»We are not satisfied until our client is satisfied.«

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Frank Häberer
LL.M.


Franziska Hösel

Building and
architecture law

FRANZ & HÄBERER
Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB
Otto-Schill-Straße 4
04109 Leipzig
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Architectural law
  • Drafting of architect contracts in full and staged commissioning
  • Legal support for architects in fee litigation
  • Legal representation of construction supervisors in the enforcement of claims in joint and several liability
  • Legal clarification of warranty questions in architectural law
Building contract law
  • Drafting of complex construction contracts in close cooperation with the investors and planners (among others, ECB Frankfurt/Main)
  • Legal support of the construction process from tendering and contractual negotiations to the building procedure and acceptance/consultation of the final invoice (among others, ALEXA Shopping Centre Berlin)
  • Legal support for construction companies in preparing and enforcing claims in the event of disturbances in the building process (among others, Klinikum Karlsruhe)
  • Filing and enforcing of subsequent claims, both in respect to additional volumes and modifications in planning specifications, also for the order of additional services (among others, multi-storey car park in Taunton/GB)
  • Legal clarification of issues relating to surety laws
  • Enforcement of claims relating to bankruptcy in the construction process (both on the side of the contracting party and on the side of the service providers)
  • Legal clarification of problems relating to securities and collaterals
Public sector building law
  • Representation of private investors in building and planning proceedings
  • Representation of legal interests concerning the rights of neighbours
  • Court representation in administrative action or rescissory action
  • Contesting of official rulings
Public procurement law
  • Legal representation in tender procedures (elimination, complaints of defects in the tender documentation)
  • Active conflict management concerning contracts with the public sector