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Building on the success of the previous editions of The Real Estate Law Review, we are delighted to welcome new contributors from important jurisdictions around the world. Each contributor is a distinguished legal practitioner in his or her jurisdiction with an in-depth understanding of both their own domestic market and the wider global real estate market.
Each chapter offers an essential guide to real estate practice in the relevant jurisdiction together with an invaluable focus on market activity, important legal and practical developments over the preceding 12 months and the outlook for 2016. Together, the chapters offer real estate practitioners and their clients an immediate and accessible overview of international real estate.
Real estate is a truly global industry and it is no longer possible to look at domestic markets in isolation. It has become essential to develop an understanding of the needs and expectations of overseas investors and how domestic markets are affected by legal, economic, political and social events and trends throughout the world. International economic and political instability continues to have a significant effect on the international real estate market as investors continue to look for value and security. The UK, and London in particular, continues to be seen as a safe haven for capital from around the world and the outlook here remains buoyant in both the commercial and residential sectors.