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In light of the state of emergency declared in Bulgaria and the measures currently undertaken by the government for the containment of the spread of COVID-19 at this stage, the commercial real estate sector appears to be one of the most significantly affected.
Wolf Theiss
International Law Office D. Vladimirov and Partners
Buying property in Bulgaria can be a very wise decision. At the moment the average price is good and you can expect some raise over the next few years and everybody can find what they are looking for ...
International Law Office D. Vladimirov and Partners
The fastest and easiest way to get a clear idea of the cost when looking to buy a property is to look at its price. Unfortunately this is not the final price you will have to pay for the real estate.
International Law Office D. Vladimirov and Partners
When buying a property in Bulgaria it is good to know in advance what kind of documents are needed. This will save some time and will make the process faster and easier.
International Law Office D. Vladimirov and Partners
Bulgarian real estate market became very popular with foreign buyers at the beginning of the 2000s. During the period between 2000 and 2008 the real estate prices in the country grew 300%.
International Law Office D. Vladimirov and Partners
As real estates & property lawyers in Bulgaria we, at International Law Office D. Vladimirov & Partners, are advising foreign clients ...
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The unlikely victory of private owners over the big infrastructure projects in Bulgaria's Constitutional Court
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
Please briefly describe the main laws that govern realestate in Bulgaria.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Buildings completed before 31 March 2001 without the necessary permits may now be legitimised by a Certificate of Tolerable Construction.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
In recent years the Bulgarian government has tried to limit cash payments to combat money laundering and to increase tax receipts.
There are several main legislative acts that regulate ownership title rights, limited property rights and real estate transfer deals in Bulgaria – these are the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria, Property Act, Contracts and Obligations Act, Commercial Act, Agricultural Land Ownership and Use Act, Forestry Act, Water Act, Black Sea Territorial Development Act, Protected Territories Act, State Property Act, Municipal Property Act, Civil Procedures Code, Encouragement of Investments Act, Ter
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
Void administrative acts might jeopardise the operation, and even existence, of completed projects in Bulgaria.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
In November 2008 Bulgaria lost EUR 220 mln in EU funds as the European Commission deemed the former Bulgarian government incapable of fighting corruption.
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