Lex Mundi Publishes New Real Estate Survey: 'Issues Relating to Finance'

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Multi-Jurisdictional Survey is the Third in a Four-Part Real Estate Survey Series

Lex Mundi has recently published a new multi-jurisdictional survey entitled Real Estate Survey III - Issues Relating to Finance. This survey is the third in a four-part Real Estate Survey Series compiled by members of the Lex Mundi Real Estate Practice Group.

The Real Estate Survey III - Issues Relating to Finance covers some of the most important issues relative to the financing of real estate projects, including the method for creating a security interest or lien on real property, interest rate limitations, licensing requirements for lenders and foreclosure procedures. More than forty-five jurisdictions are covered. The survey can be downloaded free of charge in its entirety or by jurisdiction at http://www.lexmundi.com/lexmundi/Real_Estate_Survey_III.asp.

Parts one and two of the Real Estate Survey Series, Issues Relating to Foreign Investment and Issues in Ownership of Real Property, are also available on the Lex Mundi web site to download free of charge. The Lex Mundi Real Estate Practice Group is now working to compile the final survey in the series, Issues Relating to Commercial Leasing.

With the addition of the Issues Relating to Finance survey, Lex Mundi's collection of multi-jurisdictional surveys grows to thirteen. The following is a list of other popular multi-jurisdictional surveys prepared by the Lex Mundi practice groups:

  • Real Estate Survey I - Issues Relating to Foreign Investment
  • Real Estate Survey II - Issues in Ownership of Real Property
  • In-House Counsel and the Attorney-Client Privilege Survey
  • Bank Finance and Regulation Survey
  • Labor and Employment Desk Book
  • Pre-Merger Notification Survey
  • Telecommunications Regulation Survey
  • Intellectual Property and Competition Law Survey
  • Criminal Liability of Companies Survey
  • Trends for Commercializing Intellectual Property Survey
  • European Union: Accession States Tax Guide
  • The European Company

To view all the Lex Mundi multi-jurisdictional surveys and other publications currently available, please visit http://www.lexmundi.com/lexmundi/Publications_and_Resources.asp.

Lex Mundi has twenty-six practice groups in which member firm lawyers may participate. Participating in a practice group provides members with a global network of professionals with similar practice areas and interests through which they can share information and best practices, stay abreast of relevant and/or current topics of interest in the practice or industry area, develop relationships and serve common clients.

Lex Mundi is the world's leading association of independent law firms. The association has more than 160 member firms around the world, representing approximately 21,000 lawyers. Membership in Lex Mundi provides member firms with a trusted network of law firms that share similar values and a similar focus on quality through which they can access global legal resources that enable them to serve their clients better and to improve continuously all aspects of their firms. Member law firms are located throughout North America, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Through its nonprofit affiliate, the Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation, Lex Mundi member firms provide pro bono legal assistance to social entrepreneurs around the globe. For more information, please visit http://www.lexmundi.com.

For a printable version of this press release, please visit http://www.lexmundi.com/images/lexmundi/PDF/PressReleases/PracticeGroup_RESurveyIII.pdf.

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