Find Lawyers in Munich, Germany for Construction Law
Dr. Jan Dittmann has been working at the Munich office of our law firm since 2001. During his law studies, which took him to Munich, Milan, Rome and Berkeley, Dr. Dittmann was hired as a procurator by a company that specialized in construction consulting and project development. Ever since his bar admission, he has primarily acted in an advisory capacity in real estate law, construction law as well as renewable energy laws. In addition to legal advice on real estate transactions and real esta...
Dr Stefan Fink is Partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT’s Munich office and member of the Real Estate practice group. He boasts extensive experience in providing legal advice centred around real estate, in particular land law, public and private building law, planning law and commercial tenancy law. Dr Fink advises renowned German and foreign real estate investors and investment funds on the acquisition and financing of large-scale individual properties and real estate portfolios. Further, Dr Fin...
Christoph Hamm is a Partner in the Real Estate & Construction Law Practice Group in our Munich office. He’s also the Managing Director of our law firm. In his work, he primarily focuses on legal issues surrounding real estate transactions (specifically, the creation of data rooms, implementation of due diligence and contract drafting/negotiations) as well as real estate commercial law (specifically, land contracts, law of agency and tenancy law) and commercial landlord-tenant law. P...
Dr. Norbert Huber has been a partner at the Munich office of our law firm since September 2010. His main areas of expertise are public law, public commercial law, public procurement law and property law. Especially for the public sector (Free State of Bavaria, districts, public sector holding companies), but also for large and medium sized enterprises of these branches, Dr. Huber delivers professional and comprehensive legal advice. Among his clients are, in addition, numerous cities and comm...
Dr. Iris Meeßen is a lawyer working in our Munich office. Her dissertation is an analysis of the procurement and provision of publicly financed continuing education services. Since the beginning of her career as a lawyer, her main practice area has comprised public sector consulting as well as legal assistance in zoning and approval processes affecting client projects.
Benedikt Murken is a certified specialist lawyer for construction and architects’ law. He is a member of the practice group real estate and construction law. Since the beginning of his professional career, Mr. Murken has been working within the field of private construction law and architects’ law. Mr. Murken is specialized in all areas of public construction law. Due to the longstanding advisory services for a number of professional liability insurance companies for architects an...
Burkhard Rüscher Attorney Certified tenancy and condominium law attorney Specialists areas : Private building law, building contracts law, condominium law Burkhard Rüscher provides advice to and represents his clients particularly in the field of condominium law. Other areas of expertise of his activity are private building law and property developers law. From 1990 until 1995, he studied law at the University of Regensburg. He completed his post-graduate traineeship from 1995 until...
Having joined the Munich office of our law firm in January 2015, Dr. Simone Lutz is a member of our Real Estate & Construction Law Practice Group. Dr. Simone Lutz has spent many years witnessing the entire real estate cycle from purchase to sale first-hand. In addition to handling transaction-related legal matters and contract drafts, she also handles the legal aspects of commercial real estate use. Statement of experience Real estate transactions Tenancy lawLand law Project developments
Construction Law Definition
The (non-specific) term "construction law" comprises private construction law and public construction law. Private construction law refers to the area of German civil law that deals with work contracts and construction contracts, specifically from the negotiation phase to the conclusion phase and the implementation phase (including final billing). Meanwhile, public construction law refers to the area of German public law that deals with construction projects. Public construction law furthermore distinguishes between building law (German: "Bauordnungsrecht") and construction planning law (German: "Bauplanungsrecht").
The comprehensive knowledge that our construction law consultancy is built on extends beyond the mere core understanding of construction law to understanding the boundaries of construction law to other, closely related law fields:
- Private construction law: Drafting of construction and developer contracts, presiding over contract negotiations, construction-related legal advice, litigations, contract and change-order management,
- Public construction law: Legal support during building permit, zoning and other building law mandated proceedings,
- Public-private partnerships: Legal advice in connection with public/private investment plans for infrastructure projects,
- Land law: Review and drafting of land purchase agreements,
- Architectural & engineering law: Contract drafting/negotiations, court representation (specifically receivables and liability claims),
- Tenancy law: Drafting of residential and commercial lease agreements, procedural implementation of rent increases, evictions incl. litigation involving tenant- landlord disputes,
- Broker law: Contract drafting, court representation.
Lawyers specializing in construction law should have a thorough knowledge of building codes and regulations as well as related law fields. Add to that a business-oriented mind and a basic understanding of construction project management, from concept to implementation/conclusion and beyond to marketing and management of an object. What will really make them stand out is the ability to offer the kind of legal advice that closes the gaps between different, related law fields under one roof.
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