Jacob Møller specialises in real estate. Jacob became a partner in 2007.
Jacob advises a broad range of private and public clients, including municipalities and educational institutions, on questions concerning the lease, sale, purchase, and development of real estate. He also advises on the restructuring of property companies and agricultural entities. A special expertise includes advising non-profit housing associations. Jacob has accumulated considerable litigation experience in real estate issues.
Jacob is acknowledged for his solution-oriented approach and eye for detail, which are particularly advantageous for project development work that tends to involve a large number of parties operating over extended periods. He recognises the importance of working closely with clients to gain a thorough understanding of their businesses. Jacob has an excellent track record and has successfully handled a high number of complex transactions, real estate projects and restructurings to his clients' satisfaction.
Chambers Europe 2020
Jacob Møller , who is based in the firm's Aarhus office, advises clients on real estate sales and acquisitions. Sources describe him as "pragmatic and solution-oriented."
Legal 500 2019
Real Estate & Construction
Kromann Reumert's expertise encompasses transactions, financings, leasing issues, project developments and procurement work. Recent highlights include Jacob Møller assisting Coop with its sale of a real estate portfolio to Dades.
Chambers Europe 2019
Noted for his focus on real estate, Jacob Møller advises clients on property transactions, permitting and project developments, often within the education sector.
Chambers Europe 2018
Clients appreciate Jacob Møller for his "general knowledge and understanding of our industry" and that he comes "straight to the point." He acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects, representing a number of clients from the education industry. He recently assisted VIA University College with negotiations of the contract structure for the acquisition and construction of a large turnkey domicile.
Chambers Europe 2017
Jacob Møller acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects.
Chambers Europe 2016
Jacob Møller is noted for his expertise in matters involving educational establishments, and assisted the University College Lillebælt with matters linked to the development of its new campus in Odense. He advises on both commercial real estate and construction projects, as well as transactional matters.
Chambers Europe 2015
Sources portray Jacob Møller as "really solid. He is good in negotiations and clients like him a lot." He serves clients in many areas but excels within project development.
Legal 500 2014
Kromann Reumert is commended for its ‘quality advice and strength in depth’. Practice head Flemming Horn Andersen assisted ECE Projektmanagement with its purchase of Rosengårdcentret, and Jacob Møller advised Essex Invest on the sale of a major residential portfolio.
Chambers Europe 2014
Clients regard Jacob Møller as a valued adviser. Market commentators note he is particularly strong on developments.
Chambers Europe 2013
Aarhus-based Jacob Møller provides "well-considered and precise feedback," say clients, who add: "He's nice to deal with and a good listener." He recently advised VIA University College on the acquisition of its new campus.
- Member of the National Association for Building
- Member of the Lex Mundi Real Estate Practice Group
- Member of the IBA Real Estate Committee
- Member of the Danish Society for Housing Law
- Member of the Association of Danish Agricultural Lawyers
- Lecturer at Aarhus University and external examiner at Aalborg University
- Buch & Møller, Projektudvikling af fast ejendom - en håndbog for praktikere (Real Estate Project Development - A Practitioner's Handbook), Thomson, 2005
- Partner 2007
- Master of Laws (LL.M.) from King's College London 2001
- Master of Laws (cand. jur.) from Aarhus University 1997
- Born in 1973
Admission and right of audience
- Right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court 2009
- Admitted to practice law 2000
- The Scandinavian languages