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Your specialised lawyers and “Fachanwälte” (legal specialists) focusing on tenancy law in Berlin and Villingen-Schwenningen

We are your specialist lawyers for tenancy law in Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf and Villingen-Schwenningen. We represent as lawyers tenants, landlords and real property managers in Berlin and Brandenburg on the one hand and in Villingen-Schwenningen and the surrounding area on the other hand.

Your established specialists for all questions concerning tenancy law

Thanks to our high degree of specialisation in the areas of tenancy law and residential property law, we achieve optimal results for our clients. Both tenancy law and residential property law are characterised by the fact that the contractual relationship often continues after the conclusion of the legal dispute. We therefore strive to find solutions in dialogue with the opposing party. We advise and represent you in particular, but not conclusively, on the following questions:

May I reduce the rent due to a defect and if so, how much?
Is the termination of the rent contract effective?
May the rent be increased?
Do cosmetic repairs have to be carried out in the apartment or in the business premises?

As lawyers, we will of course also represent you if legal proceedings cannot be avoided. You may regard us in every respect as particularly reliable partners who are able to enforce your claims with great commitment.

Our expertise in the areas of labour law, real estate law, banking and capital market law and insurance law

Based on our specialisation in tenancy law, the lawyers in our firm have deepened their experience in further specialist areas and expanded their skills. In doing so, we make use of our many years of professional experience as lawyers to provide you with optimal advice and representation also in matters of labour law, real estate law, banking and capital market law and insurance law. At the same time, this expansion of our competencies means that we are able to open up our special area tenancy law from an additional side.

Just as in the area of tenancy law, we attach great importance to consistently deepening and expanding our knowledge in the areas of labour law, real estate law, banking and capital market law and insurance law through continuous further training. Mr Daryai, lawyer, has completed the theoretical part for obtaining the title “Fachanwalt” (legal specialist) in labour law. Mr Kuo has completed the third state examination/notary’s examination, with a focus on real estate law. Ms Winker-Wälde is a “Fachanwältin” (legal specialist) for banking law and capital market law. Ms Schmietendorf is currently completing the theoretical examination for obtaining the title of “Fachanwältin” in insurance law.

Our specialists will competently advise and represent you in all questions of labour law, real estate law, banking and capital market law and insurance law.

Rental

Residential and Commercial

The tenancy has become increasingly important in recent years and is the focus of our activities. Under the keyword “Rent” you will find, among other things, information on all aspects of this topic: defects, termination, service charge settlement and cosmetic repairs.

Residential Tenancy Law
Commercial Leasing Law


Real properties

Purchasing and selling

In times of scarce living space, it is becoming increasingly attractive to purchase a property. We advise purchasers and vendors of apartments and land, represent your interests as an owner and owners’ association and help you in disputes with the estate agent.

Property Law


Labour

For Employees

We are also happy to advise you on all questions relating to labour law. Contact us on topics such as the conclusion of an employment contract, termination, warning, legal action against fixed-term employment contracts, severance pay on termination, holiday entitlement and the drafting of recommendations.

Labor Law


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