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FRELA supports buyers and sellers of commercial real estate.

We coordinate the parties involved.

Are you planning to buy or sell a business? FRELA takes care of coordinating the parties involved: Notaries / Real estate agencies / Buyers / Sellers.

FRELA offers a comprehensive service during the business acquisition process. For your complex and high-value transactions, especially in the context of business transactions, FRELA’s appointed attorneys accompany you to optimize and secure your mergers, acquisitions, and business transfers through a service of coordination and monitoring of the actions taken by the parties.

First, we will listen to you to understand your project and needs. With these elements, we proceed to coordinate the parties. We verify the documents presented and provide you with advice on your procedures. We enable you to have an overview of the operation, save time, and minimize your travels with our solutions for representation of signature and negotiation.

Our missions of coordinating the parties:

The appointed attorney in transactions is a legal professional who is mandated by a client to assist them in the purchase or sale of businesses. As such, they are responsible for ensuring the proper execution of the various stages of the transaction and safeguarding the interests of their client.

An appointed attorney in transactions can play an important role in coordinating the parties involved in a business transaction, such as notaries, agencies, accountants, and clients. Their main function is to ensure efficient and secure management of the transaction, ensuring that all legal aspects of the transaction are properly handled and that the interests of their clients are protected.

Specific tasks that an appointed lawyer can perform to coordinate the parties involved in a business transaction may include:

Verification of legal documents: The appointed lawyer can assist in verifying that all necessary documents are in order and that the transaction is legal and compliant with current regulations.

Coordination with notaries: The appointed attorney can communicate with the notary to ensure that all required formalities are completed within the specified deadlines. When coordinating with the notary, the appointed attorney in transactions acts as an intermediary between the client and the notary. They can assist in drafting sales deeds, purchase agreements, or leases, and ensure that the agreed-upon clauses and terms between the parties are accurately reflected in the documents.

Coordination with real estate agencies: The appointed lawyer can work closely with real estate agents to facilitate communication and coordination between the parties, as well as ensure that all legal aspects of the transaction are properly managed.

Conflict management: In the event of a dispute between the parties, the appointed attorney can act as a mediator to find an amicable solution to the situation. They can also help resolve any potential disputes that may arise between the parties and assist their client in any negotiations that may be necessary to achieve a satisfactory transaction.

Contact us and present your project for the acquisition or divestment of real estate or businesses.


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