Multilaw Real Estate Guide for Foreign Investors

Multilaw has released its new digital Real
Estate Guide for Foreign Investors
, which was launched at the MIPIM global
real estate event in Cannes. SyCipLaw partner Benedicto P. Panigbatan
contributed the Philippine chapter.

Multilaw has released its new digital Real Estate Guide for
Foreign Investors
, which was launched at the MIPIM global real estate event
in Cannes. SyCipLaw partner Benedicto P. Panigbatan contributed the
Philippine chapter.

This guide is brought to you by the Multilaw Real Estate Practice Group and has
been designed to help investors overcome the key challenges they may face when
managing real estate across borders. It outlines the key legal requirements in
45 jurisdictions across the globe, and the crucial things investors need to
know to buy and sell property internationally with ease.

Visit the Multilaw website to access the Philippine
chapter of the Multilaw Real Estate
Guide for Foreign Investors
and to check the chapters of other
available jurisdictions
.

Founded in 1990, Multilaw is a leading global network of carefully
selected independent law firms working together to offer the most effective way
of fulfilling clients’ international needs. Member firms pride themselves on
their legal acumen and their ability to provide practical, business-minded
advice to clients. SyCipLaw is Multilaw’s exclusive member firm in the
Philippines. Visit
the Multilaw website for more information on the network.

Benedicto
P. Panigbatan
specializes in mergers and acquisitions; foreign investments;
corporate reorganization and restructuring; real estate joint venture projects;
real estate financing involving private and government financial institutions;
documentation of loans and security arrangements such as real estate and
chattel mortgages, mortgage trust indentures, and pledge; refinancing of loans
involving entities engaged in subdivision and industrial estate development
projects; sale and purchase of non-performing assets (including real estate) of
banks and financial institutions; taxation (including estate planning and
availment of reliefs and exemptions under various tax treaties); and insurance.

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