Artur Sangleppsworn Advocate
Artur Sanglepp is an attorney who specialises in court disputes.
Artur has advised and represented clients in numerous commercial, contract and real property law cases.
You can address Artur with highly different legal issues, including real property disputes, tenancy disputes, sale and purchase of goods or real estate, provision of services, mediation of goods or services, and cross-border trade issues. Artur also has experience in complex construction and contracting disputes and he has successfully represented both buyers as well as contractors.
Artur’s additional practice areas include matters pertaining to causing damage in business relationships, insolvency and protection of investments, incl. representing creditors' interests in situations where debtors hide their assets or evade their liabilities as well as defending creditors' claims in bankruptcy proceedings. Artur has been a member of the bankruptcy committee in one of the longest and most complex bankruptcy cases that has ever surfaced in Estonia.
Artur has considerable experience in cases that call for quick action in order to prevent the embezzlement of assets by a malicious debtor. Artur has helped clients attain the seizure of debtors’ assets, with the establishment of mortgages on debtors’ real property to secure clients' claims and other similar measures.
Artur has also assisted clients in disputes with public authorities and thereby successfully represented clients in administrative courts. On multiple occasions Artur has helped entrepreneurs in situations where state supervision has unfoundedly or excessively interfered with their activities, e.g. by refusing to grant, suspending or revoking various permits, licences or authorisations.
Artur has worked in the field of law ever since joining our law firm in the autumn of 2009. Artur has been a member of the Bar Association since October 2013. Clients value Artur’s written and oral argumentation skills and economical way of thinking.
- University of Tartu, Law School, M.A. (2012)
Bar Association (2013)
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