The regulatory framework applicable to the Moroccan real estate sector is made up of a multitude of laws and decrees, which are regularly amended and completed. Most of the laws are not codified, and it is also not uncommon for laws to be promulgated but not come into force for some time as the secondary legislation (implementing decrees) is not in place.
Gide Morocco has contributed to the Chambers Real Estate 2019 Guide, which provides expert legal commentary on the key issues for businesses involved in the real estate sector. The guide covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions.
Partners Jean-François Levraud, Simon Auquier and Wacef Bentaibi, as well as counsel Loris Marghieri are the authors of the Morocco chapter.
- Sale and Purchase
- Real Estate Finance
- Planning and Zoning
- Investment Vehicles
- Commercial Leases
>> Read the Morocco chapter here