RENT LAWRent law relating to private accommodation and commercial immovable property.
Rent law is constantly developing. With the introduction of the Rental Market Mobility Act (Wet doorstroming huurmarkt) it has become possible, for example, to conclude a lease for a period of less than two years. In times past this was inconceivable. The growing popularity of short-stay rental also means that rent law is becoming more and more important and is adapting to the latest legal developments and the market. In addition to this, the classic rental problems will always continue to occur, such as problems relating to nuisance, defects to homes, abrupt lease terminations, renovations, cancellations, evictions and defaulters.
Amstel Advocaten has 30 years of experience with rent law and is specialised in:
- drawing up leases
- drawing up general provisions
- overdue maintenance and liability claims
- defects and requesting replacement authorisations
- termination of leases
- rent-to-own and purchase options
- nuisance from neighbours
- cannabis farms
Our experience with assisting tenants and landlords of both homes and commercial spaces and other immovable property means we can adapt in advance to the positions of the opposing party. This quickly gives us a head start. We know all too well that social arguments are important, in addition to legal arguments, when it comes to winning a court case.
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