Mondaq Middle East & Africa: Real Estate and Construction
Al Tamimi & Company
Al Tamimi & Company proudly published a real estate guide called ‘Know Your Rights for Real Estate Investors in Dubai' in collaboration with the Dubai Land Department on 3 April 2017 (‘Guide').
Mahayni
The Circular reminds financial institutions of the importance of explaining to Customers the nature of Products, their costs, anticipated benefits and risks.
Mahayni
Pursuant to Royal Decree No. M/4 dated 24 November 2015 and to Council of Ministers Decision No. 377 dated 13 June 2016, the Saudi Arabian legislator issued the White Land Tax Law (the "Law") and its implementing regulations (the "Regulations").
Al Tamimi
The great property upswing of the past few years followed by the recent downturn, has caused legislators in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ("KSA") to take note, and, as a result, beneficial lessons have been learned.
Al Tamimi
On 16 November 2014, H.H. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, the Crown Prince in the Emirate of Sharjah, issued Executive Council Resolution No. 26 of 2014...
ENSafrica
The draft regulations refer to, and have attached to them, various forms that prescribe how these requests may be obtained.
Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes
The notes below are summaries of the most relevant of the practical provisions for estate agents and other property practitioners.
Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes
Recently in Lester v Ndlambe Municipality and another, the Supreme Court of Appeal held that a court hearing an application in terms of section 21 of the Building Regulations and Building Standards Act ...
Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes
This matter deals with the clash of interests between a developer of a township and the local authority who used a neighbouring (undeveloped) township for informal settlements.
Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes
If an individual owns land exceeding that limit, the government will buy the surplus land and redistribute it.
Shikana Law Group
In the wake of economic globalization, we continue to witness a flow of foreign investors into the United Republic of Tanzania.
Shikana Law Group
The construction industry in Tanzania is composed of a myriad of stakeholders and regulations.
Clyde & Co
With increasing interest in the Tanzanian construction market from China, understanding the local law requirements, agreements and registrations can be the first hurdle to project success.
Mayer Brown
While a stable government, substantial mineral resources, tourism and agriculture have all played a part in making Tanzania one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, with current annual GDP growth in the region of 7%, it is the energy sector that is expected to grab the headlines.
ENSafrica
Below, we summarise this new legal requirement.
Hassan Elhais
Dubai has long been a popular location for investors, especially expatriates.
STA Law Firm
It is not strange to find Dubai to be investors' favorite choice when it comes to real estate investment. Earning the name as one of the fastest developing cities in the world with limitless skyscrapers ...
Hassan Elhais
The conventional wisdom about the UAE is that it was built on oil first and property second. The country's most populous city Dubai is a living shrine to the role property has played in building...
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
We revisit the regulations for green buildings in Dubai.
STA Law Firm
Previously, laws concerning off-plan property sales in Abu Dhabi was a legal blind-spot that caused ambiguity and failure in securing the interests of the investors.
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STA Law Firm
It is not strange to find Dubai to be investors' favorite choice when it comes to real estate investment. Earning the name as one of the fastest developing cities in the world with limitless skyscrapers ...
Hassan Elhais
The conventional wisdom about the UAE is that it was built on oil first and property second. The country's most populous city Dubai is a living shrine to the role property has played in building...
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Premiums to be paid for insuring high-rise buildings in Dubai would rise next year, following a number of building fires in Dubai, including the Torch Tower in the Marina area, which caught fire in August for the second time in two years. But the increases are expected to be moderate.
Deloitte Nigeria
We therefore advise that all stakeholders commence compliance with the revised WHT rates of 5%.
Beale & Company (Middle East)
The United Arab Emirates, a popular tax haven, will succumb to its first direct tax- the value added tax. The New Year will ring in a VAT in the UAE at a moderate rate of 5% (worldwide VAT levels range from 0% to 25%).
Hassan Elhais
Dubai has long been a popular location for investors, especially expatriates.
Shikana Law Group
The construction industry in Tanzania is composed of a myriad of stakeholders and regulations.
ENSafrica
On Friday, 2 June 2017, a notice (GNR.489) was published in Government Gazette No. 40883, which contains guidelines/explanatory notes in relation to the Construction Regulations, 2014.
Perchstone & Graeys
Notwithstanding the current global financial meltdown, the Nigerian economy is developing.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
We revisit the regulations for green buildings in Dubai.
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