Law firm for real estate and commercial law

Glock Liphart Probst & Partner stands for competent advice in real estate law as well as in core areas of commercial law.

Our PUBLIC LAW, PRIVATE CONSTRUCTION LAW, LEASE & CONDOMINIUM LAW and REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION LAW teams cover all aspects of real estate law. Project development, award procedures, construction, leasing and selling – Glock Liphart Probst & Partner has profound legal expertise in all these areas, earned through many years of experience and always up-to-date.

With our COMMERCIAL LAW team, we also offer individual solutions to promote the success of your company, especially in the areas of labour law, corporate law, insurance claims and IP/media. We also advise on INHERITANCE LAW and FAMILY LAW.

We advise and represent companies, public corporations and private individuals.

Glock Liphart Probst & Partner

We, Glock Liphart Probst & Partner, can count ourselves among the established medium-sized law firms in Munich. Our firm’s consensus of values, which has grown over decades, is characterised by mutual trust, reliability and a sense of entrepreneurship. A continuous exchange of knowledge and experience and our excellent external network ensure comprehensive legal support and representation in projects and mandates.

Our work is characterised by fairness, transparency and a strong economic understanding. Building mutual trust is a main priority in everything we do. We provide sound and practical legal advice, developing a basis for decision-making that expands our clients’ options and gives them real added value.

Glock Liphart Probst & Partner has stood for quality, commitment and continuity since our founding in 1961. The mural by Hamish Fulton: “BRAIN HEART LUNGS”, with which we welcome our clients in the reception area of our office, is our motivation and aspiration: True to our guiding principle, we support our clients with brain, passion and perseverance and contribute to their success.

Awards

Recognition is a pleasure – especially when it comes from a competent source: 

Not only our clients, but also renowned market observers repeatedly attest Glock Liphart Probst & Partner an excellent standing, high professional quality and great expertise. We earn these ratings every day in cooperation with our clients, with a high level of commitment as well as creative solution orientation – with a clear focus on the economic and other objectives of our clients. 

This year, the Handelsblatt awarded our partners Dr Peter Eichhorn and Rudolf Häusler, each of whom is a specialist lawyer for administrative law, as “Best Lawyers” in the field of “Public Building and Planning Law”. 

Glock Liphart Probst & Partner is also regularly mentioned in the JUVE Handbook of Commercial Law Firms, in particular with reference to its “very good reputation in environmental and planning law, with a focus on urban development projects”. Here, too, the partners Dr. Peter Eichhorn and Rudolf Häusler are highlighted as “often recommended” (cf. the JUVE-Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien 2021/2022 issue).

Draft Regulation of the Bavarian State Government on Section 250 of the Federal Building Code

The provision of the still relatively new Section 250 of the German Federal Building Code (BauGB), which entered into force on June 23, 2021, opens up the possibility for the State governments to introduce a reservation of approval for the formation or division of residential property or part ownership pursuant to Section 1 of the Residential Property Law (Wohnungseigentumsgesetz, WEG) in areas with tight housing markets within the meaning of Section 201a sentence 3 and sentence 4 of the BauGB, by means of a statutory ordinance.

The Munich Building Land Model SoBoN 2021

The housing shortage prompted the City Council of the City of Munich to pass the SoBoN (Socially Just Land Use = SoBoN) at the beginning of 1994, stipulating that and how the beneficiaries of a development plan procedure (B-plan procedures) should share in the municipal burdens associated with new residential building rights and how to ensure a floor area share of subsidized housing.

HOAI minimum rates apply to all contracts concluded before 2021!

In rulings dated June 2, 2022 (Ref. VII ZR 174/19, VII ZR 12/21 and VII ZR 229/19), the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) decided that the binding price law of the HOAI 2013 (and thus also the predecessor versions 2009 and 2002/1996) continues to apply between private parties.

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