Mr Miguel Beltrán R

Miguel Beltrán R

Lawyer biography

With 7 years of professional experience, Miguel is an associate of the firm since 2011.
 
Pratice Areas
  • Corporate Governance
  • Banking and Financial Institutions
  • Mergers, Acquisitions
  • Joint Ventures
  • Real Estate

Education

  • Law Degree 2014, Centro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior, Mexico.
  • Masters of Laws (LL.M.) University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, USA.
  • Gradute Certificate of Business Law University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, USA.
Professional Experience
 
  • Participated in the incorporation and organization, acquisition and merger of all kind of local and foreign companies.
  • Provided legal advice in real estate operations for the automotive, industrial and hospitality sectors.
  • Participated in the creation of condominium, timeshare and trusteeship property regimes.
  • Participatd in operations for the obtainment of financing and credit facilities.
Languages
  • Spanish
  • English

 


Updates

Real Estate

Maximising your real estate returns with fractional ownership
Mexico | 22 February 2019

As with any other type of investment opportunity, when investing in real estate, it is crucial to limit the risks as much as possible while maintaining maximum returns. Fractional ownership is a good option in this regard, irrespective of whether a party wants to develop real estate or invest in personal real property. Often mistakenly compared with the timeshare model, the fractional ownership model has unique characteristics which can make investing in real estate more feasible and manageable.

Title insurance and indigenous rights
Mexico | 02 November 2018

Procuring title insurance has become common practice in real estate transactions for both lenders and owners. As title insurance is a type of indemnity insurance which covers financial loss from title defects, it protects policyholders from past events which could affect the property's transfer. However, certain aspects of real estate development which are unique to Mexico must be taken into account in this regard.