JPM is a one-stop-shop for all your real estate and construction projects.
A combination of market forces and tighter legislation has made Serbia and the wider region a more complex environment for executing property transactions. Full command of local regulatory requirements and watertight legal advice has never been more important.
Our experienced team of real estate lawyers guides investors through every step of the process, whether it be buying or selling commercial properties, developing real estate projects, negotiating finance deals, or drafting tender and construction agreements (be they FIDIC contracts or tailor-made).
We also advise landlords, tenants, and facility management companies on commercial leasing agreements and offer comprehensive representation on all aspects of construction projects in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
The firm is ranked in Tier 2 by Legal 500 and in Band 2 by Chambers and Partners for Real Estate.
- Advising Veolia, one of the biggest water management, waste management, and energy services companies in the world, in the course of the bidding process for the PPP project for waste treatment and disposal. The project involved numerous real estate issues including the long-term lease of the existing landfill site and the obtaining of construction and other permits for the development of further landfills, as well as waste collection, treatment, and renewable energy facilities.
- Advising China Shandong International on real estate matters relating to the design and construction of Corridor 11, a motorway connecting Belgrade to the South Adriatic and, by extension, Romania to Serbia to Montenegro and Italy.
- Advising Lidl, one of the biggest European food retail chains, in its acquisition of real estate for the development of retail stores throughout Serbia.
- Providing full legal support – including drafting, negotiating, and preparing all the transaction documents and disclosure letters – to Delta Real Estate d.o.o., a member of Delta Holding Group and one of the leading real estate developers in the region, in its sale of shopping malls in Belgrade and Podgorica for over EUR 200 million.