Cbre Service Agreement

CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG), a Fortune 500 and Los Angeles-based company, is the world`s largest real estate services and commercial investment company (in terms of 2013 revenue). The company employs approximately 44,000 people (excluding subsidiaries) and handles property owners, investors and occupiers of some 350 offices (excluding subsidiaries) worldwide. CBRE provides strategic advice and executions for real estate sales and leasing; Business services Real estate, facilities and project management; Mortgage banks; Evaluation and evaluation Development services; Investment management Research and advice. Please visit our website at In accordance with Decree 128/2014 of 29 August, owners of residentially licensed homes and apartments have the right to offer “short-term rentals” (“Alojamento Local”) and related services to tourists. This legislative framework provides an alternative to the leasing market and offers wider investment and investment opportunities for the housing market, without the need for specific licences for tourism establishments, since this legal framework applies to real estate that is not subject to mandatory tourist facilities requirements. In standard leasing contracts, service contracts and shopping centres, parties can freely agree on the most important terms, including validity (with a maximum term of 30 years for leases and standard services), break options, rent review mechanisms, construction work, maintenance and maintenance, reinstatement, etc. In addition to commercial rental contracts, the municipal rent law provides specific rules for rental contracts. The main rules mentioned below apply in particular to “new” housing leases (since “old” rental contracts, i.e. leases concluded before the adoption of the municipal rent law, may follow different rules).

Leasing retail units in shopping malls, retail parks and similar commercial establishments (e.g. B factory outlets) is usually done through “shopping centre contracts.” These contracts are generally very detailed agreements that govern not only the use of the store, but also the ancillary services of the administration of shopping malls for merchants and the corresponding service charges.