The Grand-Chêne law firm has a long and solid experience in construction and real estate law. In particular, some of the partners regularly advise public authorities in matters of land use planning and represent them in proceedings. In the same way, the firm advises and represents private individuals or building companies, as well as third parties who can assert their rights in the context of the various authorization procedures in the field of land development.
In addition to this activity, the firm also assists large companies active in the field of construction as well as individuals in private law disputes in the field of construction. This activity ranges from legal hypothecation to defects and deficiencies, as well as overruns of estimates and disputes concerning architects’ and engineers’ fees. The Grand-Chêne law firm is thus able to provide technical and practical expertise based on its extensive and uninterrupted experience in construction law disputes. Finally, the firm is also active in real estate law (real estate sales, brokerage contracts, lease contracts, etc.), including disputes concerning real rights and complementary cantonal legislation.