Construction law in Regensburg and Landshut
As the term already implies, building law includes all legal norms that deal with building.
The former is part of civil law. These are primarily contracts between the client / client and the respective contractors, planners and craft enterprises, such as contracts, construction contracts, consumer construction contracts, architect and engineer contracts, developer contracts, etc. In addition, but also the right to property and the neighboring right to private Building law in the broader sense.
In contrast, public construction law is part of public law. It includes those public-law regulations that deal with construction projects. Within public building law, in turn, the building planning law - "Where may be built?" - and the building code - "How may / must be built?" - distinguish.
Typical topics of construction planning law are, for example, land use plans, development plans, admissibility of projects in the interior (§ 34 BauGB), building in the outdoor area (§ 35 BauGB), mutual agreement, etc.
In the building regulations are among other things "nightmares" such as building attitude (kind 75 Bavarian building regulations), disposal order (kind 76 S. 1 Bavarian building regulations) and use prohibition (kind 76 S. 2 Bavarian building regulation).
Given the large number of very specific regulations, the lawyer working in construction law must have sound legal knowledge. In addition, he must also speak the "language of the professionals". More than in many other areas of law, the lawyer in construction law regularly faces proven specialists in their field. Anyone who can not technically follow the planning architect / engineer here, or who does not understand what the craftsman responsible for the respective trade means by this or that term, can not legally classify the facts. For the lawyer in construction law, therefore, the technical penetration of the problem usually precedes the legal one.
Our law firm is at your side for all aspects of building law. Our responsible Lawyer Kaltenegger came into contact with both public and private building law at an early stage as part of his training. He now has a good network of construction specialists (architects, engineers and building experts) that he can fall back on if necessary. If necessary - for example when obtaining building permits - he works “hand in hand” with the respective planners.
If you have questions / concerns in the field of building law, just contact our office by phone or by mail, ask for our lawyer Kaltenegger and make an appointment for a personal meeting in one of our law firms in Regensburg or Landshut.