Articles by Sergey Trakhtenberg



B2B: Registration of Rights to Real Estate in Russia

  • 05 October 15
  • Dentons
The Russian system of registration of rights to real estate is currently undergoing interesting changes, which affect not only the substance of the registration system itself but also technical aspects aimed at facilitating and speeding up the process of registering rights to real estate.

B2B: Advanced Development Territories

  • 15 June 15
  • Dentons
Russia is implementing a large-scale program for the development of the Far East aimed at improving living standards, creating jobs, and attracting Russian and foreign investors to the region.

B2B: Freedom of Contract and Commercial Lease: New Insights

  • 24 November 14
  • Dentons
In a modern market economy, one of the foundations of the effective development of business relationships is the principle of "freedom of contract," that is, the ability of two parties to a transaction, while remaining within the bounds of the law, to formulate in their agreement rules of the game that suit both parties. At the legislative level, this "freedom

B2B: Freedom of Contract and Commercial Lease: New Insights

  • 10 November 14
  • Dentons
In a modern market economy, one of the foundations of the effective development of business relationships is the principle of "freedom of contract", that is, the ability of two parties to a transaction, while remaining within the bounds of the law, to formulate in their agreement rules of the game that suit both parties.

B2B: Unified Property Complex

  • 29 October 13
  • Dentons
A new group of amendments to the Russian Civil Code came into force on October 1, 2013. These amendments introduce into Russian law a new concept of a unified property complex, which is deemed to be a separate real estate asset.

Structuring Commercial Property Acquisitions in Russia

  • 27 March 12
  • Salans
Any transaction for the sale or purchase of a commercial property in Russia will invariably start with structuring. Each situation will have its particular circumstances. These include the manner in which the property was built or acquired by the current owner(s), the manner in which it is structured from a corporate and finance standpoint (i.e. as an asset owned solely or jointly by one or more legal entities) and the specific tax issues.