Project Development & Building Promotor Law

Project Development & Building Promotor Law

Magic to design

The acquisition of a property is only the beginning of the value chain. Only its further development, refurbishment and exploitation generate added value. We are happy to advise you on all real estate and construction law issues in project development.

  • Handling of property development projects in accordance with the Austrian Building Promotor Contract Act (BTVG)
  • Building owner models (Bauherrenmodelle) (and related financing models)
  • Building right contract models
  • Architectural service agreements
  • Construction service agreements (total/general contractor; single assignments)
  • Consultancy agreements (project management, project control, project surveillance)
  • Urban development agreements
  • Property divisions and amalgamation
  • Easement law
  • Representation vis-à-vis public authorities
  • Handling of property development projects in accordance with the Austrian Building Promotor Contract Act (BTVG)
  • Building owner models (Bauherrenmodelle) (and related financing models)
  • Building right contract models
  • Architectural service agreements
  • Construction service agreements (total/general contractor; single assignments)
  • Consultancy agreements (project management, project control, project surveillance)
  • Urban development agreements
  • Property divisions and amalgamation
  • Easement law
  • Representation vis-à-vis public authorities

Wide range of empirical values

Due to our know-how from small, medium-size and large real estate projects of national and international project developers of residential and commercial properties as well as hotels, we have many years of experience in the development and exploitation of real estate projects. This enables us to offer tailor-made and practical solutions for all real estate law issues, even at short notice.

Fair urban development & new standards

In the context of the development of new construction sites and re-zoning, consideration must be given to the needs of the general public as well as to urban zoning requirements and the provision of the necessary infrastructure. In recent years, our law firm has been entrusted with a number of negotiations of private-law agreements between real estate developers and local. In the process, we contributed significantly to the development of the current standard for “urban development agreements” applied in Austria.

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