Avi Antebi, Law Firm
Real Estate, with an emphasis on urban renewal, commercial and financial litigation, and banking
|Line of Business:||Real Estate, with an emphasis on urban renewal, commercial and financial litigation, and banking|
|Address:||20 Lincoln St., Tel Aviv, Rubinstein House|
|Email:||[email protected] antebilaw.co.il|
Adv. Avi Antebi
Founder and Owner
Avi Antebi, Law Firm
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Racheli Matuti Goldenberg
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About Avi Antebi, Law Firm
Avi Antebi, Law Firm is a leading boutique firm that specializes in real estate, with particular specializations in urban renewal, commercial-financial litigation, with an emphasis on insolvencies, and banking. The firm maintains a well-focused practice in these fields in order to preserve the professional excellence for which it is renowned and the quality of its work, and provide clients with first-class legal service.
The firm’s founder, Adv. Avi Antebi, who is renowned as an authority in his field, was selected to represent the State of Israel in the Ministry of Housing’s Urban Renewal Authority, and also serves as a trustee on behalf of the Official Receiver and represents the Official Receiver in complex economic cases. He wrote and published the book “Neighbours”, which discusses multi-occupancy aspects of the Real Estate Law, and lectures in municipalities throughout Israel.
The firm is credited with a long list of precedents in the various courts, including the Supreme Court. Among others, these include the rulings which is known as the “Mister Money” rule (Civil Appeal 9136/02) concerning mortgages law.
The firm practices real-estate, with a particular emphasis on urban renewal, Tama 38 and Pinui-Binui, and in commercial and financial litigation with an emphasis on insolvency, companies incorporation and support, and bankruptcies.
A Unique Specialization in Urban Renewal
The firm has been practicing urban renewal since 2010, and gained extensive proficiency in this field as it serviced hundreds of residents over the past decade. The firm represents mainly residents, owing to its ability to handle the numerous perspective and interests of every multi-occupancy house transaction, and solve the problems that arise from these complex situations in the best manner. In 2011, the firm handled 14 rowhouses in Haifa with a total of 400 apartments, to which an additional 1,500 apartments were added in the project. The firm’s 20 years of experience in real estate and land tax with the particular expertise in urban renewal that arises from many years of handling multi-occupancy houses, turn the firm into a leading professional in its field which gets selected by numerous clients, including the State of Israel.
Adv. Avi Antebi – Founder and Owner
Adv. Avi Antebi, LL.M. (Bar Ilan University), has been practicing real estate and commercial and financial litigation for the past two decades, with a particular specialization in urban renewal in the last decade. He serves as a trustee on behalf of the Official Receiver and represents the Official Receiver in complex economic cases. He serves as an arbitrator in the Residential Culture Association and the Israeli Bar Association. He often lectures in all of the municipalities throughout Israel as a service for the citizens and before associations and in multi-occupancy houses conventions.
He is renowned as an authority in his field, and published the book “Neighbours” that is aimed as a guidebook for house committees and the public on every issue of multi-occupancy living, including Tama 38 transactions. The book presents the legal aspect of multi-occupancy housing, including possible disputes, payments of house committee fees, joint management, residents’ meetings, repairs and maintenance, ownership of certain spaces, elevators, disconnection from central water, sewage and heating systems, applying to the relevant judiciaries and many other topics. The book presents the relevant clause of the Law, explains it and describes relevant rulings, in order to clarify it and describe how the courts and the Supervisor of Real Estate Registration chambers see them. House committees can use the book for understanding the judicial interpretation of clauses that help them manage the multi-occupancy house, and maintaining good and proper neighbor relations in the house.
The firm is currently handling around 40 urban renewal projects, including seven projects on Mahal street in Haifa (32/42 apartment per project), a 10-apartment project in Sokolov street, Bat yam, an 8-apartment project in Kaf-Gimel St., Givatayim, two 10-apartment projects on Katznelson st., Ramat Gan, a 10-apartment project in Yesod HaMa’ala St., Hod HaSharon, where the firm represent the State, an 8-apartment project in Bertz St., Holon, three 6-apartment projects in Kehilat Brazil St., Tel Aviv, a 30-apartment project in Yitzhak Sade, Tel Aviv, two 38-apartment projects in Prazon St., Tel Aviv, a 15-apartment project in Kaminske St., Tel Aviv, a 26-apartment project on La Guardia St., Tel Aviv, four 17-apartment projects in Golomb St., Givatayim, a 12-apartment project in Yehuda HaMacabi St., Tel Aviv, two 32-apartment projects in Haim Bar Lev St., Tel Aviv, five 7-apartment projects in Prazon St., Tel Aviv, three 48-apartmetn projects in Derech HaTayasim St., Tel Aviv, and a project in Emeq Dotan St., Tel Aviv, with 24 apartment and a Pinui-Binui project in the HaRotem Complex on the HaRotem/Ben-Tzur streets in Haifa, where we represent 112 residents.
Adv. Antebi emphasizes community and the importance of its service, and therefore provides pro-bono legal counsel to the Yadid Association, assists the underprivileged at the edges of society and represents people in straitened circumstances who are about to be evicted and people in financial mess by solving complex legal problems, from the belief that all persons are created equal, and with proper legal guidance this would be true also in the Israeli society.
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