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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

ROALD AMUNDSENS GATE 6, PO BOX 1369 VIKA, 0161 OSLO, NORWAY
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Work +47 23 23 90 90
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Oslo, Sandvika-Bærum
Brækhus Advokatfirma DA, Eirik Espenes, Oslo, NORWAY

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Eirik Espenes

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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

Work Department

Real estate and Construction

Position

Eirik Espenes is head of the department for real estate and construction. He mainly works with counselling and legal processes within these areas.

Espenes has experience with transaction and lease of all types of property, development of building projects, public planning and building permits, construction and all other activities associated with property development

Espenes has brought many cases before the courts and arbitration within a wide range of issues, including issues purchase, sale and rental, construction, trade services, neighbour law, the public roads act, real estate agent act etc.

Espenes has experience as manager and board member of several residential and commercial properties in Oslo and Akershus.

Espenes has been CEO and real estate agent at a real estate agency (2007-2013), specializing in development and sale of housing projects.

 

Career

2013 - Partner and lawyer, Brækhus Dege law firm

2007 – 2013 Partner and lawyer, Horgen law firm

2007 – 2013 CEO, Tostrupgården real estate agency AS

2004 – 2007 Lawyer, Horgen law firm

2000 – 2004 Associate, Horgen law firm

1993 Sergeant and second lieutenant, Norwegian armed forces


Norway

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Brækhus Advokatfirma DA is highly regarded for its property development and management expertise; the group advised Gol Skipark on the development of a ski resort. Eirik Espenes leads the team.

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