Real estate, including primarily reprivatisation and claims for damages
Krzysztof Wiktor co-heads the Real Estate, Reprivatisation & Private Clients practice.
He advises on reprivatisation of nationalised real estate, particularly Warsaw properties, and other issues related to real estate transactions and development. He also advises churches and other religious institutions on the law of religious denominations.
He has extensive experience in administrative proceedings (including before the administrative courts) and represents the firm’s clients in litigation concerning compensation on various grounds, including for nationalised real estate.
He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2004.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (1997)
For three years he studied canon law at what is now Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, where he also completed a master’s degree in family sociology.
In 1994–2003, he worked in government, holding managerial positions, and was responsible for church-state relations and the reprivatisation of church property.
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
The Legal 500 EMEA 2019, Leading individuals, Private Client
The Legal 500 EMEA 2019, Real Estate
Chambers High Net Worth (2018 – 2019), Private Wealth Law
Chambers Europe 2017, Private Client
“Who to sue for unlawful use of real estate, for what and for how much?” (co-author), 2017 Yearbook
“Liability in damages of public authorities” (co-author), 2014 Yearbook
“Why does the bank care about reprivatisation?” (co-author), 2013 Yearbook
“Reprivatisation risk—an essential aspect of due diligence when acquiring Polish real estate” (co-author), 2012 Yearbook