Two types of investment projects:

  • investment into new objects;

  • investment into those already existing;

Both types of objects require special attention in the pre-investment phase where there is a risk of losing investment which is to be minimized.

Due Diligence procedure (an all-around examination of the investment object) is the best method known today to minimize the risks when carrying out large transactions. The investors aim to obtain true and objective information about the investment objects trying to navigate the potential risks inherent in the transaction process. This is why Due Diligence procedure is the basis for investors to make decisions.

Legal support for investors

Legal Due Diligence of the investment objects

LexProf can assist clients with green-field and brown-field investments. Both forms of projects require special attention prior to the investment being carried out. Typically, a due diligence procedure is carried out on large transactions in order to minimize any associated risks. During this procedure, LexProf aims to provide investors with an objective information about an investment object as well as identify any potential risks associated with the transaction.

We prepare the documentation necessary to formalize the investment, in particular

  • we provide consultations, prepare projects, participate in coordinating preliminary agreements, prepare and coordinate documents related to other projects, and ensure compliance with respective legal requirements..

We provide legal assistance with site acquisitions, in particular

  • we prepare documentation required for sale-purchase transactions;

  • we undertake the relevant and necessary corporate procedures in order for the investment to be formalized;

  • we provide legal assistance in order to obtain permission from relevant authorities.

We provide legal assistance with construction or any other investment project

  • counsel to our clients on how to structure investment projects, including in instances where a project has a number of other participants;

  • advice on determining the legal structures arising from relevant contractual relationships and guide clients on the development/coordination of associated transactions;

  • legal analysis of land-utilization documentation, advice on procedures necessary to carry out construction in a legally compliant manner;

  • legal assistance in obtaining permission and coordinating approvals from relevant authorities (consultations, representation to relevant authorities, and resolution of disagreements as well as obtaining results in matters where an authority has failed to act);

  • development of a set of basic standard agreements which include the formulation of essential terms and conditions.