Horten's real estate team has many years' practical and theoretical experience advising on rent legislation. We represent both lessees and lessors and are therefore familiar with the problems from both sides of the table.
We have wide experience within the real estate sector and the property rental market, and we have a broad network among the market players. This means that we are abreast of the current trends and are able to help our clients be at the leading edge of market developments.
We have wide experience conducting litigation before the housing tribunal, the high courts and the Supreme Court and arbitration proceedings concerning issues relating to rent legislation and advice on the negotiation of lease agreements, vacation, termination and cases concerning market rent.
Our clients include property investors, pension funds, capital funds, international lessees, developers, municipalities, state-owned companies and non-profit housing organisations.
Unique cooperation between Horten and Symbion
5 February 2018
Horten has entered into unique cooperation with Symbion and Accelerace where we will make a team of lawyers available for start-up businesses at the shared office facilities Horten CoLab.
Four new partners at Horten
16 January 2018
With effect from 1 January 2018, Horten appointed Christian Tullberg, Kristoffer Westberg, Christina Steen and Niels Jørgen Oggesen as partners.
New Managing Partner at Horten
2 January 2018
Finn Schwarz, Attorney and Partner, has been appointed Managing Partner of Horten Law Firm as of 1 January 2018.
Horten advances in new Chambers and Legal 500 rankings
19 April 2017
In 2017, the leading international ranking agencies, Legal 500 and Chambers, are once again ranking Horten among the best law firms in Denmark.
Global Leaders in Law appoints Horten as exclusive partner for Denmark
10 January 2017
Global Leaders in Law, the leading global general counsel forum based in London, and Horten has announced partnership. Appointed as a global bronze partner, Horten will sponsor the activities of Global Leaders in Law in 2017.
It will be cheaper to build tenanted properties
22 September 2016
An amendment to the Building Act provides insurance savings for builders of tenanted properties.
Avoid illegal lease terms from 1 July 2015
18 June 2015
Thomas Krucov Jensen
Anne Louise Haack Andersen
Diana Kock Kramer
Helle Kofoed Hansen
Rune Halkjær Ebbesen
Camilla Faber Klausen
Louise Darling Stenderup