PeliPartners is a genuine business law powerhouse in Romania.

Who we are

Our full-service firm is established with a pledge for permanent update and upgrade to the benefit of all our clients, team, and stakeholders.

Over the last 20 years we have been entrusted by multinational companies, financial institutions and entrepreneurs with their most significant endeavors.

We know that the key to success is to understand today and adapt for tomorrow.

Our practices

We treat your business as our own.

And we want you to experience a premium service at first-hand every time you honor us with your trust.

Real Estate & PPP

Corporate M&A

Finance & Banking

Dispute Resolution

Competition & Commercial

Our team

We gather people with open hearts and beautiful minds.

We strip complex matters down to essentials until we reach the peace of mind afforded by simplicity.

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PeliPartners acting for Mitiska REIM in the refinancing of the Intercora retail portfolio

This year, FRI has secured a EUR 27mln facility from Erste Group AG for refinancing the Intercora portfolio, comprising 7 retail parks, acquired in 2007. PeliPartners was the legal consultant of Mitiska REIM in this project.

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Amendments to Urbanism Law

On 29 July 2019, Law no. 151/2019 (“Law 151/2019”) for amending and supplementing Law no. 350/2001 on land planning and urbanism (“Law 350/2001”) entered into force. The amendments included in Law 151/2019 refer mainly to the regime and protection of informal establishments (in Romanian “asezari informale”) which are usually located in the outskirts of urban or rural localities, comprised of improvised dwellings made of recovered materials and / or dwellings made from conventional construction materials.

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New legislation on prevention and control of money laundering and terrorist financing

On 18 July 2019 a new piece of legislation regarding the prevention and control of money laundering and terrorist financing was enacted, namely Law no. 129/2019 published in the Romanian Official Gazette no. 589 on 18 July 2019, which has recalled Law no. 656/2002 regarding the prevention and sanctioning of money laundering and terrorist financing.

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PeliPartners assisted AFI Europe in signing the pre-sale agreement for the acquisition of the majority stake holding in Casa Radio

PeliPartners assisted AFI Europe, a leading real estate development and investment company in Central and Eastern Europe and a prominent player on the Romanian market, in the negotiation and signing of the pre-sale agreement for the acquisition of 75% of the participation in the project company developing “Casa Radio”, a public-private partnership, from a company controlled by Plaza Centers NV.

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First fine in Romania in application of GDPR

The National Supervisory Authority For Personal Data Processing has announced on 4 July 2019 the issuance of the first fine in the application of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.

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Change in Law 10/1995

On 7 May 2019, the President promulgated Law no. 97/2019 for amending and supplementing Law no. 10/1995 on quality in construction. The law will come into force three days after publication with the Official Gazette. The declared purpose of the new Law is to cover a legislative gap allowing buildings which were unfit for dwelling purposes to be placed on the real estate market. The new Law provides that investors and building owners may allow the use of a building (new or refurbished) only after the reception upon completion of works. The previous form of Law no. 10/1995 required that owners allow the use of a building after reception upon completion of works is performed and proper permitting is secured. This obligation continues to be in force.

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Construction works performed without or in breach of building permits

On 8 April 2019, the High Court of Cassation and Justice rendered a decision for interpretation of the law (in Romanian: recurs in interesul legii) regarding construction works performed in the absence of or in breach of the building permits.

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