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AV. BRIGADEIRO FARIA LIMA 1355, 18Âș ANDAR, CEP 01452-002 SÃO PAULO, SP, BRAZIL
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KLA Advogados, Pedro Cortez, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

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Pedro Cortez

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Practice Areas: Dispute Resolution, Real Estate.

Position

Partner at KLA - Koury Lopes Advogados.

Career

Pedro Cortez has more than 45 years of experience in real estate law, having acted in innumerous real estate transactions of several types. Active role as consultant on legislative processes and as a strategist on real estate matters. Cortez is an expert in zoning and land-use law, nationwide recognized as an expert in real estate complexes structures.

He worked at Advocacia Arlindo de Carvalho Pinto, 1970-2002, and at KLA Advogados, since 2002.

Languages

English.

Member

Member of the Legal Committee of the Real Estate Developers Association of São Paulo (SECOVI); Member of the Council for the Preservation of the City of São Paulo Historical, Cultural and Environmental Heritage (CONPRESP). Bar Admission: Brazil (São Paulo, 1970).

Education

Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo, LLB, 1968; Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo, Specialist in Civil Law, 1975.


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Real estate

Within: Leading individuals

Pedro Cortez - KLA Advogados

Within: Real estate

The 'strong' real estate lawyers at KLA Advogados are 'able to communicate easily with lawyers and non-lawyers in a very professional way'. 2018 saw the well-established team acting for new and longstanding clients. For recent client SOMOS Educação, a team advised on the regularisation of 30 education units in various states. Elsewhere, Ricardo Stuber advised Habitasec Securitizadora on CRI-related matters. Pedro Cortez, Marc Stalder and Rodrigo Pontes are 'well-recognised and tested lawyers in the Brazilian market'. Associates Tomaz Matheus and Carla Fernandes are also recommended.

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