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FRELA provides assistance in real estate law by assisting you in drafting and/or reviewing the acquisition contract for businesses and professionals.

Are you planning to purchase a commercial property?

FRELA handles the drafting and/or reviewing of your acquisition contract. We ensure that your acquisition contracts are secure and optimized to your advantage, taking into account your specific needs. FRELA helps you avoid pitfalls, reduces the likelihood of disputes, addresses tax and legal constraints, and ensures your obligations and rights are taken into account.

Acquisitions of real estate properties must be concluded through a written agreement: the real estate purchase contract or acquisition contract. The buyer initially makes an offer, and the seller can choose to accept or reject it. The purpose of the document is to outline what the buyer and seller must do before the transfer of ownership.

The contract should include a number of rights and obligations for both the buyer and the seller.

The advantages of using FRELA to review your acquisition contract when purchasing real estate are as follows:

The acquisition contract, or real estate contract, is primarily a bilateral contract entered into between two parties.

The contract must be in writing and comply with the legal requirements specified by contract law in France. The transfer of full ownership of real estate is covered by real estate contracts. It is highly recommended to engage a mandate lawyer specialized in real estate law to review and negotiate your real estate acquisition contract in France.

We will assist you in considering the expectations, obligations, and provisions in a contract. The mandate attorney in real estate at FRELA will guide you in reviewing and negotiating the corrective content of the contract, both in its establishment and in verifying the mandatory elements.

Real estate acquisition is a complex process, and it is important for businesses and professionals to understand the key elements of an acquisition contract to ensure they obtain a solid and fair agreement. Here are the key elements to analyze in the drafting and reviewing of the acquisition contract for businesses and professionals:

Parties involved: The acquisition contract must include the names and addresses of the parties involved in the transaction, including buyers and sellers, legal representatives, and real estate agents.

Property description: The contract must also include a comprehensive description of the property, including boundaries, buildings, and equipment included in the sale.

Purchase price: The purchase price of the property must be clearly stated in the acquisition contract, along with the payment terms.

Financing conditions: If the buyer plans to finance the purchase of the property, the acquisition contract must include details of the financing, including the loan amount, repayment terms, and associated guarantees.

Closing conditions: The contract must specify the closing date of the transaction, as well as any conditions required for the sale to be successfully concluded.

Inspections and warranties: The contract must specify whether the buyer has the right to conduct an inspection of the property and whether the seller provides any warranties regarding the condition of the property.

Charges and taxes: The contract must specify the charges and taxes associated with the property that will be transferred to the buyer at the closing of the transaction.

Disputes and remedies: The acquisition contract must include arrangements for disputes and remedies in the event of a dispute between the parties.

Special clauses: The contract may include special clauses to address specific requirements of the buyer or seller, such as rent guarantees or lease concessions.

Signatures and dates: The contract must be signed and dated by all parties involved in the transaction to be legally binding.


In conclusion, a well-drafted acquisition contract is essential for businesses and professionals seeking to acquire a property. The key elements of such a contract include the parties involved, property description, purchase price, financing conditions, closing conditions, inspections and warranties, charges and taxes, disputes and remedies, special clauses, as well as signatures and dates. It is recommended to engage a real estate lawyer to draft or review an acquisition contract to ensure that all relevant aspects of the transaction are properly addressed and the interests of the parties are protected.

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