in the past acted as the assistant and personal adviser to the Head of the Israel Lands Administration, has also greatly assisted the firm in developing its specialization in this field of legal practice, as well as in advancing the firm’s clients’ transactions and interests.
Owing to this specific field of speciality, and in light of the firm’s deep knowledge and understanding of the depths of real estate policy in Israel, the firm succeeds in handling complex legal issues for its clients, promoting on their behalf real estate projects and is able to solve complex problems. To the extent necessary, the firm provides its clients with more complex handling of real estate affairs, such as conducting tenders, legal actions and petitions before the courts, construction deviations, and more.
The firm has received wide professional acclaim in the field of land law, and amongst its many clients, past and present, one can name several leading entities in the Israeli real estate market, such as: Halamish, the Real Estate Participations in Israel company, the Government Tourism Co., Amot Investments, the B. Yair company, Cross Israel Highway Ltd., and more.