Eldar is the head of our firm’s Real Estate Department and an expert in the areas of construction and planning laws and real estate taxation.
Eldar has rich and varied legal experience in the real estate sector. He represents companies, public entities, entrepreneurs, and contractors in real estate and construction and planning projects, and accompanies them throughout these different projects. Eldar is involved in all stages of the preparation and launch of a project, beginning with the planning stage, then project funding and marketing, through to securing all permits and approvals.
Eldar also represents public and private companies, entrepreneurs, contractors, and residents in urban renewal projects (“vacating and constructing” and “NOP 38”). In this capacity, Eldar provides legal advice for the duration and length of the process and project. This extends from the early exploration steps to negotiations between the entrepreneur and contractor and residents, reporting to tax authorities, planning and construction committee hearings, issuance of permits, banking consultation, and delivery of apartments to owners and registration of their rights.
Eldar is an expert in eminent domain procedures and has been greatly successful in petitions for compensation for the expropriation of lands. He even succeeded in changing legislation dating back to British rule before a panel of seven judges on the Supreme Court. He has won countless suits and judgments that have created legal precedents.
Eldar consults and lectures for different forums, and he hosts the show “Real Estate Time” on the Reshet Channel (13). In addition, he is invited as a permanent consultant to Israeli Knesset planning committees.
The University of London, England, LL.B. 1995
Member of the Israel Bar Association, 1996
News and updates - Eldar Adato:
The Corona Effect: Q&A on Real Estate
Eldar Adato answers a question in Globes about the use of the force majeure clause in real estate contracts. According to Eldar, "The law does not have a uniform definition of what a force majeure event is and interpretation is made in accordance with previous rulings.”
Does a Delay in the Delivery of an Apartment Due to the Coronavirus Constitute Grounds for Untimely Delivery without Compensation?
What happens if a contractor’s workers do not come to work due to the spread of the coronavirus, and therefore cause delays in the delivery ? Will the buyer be entitled to compensation or will the delay be justifiable?
The Battle over Pinui & Binui: Ministry of Justice Wants You to Receive More for Each Apartment
Eldar Adato was interviewed by Globes on the Urban Renewal Authority's latest initiative to limit the addition of space in the apartments of Pinui & Binui projects to 12 sq. m. Adato explains that this reduction represents another decrease in entrepreneurs' profit, thus jeopardizing the promotion of projects in this field.