If the crane tipping and under-construction contract is registered with the Landesrechtsamt, you want the discharge to be granted at the end of the period. Often this is overlooked and forgotten at the end of development and it can be frustrating for an owner to have to hunt parts for a release of the crane swing and ease of support. If the property to be developed has been divided into many layers, it can be very difficult, if not logistically impossible, to coordinate landfill relief. In order to avoid this frustration, it should be expressly stated in the facilitation that at the end of the validity period, the facility expires and that it should be discharged from the property on the land, without the need to sign the discharge and submit it to the Landestitelamt. If the facility is not registered with the Landesrechtsamt and you sell your property before the development project is completed, the new owner of the property may take the position that it is not bound by the conditions of ease. This could expose you to action from the owner/developer who paid you compensation for the crane swing and support rights. Also, remember to consider the impact of GST on facilitation compensation. These agreements are requests to: (1) swing a construction crane arrow through the airspace over your land while the adjacent land is developed; and (2) shoring works (such as steel traction bars) to install under each structure on your land to provide soil stability, while the property that is being developed is unearthed. The purpose of the construction work is to prevent their land from being buried in the unearthed land. Most of the time, the construction work is left in the ground below the structure on your land, once the development is complete. 2.
Legal and consulting fees. You should consult a lawyer and an engineer if you are considering granting a crane swing and fortifying relief. You will consult a lawyer to verify and negotiate the facilitation document. You will consult with an engineer to verify and advise on proposed construction plans and to ensure that development work does not affect the structural integrity of your property improvements (such as building foundations, garage, fence or swimming pool). You may need to consult other professionals, such as an architect or landscape architect.B. First, you should obtain written consent from the owner of the land who is looking for the crane swing and confirming the ease of paying all your legal and other consulting fees, even if the parties do not agree on the terms of the facility. An even more conservative approach would be for storages to be paid for by the owner who seeks relief from your advisors. What you want to avoid are ongoing costs with your lawyer, engineer and other advisors, and then risk being personally responsible for these expenses if the project does not progress or if you are unable to arrange with the person seeking relief.