Real Estate Law

A contract for the future transfer of the right of ownership of immovable property may be concluded orally by the Supreme Court

The new Civil Code which came in force since 2014 has significantly expanded the number of informal legal negotiations. With some statutory exceptions, it is up to the contracting parties to decide whether to conclude, for example, an oral contract instead of a written contract. Since the choice of any form of legal negotiation also applies to a contract for a future contract, there is some uncertainty as to whether the principle of formless legal negotiations also applies to situations where the law requires a special form for a subsequent implementation contract, in this case a written form for the transfer of the right of ownership of immovable property.
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