Patrick Chabrun has acquired recognized experience in all aspects of real-estate law. He provides advisory and litigation services in connection with real estate, particularly in the areas of co-ownership, property management and sales of real estate.
He has developed special expertise in commercial leases, providing his clients, whether individuals, companies or property managers, with services entailing the monitoring and management of the commercial lease, from its signing through to its termination.
Patrick Chabrun has also acquired specific know-how in public real-estate law and related areas such as construction law, town planning, expropriation and pre-emption.
He assists both public actors and private individuals with all issues relating to urban development, building permits and land-use permits.
He assists public authorities, semi-public companies and individuals at all stages of the expropriation procedure: declaration of public utility, determination and payment of compensation for expropriation, and exercising or challenging the right of pre-emption.
Responsive, rigorous and aware of the value of negotiation, Patrick Chabrun gives his clients the benefit of more than 20 years of experience and offers them the most relevant solutions with a view to solving their problems in their best interests.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Patrick Chabrun was sworn in at the Paris Bar in 1993. He is a graduate of the Paris II Assas University (DEA/Master’s in private law).
Before founding the Firm Ratio-Legis, he practiced at SCP Neveu, Sudaka & Associés from 1993 to 2000.
Since 2000, he has been a member of the Ratio-Legis law firm, of which he is one of the founders.