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Luxembourg Real Estate Conference

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Nathalie Prüm-Carré at the Luxembourg Real Estate Conference

Partner Nathalie Prüm-Carré was a speaker at a conference on real estate in Luxembourg organised by IFE. Over the course of two days, various experts from real estate management services, consultants and legal services held a series of seminars on the current state of the real estate market, regulations and practices in Luxembourg.

Nathalie held a seminar, with practical examples, on which steps to take when faced with a polluted piece of land. How do you know if a site is polluted, who is the holder of a polluted plot, who will cover the clean-up costs, what is in store for polluted sites with the upcoming new legislation on the matter.

The amended Laws of 10 June 1999 and 21 March 2012, provide a major answer to these questions. However, the current regulatory set-up may be amended by a new bill of law and aims, in particular, to introduce new references to the definition of polluted land.

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