Residential property

For most people, buying a house or an apartment represents the largest investment one makes in life.

Bull & Co have lawyers with extensive experience in areas related to real property and can advise on:

  • Property transfers
  • Rental
  • Ground leases
  • Clearification of rights (easements) on real property
  • Relations with neighbours

Our lawyers have in addition extensive experience in matters related to defects in real property and frequently represent buyers and vendors in disputes before the courts.

The ownership of a dwelling is linked to a variety of legal constructs. Several of Bull & Co’s lawyers act on behalf of members of the National Federation of House Owners, and have extensive practical experience in the various problems and issues that house owners might encounter, and how these issues are regulated in various forms of ownership, including:


  • Property rentals
  • Co-owners
  • Condominiums
  • Housing cooperatives
  • Limited-liability housing cooperatives
  • Owner-occupiers

BMO Entreprenør AS acquired by listed Endúr ASA

Bull & Co advised BMO Entreprenør AS owners with their sale to fast-growing Norwegian industrial group Bull & Co has assisted the owners of BMO Entreprenør AS in selling 100% of the company’s shares to Endúr ASA. Total transaction value was...

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Busy summer and autumn for transactions

Bull & Co's Company law and transactions team was very busy in the summer, leading to five transactions being completed during autumn so far. Here is the first one of the ones being disclosed In a transaction that was completed at the end of September,...

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Brilliant results in The Legal 500 for 2020

The insurance team make its first appearance in the rankings with a blast at Tier 2, the Technology, Media and Telecom team climbs from Tier 3 to Tier 2, and Public Procurement enters with a solid Tier 3 ranking. Bull & Co is gaining recognition with its two new...

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New legislation regarding medical devices postponed

The EU Commission will be postponing the implementation of new regulations regarding medical devices for one year. The rules will become effective as Norwegian law without revisions, and the planned implementation was in May of this year. It now looks like it will be...

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