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Latin-America Guide

Real Estate — Peru


Estudio De la Flor, García Montufar Arata & Asociados Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Moisés Arata Solís, Claudio Berastain Quevedo, Guillermo García Montúfar and Julio Salazar
- 4 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Front-running practice group with a highly experienced team advising on the full spectrum of real estate matters. Areas of particular expertise include property and land titles and land-use planning, in addition to zoning and urban renewal projects. Also frequently retained to advise on regulatory matters, particularly related to environmental issues, as well as property title clearance and proceedings before the municipalities.

Strengths Clients are quick to praise the team for its real estate practice, with one saying: "The lawyers are very competent and professional. They demonstrate an extraordinary level of commitment to the client's needs, as well as providing excellent responses both in quality and in promptness."

Others continue: "The firm is one of the best in the real estate area – the team has diverse areas of knowledge and specialisation, as well as great experience in this sector."

Significant clients Aspersud, Pacífico Compañía de Seguros, Inmobiliaria y Constructora Marcan, Grupo Lar Desarrollos Inmobiliarios, Indupark.

Notable practitioners

Co-head of department Guillermo García Montúfar remains a prominent figure in the Peruvian real estate market, garnering considerable recognition from market commentators. Clients mention that he is "intelligent and committed to the service that he provides." He is well versed in handling a number of real estate investment matters for both domestic and international clients, including contractual, transactional and regulatory issues.

Practice co-head Moisés Arata Solís' "in-depth knowledge of real estate matters really makes him stand out," according to a client. He is well known within the market for his practice assisting with property rights, registrations and urban developments. He also has particular experience in mandates before the relevant authorities, with a strong regulatory focus.

About the Team (content provided by Estudio De la Flor, García Montufar Arata & Asociados Abogados)

The firm has outstanding attorneys specialized in various property-related legal practice areas, such as land-use planning, zoning, urban development, environmental protection regulation, urban renewal project design and management, title examination (title reports), construction, preparation of building codes, application of procedures for consolidation or division of lots, property title clearance, building regulation, property regulation privatization of public enterprises.

The firm also specializes in providing advice to government agencies, multilateral lending institutions, and private agencies with respect to the formalization of real estate and business assets. Counseling includes a diagnosis of the existing of the situation of the informality in a given country or region and the design of an institutional and legal reform, which includes the preparation of the necessary laws and regulations for the implementation of the reform, as well as the re-engineering and/ or creation of new institutions in charge of the reform and the training of those institutions staff.  


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Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Carlos Carpio
- 3 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading full-service powerhouse with a renowned presence in the real estate sector. Maintains considerable strength across the complete range of mandates, including securing municipal licenses, property usage permitting and registrations. Boasts additional expertise in the acquisition of property rights, as well as expropriation processes and land invasions. Works with other departments to provide clients with a comprehensive service.

Strengths One client mentions that the team is "highly committed and offers personalised attention and a meticulous strategy in order to promptly comply with our needs. The breadth of specialties and the quality of legal advice is first class. Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano is one of the leading firms in this field."

"The performance of the firm in property and civil disputes is excellent; they solve complex problems quickly," according to a client.

Work highlights Assisted Kimberly-Clark with regulatory compliance related to the construction of two manufacturing plants, as well as representing the client in the associated municipal administrative procedures.

Advised Grupo Larco on the acquisition of land and sea rights and the acquisition of permits for the development of several large real estate projects, including the Lima Marina Club, as well as various hotels, holiday homes and yacht jetties.

Significant clients Grupo El Comercio, Transmisora Eléctrica del Sur, Luz del Sur, Pomacocha Power, Automotores Gildemeister.

Notable practitioners

Department head Carlos Carpio is valued by clients for "the support and constant assistance he provides." Another says: "He has the capacity to make complex issues appear simple and to propose alternative solutions to solve conflicts." He has particular expertise in the acquisition of land rights, urban planning, zoning and procurement of permits and licences, particularly in relation to major infrastructure projects.

Martin Mejorada is considered to be a "reference" in this market and has "impressed" clients with his real estate practice. Interviewees go on to highlight his particular knowledge of sector-related regulatory matters. He has considerable abilities in both advisory and transactional mandates, with further expertise assisting clients with dispute resolution cases, having participated in both litigations and arbitrations.

Associate-to-watch Isabel Carrascal Ríos has noteworthy experience in the real estate market, often advising clients on land titling, property management, registrations and planning.

About the Team (content provided by Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados)

Our advice to our clients in real estate matters is unique and includes all the areas of specialization that relate to this sector, with special emphasis on legal advice in urban planning, engineering, architecture, archeology, anthropology, seismic risk analysis and building fires, environmental and traffic impact, among others. Our lawyers are knowledgeable and interact with professionals from other disciplines who have been forced to pursue mega real estate projects and are included in all cases within our internal working group.

Our services include aspects of property rights and real rights (title study, acquisition of property rights), obtaining municipal licenses and property allocation permits for the intended use (zoning assignment, urban redevelopment, Construction, operating licenses, INDECI, among others) and registries to oppose the rights against third parties, all within the context of adequate tax planning and in compliance with the usual requirements of the funding agencies.

We also guarantee all necessary authorizations required by infrastructure projects, such as use of quarries, authorization to deposit excess material, involvement of roads and other roads, impact on rivers and marginal fringes, road impact studies, environmental impact studies, Certificate of non-existence of archaeological remains, among others.

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CMS GRAU - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Carolina Gajate and Raúl Ravina
- 2 partners
- approximately 16 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Deeply respected practice group with significant experience acting for clients hailing from the energy and natural resources sector, with a particular focus on those related to the mining industry. Well versed in negotiations of urban and rural projects, most notably involving infrastructure and commercial developments. Has additional knowledge of property clearance, contractual issues and surface rights acquisitions.

Strengths A client highlights the team's strengths in this area, noting: "The lawyers are responsive, detail-oriented and provide expertise on the areas you require."

Work highlights Counselled Glencore on the registration of the patrimonial rights over approximately 370 plots before the land registry.

Significant clients Credicorp Capital Fondo De Inversión Inmobiliario Perú, Rutas De Lima, Inversiones San Borja, Minera Las Bambas, Torres Unidas del Perú.

Notable practitioners

Raúl Ravina is a well-known player within the Peruvian real estate sector and is described by market sources as a "very strong practitioner," and "experienced in this field." He is highly regarded for his knowledge of mandates related to the infrastructure and mining industries.

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Estudio Echecopar - Member Firm of Baker McKenzie International - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Marco Alarcón Piana and Eduardo Barboza
- 5 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Highly regarded international firm with a solid real estate practice group. Routinely assists with complex projects, including administrative mandates regarding local regulations, as well as contract negotiations, project financing and planning, and due diligence. Team is well placed to provide assistance in sector-related dispute resolution, encompassing both litigation and arbitration.

Strengths Clients appreciate the team's strength in this practice area. One says: "I am satisfied with the service of the firm in this field – the lawyers are always available and possess notable experience."

Work highlights Represented ATC Sitios del Perú in the real estate issues involved in the development and operation of telecoms equipment and installations. This includes drafting and negotiating the long-term agreement regarding the lease and usufruct of the site, given that the structures are being constructed in public areas.

Significant clients Parque Arauco, FIBRA LUC II, Logicalis Andina, Inversiones Centenario, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.

Notable practitioners

Practice co-head Eduardo Barboza is a recognised practitioner in the local market, with clients lauding him for the "very clear advice he provides." One source adds: "I feel our company is in safe hands when we work with him." His practice spans contractual and contentious mandates.

The "excellent" associate-to-watch Jaime Miranda Gómez is valued by clients, who say he is "great at structuring the deal due to the creativity of his proposals." They go on to add: "He is business-oriented and considers the client's needs."

About the Team (content provided by Estudio Echecopar - Member Firm of Baker McKenzie International)

We advise real estate funds, developers and corporations with the financing of their portfolios, assets and projects, as well as financial institutions. Our interdisciplinary team combines urban law, tax, contractual, financial and administrative law including local government regulations, compliance and environmental issues. We are involved in some of the most interesting real estate and infrastructure projects in Peru. Our 5-partner strong team provides diverse real estate expertise in real estate contracts and disputes, in patrimonial civil law and project development and real estate finance. We also have a strong knowledge and practice in matters related to the Public Registry.

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Estudio Jorge Avendaño - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Francisco Avendaño
- approximately 4 partners
- approximately 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Long-standing boutique firm with an established reputation in the market for its expertise in a wide variety of real estate matters. Has noteworthy expertise in litigious mandates for clients from a number of sectors. Also active in project structuring and implementation, as well as leasing and purchase-sale agreements. Property rights and management are further areas of expertise.

Strengths The team garners praise from clients for its practice in the real estate arena, with one describing the lawyers as "very reachable and communicative, with an excellent knowledge of real estate matters in Peru. They provide sound, achievable solutions in a timely manner."

Notable practitioners

Francisco Avendaño is recognised as a reference in the market. He is endorsed by peers, who say: "He is an excellent lawyer that is practical and focused on finding solutions." A client says he offers "informed and accurate opinions and possesses a commercial understanding of the matters he handles." He leads the team on a number of complex transactions, including real estate acquisitions and disposals, contract negotiations and regulatory mandates.

Luis Felipe del Risco is valued by a client, who highlights "his knowledge and the clear explanations and alternatives that he provides." He has experience assisting with both urban and rural development projects for clients from a variety of industries.

About the Team (content provided by Estudio Jorge Avendaño )

Jorge Avendaño Abogados is a boutique that specializes in real estate law. Experience, soundness, professionalism and custom-tailored services are the characteristics of the firm. The Firm's practice is focused on real estate law and its different connections with other areas of law (civil, constitutional, corporate, administrative, municipal, tax, urban planning, construction, dispute resolution, among others).

It has a high degree of specialization, participating in the national debate on the major issues that this area of law faces. It has broad experience in everything that concerns property right and its derivations.

The Firm advises leading real estate and construction companies in the country, shopping centers, utilities, mining and telecommunications companies, as well as State enterprises and agencies.

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Miranda & Amado Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Claudia Lucena Mayorga
- 4 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Prestigious firm with an acclaimed presence in Peruvian real estate matters. Practice boasts a focus on both project development and transactional work, as well as sector-related disputes. Frequently advises major players on complex real estate mandates, such as property acquisitions, due diligence and land management. Also well versed in tax and public law issues, including permitting issues.

Strengths A client that has "the best opinion of the firm" specifically appreciates the team at Miranda & Amado for "its level of expertise and knowledge of real estate issues, as well as the legal and technical capacity of the lawyers, which provide an added value to the service."

Work highlights Assisted Morgan Río Capital Management with the acquisition of 16 million sq m of agricultural land in Piura, with a total project value of USD80 million.

Significant clients Terranum Capital Latin America Real Estate Fund, Telefónica del Perú, Procter & Gamble, Laureate Education, Supermercados Peruanos.

Notable practitioners

Claudia Lucena Mayorga is highly regarded by market commentators for her "in-depth knowledge of the sector." Clients single out "her thorough understanding of issues, very fast response times and the efficient service that she provides – she is always focused on the client's needs." She is well versed in real estate project development and structuring, as well as advising on regulatory elements of transactions.

Associate-to-watch Daniel Corzo has "considerable expertise in real estate issues," according to a client. Another says: "He provides fluid communication with the client and good follow-up."

A client describes the key qualities of associate-to-watch Yelitza Valdivia Oyarce as "her heavy involvement in matters and the good results she achieves." Another mentions: "She does great work, has an eye for detail and gives accurate advice."

About the Team (content provided by Miranda & Amado Abogados)

Our firm handles large and complex matters and is regularly called upon to provide one-off legal opinions on complicated real estate issues. We advise on permits and licences, due diligence, sale and purchase of properties, urban and rural land, and real estate projects. We stand out for our experience advising on the development of housing projects and the sale, purchase and lease of commercial property.


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Chehade Abogados & Consultores - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Ramón Chehade Herrera
- 2 partners
- 2 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Established firm with significant experience in the development of urban projects, with considerable strength in urban restructuring and construction certificates, as well as the acquisition and disposal of real estate assets. Additionally adept in real estate planning, sanitation infrastructure, zoning and licensing at a municipal level.

Strengths Clients hold the team in high regard due to its "specialisation in the real estate sector, its ability to design strategies based on detailed analysis of the situation and its committed attitude and experience."

Work highlights Counselled Canamont on the USD15 million acquisition of three plots of land for a hotel development project.

Significant clients Hipermercados Tottus, Universal Textil, Oriental Conquistadores, Inmobiliaria JBL, Nestlé Perú.

Notable practitioners

Department head Ramón Chehade Herrera is singled out by clients, who assert that "he has the ability to interpret strategies and draw conclusions based on solid arguments." They continue: "He is cautious, persuasive and analytical." He centres his practice on mandates within urban areas, including assisting clients with zoning, planning and environmental management matters.

Associate-to-watch Manuel Madrid is highlighted by a client "for his professionalism and good management of real estate mandates." He is well placed to advise clients on regulatory matters involving the municipal authorities.

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DLA Piper Pizarro Botto Escobar - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Hernán Velarde Schwartzmann
- 1 partner
- 4 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Significant practice with expertise in a variety of real estate matters ranging from the sale and purchase of land to the development and financing of projects. Further activity includes advising on leases, due diligence, contract negotiations and title clearance. Draws upon the firm's expertise in infrastructure and construction mandates to assist clients.

Strengths A client emphasises that "the firm has an extraordinary ability when it comes to handling problems and obstacles that may arise during the development of a real estate project. The team is responsive and extremely efficient – I couldn't ask for more."

Work highlights Acted for Hemisferio Inversiones on a negotiation with BBVA Banco Continental for the partial release of USD5 million held in a trust as guarantee for the financing of a hotel in Miraflores.

Significant clients Actual Fondo Perú, Rodrigo y Asociados, Tiendas por Departamento Ripley, Viva GyM, Armas - Doomo Inversiones.

Notable practitioners

Hernán Velarde Schwartzmann is highly regarded by clients, who mention that "he is always available, has sound knowledge of the real estate market and is well versed in interacting with professionals from related fields, including engineers and architects."

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Lazo, De Romaña & CMB Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: José Antonio Jaramillo
- 1 partner
- 11 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Noteworthy experience advising on a broad spectrum of real estate mandates, including property purchase and disposal, the development of urban construction projects and a variety of regulatory issues, such as environmental protection matters. Also well placed to provide assistance with real estate development financing.

Strengths A client highlights that the team offers the "combination of very good, experienced lawyers with great technical skills that can provide practical and effective advice, together with a client-oriented service."

Work highlights Represented Inversiones Centenario in the refurbishment of the Camino Real shopping centre, including analysis of land quality, land use regulations and license acquisitions.

Significant clients Cemex, TAMBO+, GRE VES, 3M, Le Cordon Bleu.

Notable practitioners

Practice head José Antonio Jaramillo maintains his visibility in the real estate market and is well regarded by clients for his "in-depth knowledge and assertive advice." Others point out that "he has very good interpersonal skills and can manage contentious situations with confidence."

Associate-to-watch Laura Francia possesses a sound understanding of administrative law related to the real estate sector. She is additionally experienced in project planning and development mandates.

About the Team (content provided by Lazo, De Romaña & CMB Abogados)

We offer legal advice on all areas of the real estate industry, including sales and acquisitions (of developed and undeveloped real estate), leasing, creation of mortgages, real estate management, commercial and industrial leasing, among others. Our advice is not limited to the regulatory framework of this industry, but also to the business, per se, which facilitates the understanding of our clients´ needs and the sector problematic itself.

We represent foreign and domestic companies, institutional investors, financial institutions, high-net worth individuals and private equity real estate funds. Our expertise includes legal due diligence, compliance of environmental standards, water use rights, permits, licenses and declaration before the authorities of the corresponding competent sectors, drafting and negotiation of all necessary agreements.

Our team is highly qualified for providing answers on legal issues connected to the real estate practice such as Financial Restructuring, Bankruptcy Law, Tax Law, Corporate Law, Securitization and other connected areas.



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Muñiz, Olaya, Meléndez, Castro, Ono & Herrera Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Yuri Vega Mere
- 5 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Well-regarded full-service firm with a significant real estate practice. Often advises domestic and international investors, construction companies and real estate developers on transactional matters in the market. Additionally well positioned to advise on contract negotiations, project development and regulatory mandates.

Strengths Clients of the firm state that "the team is well versed in a number of real estate matters, including regulations, and is particularly involved in urban mandates. They have a notable strategic capacity and a high professional quality."

Work highlights Assisted Compass Group with the development of a residential project in the district of San Borja. The value of the matter is USD49 million.

Significant clients Inversiones Nacionales de Turismo, Compass Group, Ibarcena Group, Hyatt Hotels, Edifica Group.

Notable practitioners

Yuri Vega Mere is a well-recognised practitioner within the Peruvian real estate market and is described by interviewees as "a very well-rounded lawyer with a high level of knowledge in this field and good negotiation skills." He has considerable experience in contractual and transactional mandates.

About the Team (content provided by Muñiz, Olaya, Meléndez, Castro, Ono & Herrera Abogados)

We provide advice on the design and implementation of real estate projects, including shopping malls, condominium and housing development projects, office projects, vacation home projects, etc. We are also entrusted with the preparation and negotiation of project management agreements, construction agreements, and all types of supplementary contracts, including the permits required to develop and implement real estate projects.

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Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría - Real Estate Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Luis Peschiera, Jorge Reátegui and Manuel Ugarte
- 3 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Respected regional firm with a broad-ranging real estate practice. Has considerable abilities in project financing, as well as contract negotiations and urban land acquisitions. Further areas of strength include land redistribution, licensing and administrative proceedings related to this sector. Rural real estate mandates are a particular focus.

Strengths Clients appreciate the comprehensive service provided by the team. One says: "The team assists us not only with the legal matters but also with the technical aspects of the deal, which guarantees that we receive a thorough level of advice. The lawyers have good understanding of the sector and are available and flexible when required."

Work highlights Advised Ingleby Perú on a USD4.1 million 518 hectare land acquisition for the H2Olmos project. The land will be used for agricultural development, enabling the project to comply with its sustainability requirements.

Significant clients MetLife, IHI Perú, Lindley Corporation, Compañía de Inversiones y Desarrollo Sur, Quanta Services Perú.

Notable practitioners

Market commentators point to practice head Jorge Reátegui's visibility and market standing, and he is held in high regard for his focus in this sector. He has considerable knowledge of rural property matters and is well versed in advising clients from the natural resources industry.

About the Team (content provided by Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría)

The area provides advice in all legal aspects related to the structuring and development of real estate projects.

With a solid reputation in the real estate sector (national and international), Real Estate Law has intervened in the most relevant operations of the last years, both in the Colombian market and in the Chilean market, covering, among others, the following aspects:

• Structuring of projects and real estate investments as well as their financing.

• Advice on the development of project management (covering all matters related to the construction, promotion, financing and investment of residential assets, offices, business parks, logistics, hotels, resorts, shopping centers).

• Legal advice to investors, financiers, investment funds (institutional and private), real estate companies and end users.

II. Practice of Urban Law.

The area of ​​Urban Law advises public and private entities in the areas of planning, land management, implementation of planning and land management tools and procedures. We work in continuous and close collaboration with the area of ​​Real Estate Law which also has a great autonomy of advice and specific clientele.

The advice is made from multidisciplinary teams formed by lawyers specializing in urban, real estate, tax and environmental law.

We have advised the urban development of large tourist and hotel projects, residential, commercial and office and mixed and industrial, among others, both in the Colombian market and in the Chilean market.

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Arbe Abogados Corporativos Financieros - Real Estate Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Francisco Gálvez Ruiz-Huidobro
- 1 partner
- 2 other qualified lawyer

What the team is known for Key real estate practice with considerable knowledge of the acquisition and development of urban projects, as well as joint ventures and financing mandates. Has experience advising a broad clientele including real estate corporations, housing development funds and companies involved in the infrastructure sector.

Work highlights Counselled Inversiones Sierra Bonita on the development of the Terrazas del Mantaro housing project.

Significant clients Grupo Crea, Inmobiliaria HMC Perú, Los Portales, Inmobiliaria Pionero Uno, Western Construction.

Notable practitioners

Department head Francisco Gálvez Ruiz-Huidobro has considerable experience in the Peruvian legal market, centring his practice on a range of matters, including real estate project structuring and financing. He is particularly well versed in the construction industry.

About the Team (content provided by Arbe Abogados Corporativos Financieros)

The firm specialises in financing process of real estate projects via private equity or capital markets. The team has a detailed knowledge of how to structure joint venture and association contracts for these matters.

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Carrera, Pinatte & Baca-Álvarez Abogados S.C.R.L. - Real Estate Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Jorge Baca-Alvarez, German Carrera Rey and Luis Mejia Servan
- 3 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Real estate practice includes considerable experience handling the structuring, planning and negotiation of transactions. Well placed to handle project financing, land use regulation and registration procedures. Represents a broad range of clients, including companies involved in the mining, construction and retail sectors.

Strengths Clients commend the firm for its practice in this area. One remarks: "The lawyers have great knowledge of local real estate issues and are well organised, which allows them to provide timely responses."

Work highlights Assisted Minas Buenaventura with a number of real estate issues related to the Tambomayo mining project, including an ownership survey, land acquisition and related disputes.

Significant clients IBT Group, Gerpal, Asociación Naútica Deportiva Los Delfines, Transportes 77, PRAGA Desarrollo Inmobiliario.

Notable practitioners

Jorge Baca-Alvarez, German Carrera Rey and Luis Mejia Servan are the key client contacts.

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De Bracamonte, Haaker, Castellares Abogados - Real Estate Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Ricardo Haaker and Christian Castellares
- 2 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Established practice within the Peruvian market maintaining its expertise assisting clients with urban and rural land acquisition, project structuring and related due diligence. Additional abilities encompass the formation of real estate trusts and administrative mandates such as permit approvals and property registration.

Strengths A client is quick to highlight the firm for its real estate practice, noting: "The lawyers have the sophisticated and in-depth knowledge of this area of law necessary to handle complex matters in a timely manner."

Work highlights Acted for Banco Internacional del Perú, as trustee of an area of land in which Bryson Hills will develop the third phase of a real estate project, on the structuring and negotiation of the agreements with the developer.

Significant clients Fondo Mi Vivienda, Grupo Inmobiliari, Arte Express y Compañía, Parque Arauco, Quimera Inmobiliaria.

Notable practitioners

Associate-to-watch Luis Fernando Edwards is valued by clients, who say "he has in-depth knowledge, is creative when it comes to forming complex real estate structures and also has great negotiation skills, which are key factors in the success of the transactions."

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Estudio Olaechea - Real Estate Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Rossana Natteri
- 1 partner
- 5 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Significant experience in the real estate sector with considerable knowledge of transactional and contractual mandates, including project structuring, leasing and financing. Client roster incorporates investors, property consultants and real estate corporations. Additionally well positioned to advise on contentious matters.

Strengths The firm is singled out by a clients, who says: "We are very satisfied with the work that the team produces, which is always of a high standard. The lawyers respond very quickly and provide sound advice."

Work highlights Advised W Capital SAFI, as investor, on the development and construction of a project including 156 apartments for housing purposes, 104 parking lots and 64 storage spaces in Lima, including assisting with the partnership agreement and real estate due diligence prior to securing the investment for the development.

Significant clients Akko Group, Albemarco, San Fernando, Gerpal, Cushman & Wakefield Perú.

Notable practitioners

Rossana Natteri is the key client contact.

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Rubio Leguía Normand - Real Estate Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Milagros Maraví, Bruno Marchese and Carolina Saenz
- 3 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Assists clients from a number of industrial sectors, including mining, construction and infrastructure, with real estate mandates. Areas of specialisation encompass regulatory issues and acquisitions of land rights, permits and licences, as well as contractual agreements. Also experienced in related dispute resolution matters.

Strengths The real estate team at Rubio Leguía Normand garners praise from clients. One says: "The lawyers provide an outstanding service, not only because of their knowledge, but also their in-depth comprehension of the social issues around the acquisition of land in Peru. They are committed and have the ability to provide commercially viable solutions."

Work highlights Assisted Asociación Los Andes de Cajamarca with the development of 'El Tingo' hospital. The firm advised on the due diligence of the land and on the EPC agreement with Consorcio Minería y Construcción El Tingo.

Significant clients Minera Yanacocha, Minera Chinalco Perú, Cinemark del Perú, Asociación Cultural Peruano Británica, Torres Unidas del Perú.

Notable practitioners

Associate-to-watch Carolina Saenz is endorsed by clients for her long-standing involvement in the real estate sector, with them particularly highlighting her experience in advising mining companies. She is notably well versed in contractual mandates, with strength in negotiations.

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Our Real Estate team provides legal services to a wide range of clients in every aspect related to real estate transactions, including the analysis of title and land regulatory issues, the negotiation and transfer of property and in rem rights in general and dispute solution regarding in rem rights. It also provides field services, of site analysis and surveys.

Rubio´s large client portfolio, makes us a premier provider of all real estate matters involving the mining, industrial, telecommunication, construction, real estate development, infrastructure, and energy sectors.

We are experts in providing our clients with a comprehensive service, which includes permanent and expert insights regarding land and land rights for our client’s projects and operations, including negotiations with peasant communities, settlers, and district, provincial, and regional Governments.

Our Real Estate team has the ability to adjust its transactions to different cultural and social worldviews, which results into an alignment between our client’s interests and its relevant stakeholder’s interests enabling negotiations between the parties and prevent social conflicts from erupting.

Rubio´s success in achieving the goals of our clients with respect to land usage and acquisition is our most relevant credential, as well as the fact that clients seek our services for the development of the most sophisticated issues regarding the industries listed above.

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Band 1

Francisco Avendaño

Estudio Jorge Avendaño

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Francisco Avendaño is recognised as a reference in the market. He is endorsed by peers, who say: "He is an excellent lawyer that is practical and focused on finding solutions." A client says he offers "informed and accurate opinions and possesses a commercial understanding of the matters he handles." He leads the team on a number of complex transactions, including real estate acquisitions and disposals, contract negotiations and regulatory mandates.

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Band 1

Guillermo García Montúfar

Estudio De la Flor, García Montufar Arata & Asociados Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Co-head of department Guillermo García Montúfar remains a prominent figure in the Peruvian real estate market, garnering considerable recognition from market commentators. Clients mention that he is "intelligent and committed to the service that he provides." He is well versed in handling a number of real estate investment matters for both domestic and international clients, including contractual, transactional and regulatory issues.

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Band 2

Moisés Arata Solís

Estudio De la Flor, García Montufar Arata & Asociados Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Practice co-head Moisés Arata Solís' "in-depth knowledge of real estate matters really makes him stand out," according to a client. He is well known within the market for his practice assisting with property rights, registrations and urban developments. He also has particular experience in mandates before the relevant authorities, with a strong regulatory focus.

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Band 2

Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Department head Carlos Carpio is valued by clients for "the support and constant assistance he provides." Another says: "He has the capacity to make complex issues appear simple and to propose alternative solutions to solve conflicts." He has particular expertise in the acquisition of land rights, urban planning, zoning and procurement of permits and licences, particularly in relation to major infrastructure projects.

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Band 2

Ramón Chehade Herrera

Chehade Abogados & Consultores

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Department head Ramón Chehade Herrera is singled out by clients, who assert that "he has the ability to interpret strategies and draw conclusions based on solid arguments." They continue: "He is cautious, persuasive and analytical." He centres his practice on mandates within urban areas, including assisting clients with zoning, planning and environmental management matters.

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Band 2

Claudia Lucena Mayorga

Miranda & Amado Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Claudia Lucena Mayorga is highly regarded by market commentators for her "in-depth knowledge of the sector." Clients single out "her thorough understanding of issues, very fast response times and the efficient service that she provides – she is always focused on the client's needs." She is well versed in real estate project development and structuring, as well as advising on regulatory elements of transactions.

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Band 2

Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Martin Mejorada is considered to be a "reference" in this market and has "impressed" clients with his real estate practice. Interviewees go on to highlight his particular knowledge of sector-related regulatory matters. He has considerable abilities in both advisory and transactional mandates, with further expertise assisting clients with dispute resolution cases, having participated in both litigations and arbitrations.

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Band 3

Estudio Echecopar - Member Firm of Baker McKenzie International

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Practice co-head Eduardo Barboza is a recognised practitioner in the local market, with clients lauding him for the "very clear advice he provides." One source adds: "I feel our company is in safe hands when we work with him." His practice spans contractual and contentious mandates.

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Band 3

CMS GRAU

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Raúl Ravina is a well-known player within the Peruvian real estate sector and is described by market sources as a "very strong practitioner," and "experienced in this field." He is highly regarded for his knowledge of mandates related to the infrastructure and mining industries.

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Band 4

Luis Felipe del Risco

Estudio Jorge Avendaño

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Luis Felipe del Risco is valued by a client, who highlights "his knowledge and the clear explanations and alternatives that he provides." He has experience assisting with both urban and rural development projects for clients from a variety of industries.

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Band 4

Francisco Gálvez Ruiz-Huidobro

Arbe Abogados Corporativos Financieros

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Department head Francisco Gálvez Ruiz-Huidobro has considerable experience in the Peruvian legal market, centring his practice on a range of matters, including real estate project structuring and financing. He is particularly well versed in the construction industry.

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Band 4

José Antonio Jaramillo

Lazo, De Romaña & CMB Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Practice head José Antonio Jaramillo maintains his visibility in the real estate market and is well regarded by clients for his "in-depth knowledge and assertive advice." Others point out that "he has very good interpersonal skills and can manage contentious situations with confidence."  

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Band 4

María de los Ángeles Murillo

Estudio Murillo Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

María de los Ángeles Murillo of Estudio Murillo Abogados has in-depth knowledge of real estate law, centring her practice on matters in urban areas. She is highly thought of by market commentators, who commend her activity and experience in this sector and state: "She is extremely capable and deserves recognition."

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Band 4

Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Market commentators point to practice head Jorge Reátegui's visibility and market standing, and he is held in high regard for his focus in this sector. He has considerable knowledge of rural property matters and is well versed in advising clients from the natural resources industry.

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Band 4

Muñiz, Olaya, Meléndez, Castro, Ono & Herrera Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Yuri Vega Mere is a well-recognised practitioner within the Peruvian real estate market and is described by interviewees as "a very well-rounded lawyer with a high level of knowledge in this field and good negotiation skills." He has considerable experience in contractual and transactional mandates.

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Band 4

Hernán Velarde Schwartzmann

DLA Piper Pizarro Botto Escobar

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Hernán Velarde Schwartzmann is highly regarded by clients, who mention that "he is always available, has sound knowledge of the real estate market and is well versed in interacting with professionals from related fields, including engineers and architects."

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Associates to watch

Isabel Carrascal Ríos

Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Isabel Carrascal Ríos has noteworthy experience in the real estate market, often advising clients on land titling, property management, registrations and planning.

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Associates to watch

Miranda & Amado Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Daniel Corzo has "considerable expertise in real estate issues," according to a client. Another says: "He provides fluid communication with the client and good follow-up."

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Associates to watch

Luis Fernando Edwards

De Bracamonte, Haaker, Castellares Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Luis Fernando Edwards is valued by clients, who say "he has in-depth knowledge, is creative when it comes to forming complex real estate structures and also has great negotiation skills, which are key factors in the success of the transactions."

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Associates to watch

Lazo, De Romaña & CMB Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Laura Francia possesses a sound understanding of administrative law related to the real estate sector. She is additionally experienced in project planning and development mandates.

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Associates to watch

Chehade Abogados & Consultores

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Manuel Madrid is highlighted by a client "for his professionalism and good management of real estate mandates." He is well placed to advise clients on regulatory matters involving the municipal authorities.

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Associates to watch

Jaime Miranda Gómez

Estudio Echecopar - Member Firm of Baker McKenzie International

From the Chambers Latin America guide

The "excellent" associate-to-watch Jaime Miranda Gómez is valued by clients, who say he is "great at structuring the deal due to the creativity of his proposals." They go on to add: "He is business-oriented and considers the client's needs."

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Associates to watch

Rubio Leguía Normand

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Associate-to-watch Carolina Saenz is endorsed by clients for her long-standing involvement in the real estate sector, with them particularly highlighting her experience in advising mining companies. She is notably well versed in contractual mandates, with strength in negotiations.

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Associates to watch

Yelitza Valdivia Oyarce

Miranda & Amado Abogados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

A client describes the key qualities of associate-to-watch Yelitza Valdivia Oyarce as "her heavy involvement in matters and the good results she achieves." Another mentions: "She does great work, has an eye for detail and gives accurate advice."

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