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In an age that has seen ownership of real estate become increasingly international, it is more necessary than ever to appreciate the basic framework of real estate law in different jurisdictions. Overseas investors have for some time been key influences in many parts of the world and it is therefore vital that practitioners are able to advise on a particular transaction in the light of an understanding of the investor’s own home forum. The impact of events such as the collapse of the US sub-prime residential mortgage market and the Eurozone crisis has also demonstrated how complex and inter-related investment markets have become. In sum, it is no longer possible to ignore globalisation and view real estate markets in isolation.
The Real Estate Law Review is an annual publication that gives readers a general introduction to and commercial analysis of some of the key substantive and practical considerations in the major markets around the world. The book also offers an overview of recent activity levels and identifies distinctions in practice between different jurisdictions by focusing on key developments that highlight particular local issues, which we believe will help practitioners to develop their understanding of practice beyond their own borders. Each contributor to The Real Estate Law Review is a distinguished legal practitioner in his or her own jurisdiction, and this review represents an immediate and accessible summary of the most important and relevant issues across the 36 countries covered.