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Real Estate Attorney Israel
Noam Kolodny Adv. Law office
Attorney at Law Mr. Noam Kolodny has extensive experience in representing homeowners and home sellers. His practice provides legal services to private clients in Israel, with much of the client base from the greater Tel Aviv metropolitan area, including Ramat Gan, Givataim, Kiryat Ono, Savion, Hertzelia, Ramat HaSharon and Kefar Shemaryahu. A high standard of service as well as excellent interpersonal skills have been a benchmark of the varied legal services that Mr. Kolodny's practice provides.
Mr. Kolodny's practice is rich in experience in the purchase and selling of first-hand and second-hand real estate. Special legal expertise is offered in cases in which construction has exceeding build permits. With a deep understanding in the fields of planning and construction, and with much experience in appearing before local municipalities and planning committees, Mr. Kolodny assists clients involved in various legal disputes pertaining to construction and licensing in reducing fines and penalties, and in eliminating them altogether. His office provides solutions in various real-estate transactions by advising on the various intricacies of Tax Law such as betterment levy, sale tax, and purchase tax. As a real-estate attorney, Mr. Kolodny is in contact with many of the country's prominent appraisers, who advise him in dealing with the local authorities in reducing the betterment levy. In these cases, it is often necessary to submit appeals and litigate in the municipality court.
Mr. Kolodny conducts negotiations with lawyers of the other party by practicing professional negotiation techniques, this in order to attain the goals set by his clients in the minimal amount of time. This aspect of his legal expertise is beneficial for both sides in reaching an agreed-upon decree as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Noam Kolodny Attorney has a B.A. in business administration (Marketing) from the the IDC in Hertzeliya As well as an LL.B and an LL.M (Business Law) from the IDC.