Agnieszka Pazdan

Attorney-at-lawSenior Associate


At TKP, Agnieszka’s practice areas are litigation and real estate, construction projects, and reprivatization.

Agnieszka specializes in substantive civil law and litigation law, with a particular focus on real estate law. Agnieszka has advised both Polish and foreign businesses on a full range of issues in court, administrative, and combined court and administrative cases, mainly focusing on reprivatization disputes. She has also worked on real estate and pre-transaction due diligence procedures, procedures to determine the legal status of real estate, and return of expropriated property, for instance in the case of construction projects. Agnieszka is also experienced in drafting legal opinions on administrative and commercial law, and drawing up and negotiating contracts.

She developed her professional experience at a prestigious law firm in Cracow, and studied at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University. Agnieszka also completed postgraduate studies in the legal and economic grounds for the construction project process at the Warsaw School of Economics. She is a member of the Cracow Bar Association.

Agnieszka speaks fluent English.

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05 Apr 2024

A house flip unlike any other, the Epic Flip

Flipping is a very popular way of investing in real estate, in which a property is purchased on the secondary or primary market (usually for a good price), renovated to increase its value, and then sold for a profit. Usually, flipping comes down to buying full ownership of the property. Meanwhile, an idea for an alternative form of house flip which departs from the standard procedure has appeared on the Polish real estate market, named an Epic Flip by the originator.

15 Jan 2024

“Epic flip” at 44 Złota Street in Warsaw – not so epic, after all?

At the end of 2023, a piece of news was picked up by the media, stirring up a storm in social networks, regarding the “Epic Flip” – a new project by Rafał Zaorski, a well-known financial speculator.

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A planning permit can be obtained in Poland if land to be developed is located within a development zone

Recently there have been major changes to planning and land-use rules in Poland, due to an amendment to the Spatial Planning and Development Act of 27 March 2003 (consolidated text, Journal of Laws of 2023, item 977, as amended). The new legal institutions created include general plans or for example integrated development plans, and a new system for obtaining a planning permit. A large portion of these changes took effect on 24 September 2023, and further changes will apply from 1 January 2025 and 1 January 2026.

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