Construction law blog of CERHA HEMPEL
This is the blog of the Construction Team dealing with construction matters and disputes in Cerha Hempel Dezső and Partners. Our colleagues regularly publish on civil and construction law issues of great interest, which are recurring significant problems for businesses in the construction industry. The materials published here do not constitute legal advices, we can only give them in individual cases. However, our easily understandable analyses can still help you manage risks effectively: avoid avoidable litigation, and prepare for unavoidable lawsuits.
What the earth hides is always a mystery, and so are the legal implications stemming from unknown conditions.
This article gives a brief overview of the National Architectural Planning Council and its functions.
Buildings with a total useful area of more than 5,000 sqm and apartment buildings located on a single building plot with at least six apartments and a total useful area of more than 1,500 sqm will not receive a preliminary or final building permit in procedures...
Buildings will only have to meet nearly zero-energy requirements if they are occupied after 30 June 2024 instead of 30 June 2022.
The apropos for this article is a judgment by the Curia that analyses coronavirus as a vis maior cause from several aspects.
THE NEED TO ADAPT Ask yourself: has your business been hit by the coronavirus pandemic? Even if the answer is a definite ‘no’, you have probably already been thinking about how to prepare your business for such events. We have all witnessed how the Covid-19 outbreak...
This article is a summary of the figures published by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office on the performance of the construction industry in December 2021.
The article examines the applicability of force majeure rules in pandemic-related events through an imaginary construction project, and also includes case law based legal observations regarding the increasingly pressing supply chain issues.
Starting from 1 January 2022, the regulations will require that in some buildings in every fifth parking space to allow for the installation of charging points suitable for electric vehicles at a later date.
This article is a summary of the figures published by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office on the performance of the construction industry in November 2021.
Dr. András Fenyőházi
Dr. Ilona Rónay-Csordás, LL.M.
Dr. Bence Rajkai