Real Estate

PRCP regularly counsels leading constructors, as well as housing and commercial developers, in the acquisition, structuring and execution of real-estate projects in Peru, advising on all aspects related to the real estate markets, drawing on the far-reaching experience of the firm’s financial, administrative, civil law and regulatory attorneys.

‘The team is absolutely dedicated and highly technical, involved in the transaction and identifying the risks and proposing solutions.”

Legal 500 2021


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Carlos Patron and David Kuroiwa wrote for Lexology GTDT: “Merger Control 2022”

In the wake of constant changes in merger control regulations around the world, Lexology: Getting The Deal Through published the 2022 edition of “Merger Control”, a quick reference guide written by legal experts that compares local perspectives on legal aspects, regulations, fields of application and recent trends. This year, Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados collaborated…

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Once again our practices in Competition have been recognized by Leaders League

Once again, our practices in Advertising Law, IP Litigation and Data Protection have been recognized by the recent Leaders League ranking as one of the best in Peru. We thank our clients and congratulate our Competition team.

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David Kuroiwa declared to Latin Lawyer: “Peru clarifies approach to collective claims for damages”

David Kuroiwa, our Senior Associate specialist in Competition Law, analyzed for Latin Lawyer the recent guidelines published by Indecopi related to compensation for damages caused to consumers as a result of anticompetitive conduct.  

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Peruvian Merger Control Legislation (May/June 2021)

Through Law N° 31112, a Law that establishes the prior control of concentration operations, and Supreme Decree N° 039-2021-PCM, the regulations of the Law, the Peruvian Congress and Government, respectively, approved the new merger control regime applicable to concentrations occurring in all fields of economic activities. Previously, Peruvian legislation only imposed mandatory pre-notification and clearance…

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