In the Netherlands, landlords and lessors of real estate property are subject to strict rules, and tenants and lessees of real estate generally enjoy a great extent of rent protection. The letting or leasing of real estate property can generally be divided into three categories, i.e. residential accommodation, retail space and other commercial space. The latter category usually includes office space and other business premises not catagorized as retail space. In particular the tenants of residential accommodation and the lessees of retail space enjoy considerable rent protection and, in case of a conflict between a landlord or lessor and a tenant or lessee, it is prudent for both parties to rely on a specialist lawyer.
We employ several lawyers who are specialised in tenancy law. They can give you practical, fast and detailed advice. We often notice that tenancy law is part of larger project developments or expansion issues. In that case, our tenancy law practitioners collaborate with lawyers from different sections within our firm. This allows us to often quickly provide you with a suitable and detailed solution or give advice so that you can also quickly move on again.