Real Estate Law

Despite the global health crisis linked to the COVID-19 epidemic, Dubai Real Estate remains a decent investment opportunity. Dubai is a commercial hub highly prized by property investors from all countries, and compared to other similar trading hubs, property prices are less expensive, making Dubai one of the most attractive real estate investment markets worldwide.

However, whether you are a developer, investor, contractor, or private property owner, it is important to be advised by a professional on the several Real Estate laws in the United Arab Emirates. When acquiring, renting, and selling properties in a country with a wide range of residential and commercial properties, it is important to be aware of the taxes associated with it as well as the rights/obligations of investors, developers, brokers, and sellers. This is a long and complex process, and to avoid any subsequent difficulties, it is preferable to call on a lawyer as early as possible. At Thallium Legal Consultancy, our lawyers will provide the best legal expertise and guidance regarding Real Estate/Property law, notwithstanding your sector of activities.

Our lawyers have also wide experience in drafting and negotiating contracts related to this complex field and will assist you from the promise to buy/purchase to the Sale and Purchase Agreement. We can also represent various parties in real estate disputes, from investors to developers. Our experience in this aspect of law makes us more than capable of appearing before a court or an arbitral tribunal to settle disputes.

Besides, disputes between landlords and tenants are common in the UAE and can take any form, such as repair issues to non-payment and eviction. Therefore, it is important to be assisted by a lawyer to carefully study the terms of the lease agreement to understand the rights and responsibilities as a landlord or tenant. Regarding this matter, our lawyers always try to avoid going to court and favor less costly options.

At Thallium Legal Consultancy, we put our clients first and ensure their rights are being protected and advise them on the legal actions that can be taken.