Ariel heads our Real Estate department. With more than 20 years’ experience in property law, Ariel’s particular areas of expertise include expropriations, declines in property values, planning and licensing, tax, drafting and negotiating contracts, and representation in court and before appeals committees.
Ariel advises government-owned, publicly traded and private companies, developers, construction companies, contractors, shopping malls, and private investors (both local and foreign).
Ariel acts for his clients at every stage of the property lifecycle: development, financing, planning and construction, registration, sales, purchases, leases and marketing.
Ariel is also legal counsel for Israel National Gas Lines, a government-owned company with a license to build and operate a transmission network for natural gas.
Tel Aviv University (LL.B.) 1994
Israel Bar Association, 1995
News and updates - Ariel Nadler:
Barnea Representing Yad Hanna in Agreement to Lease and Construct Logistics Center for Diplomat
Our firm is representing Yad Hanna in a long-term lease agreement of 30 dunams in its industrial zone for the construction of Diplomat's new logistics center. The construction is valued at NIS 230 million.
Important Real Estate-Related Legal Decisions in 2017
Adv. Ariel Nadler, head of our firm's Real Estate Department, was interviewed by TheMarker's real estate magazine on the cancellation of the Multiple Housing Taxation Law by the Supreme Court. Ariel commented that regulators will now have to provide a solution to those people who already sold their apartments in order to enjoy the tax benefit that was guaranteed. He also noted that the cancellation will affect apartment owners considering to sell.
District Court Rejects Scheduled Vote of Purchase Group United Sarona
The Tel Aviv District Court accepted the request of over 50 members of the purchase group United Sarona, represented by Barnea & Co.'s Head of Litigation, Adv. Zohar Lande, to prevent a vote at the meeting scheduled for today. In the motion that was presented, it was argued that in the process of convening the meeting there were material flaws, including a lack of information.