Annemarie is hugely knowledgeable about the real estate market. Before she was admitted to the Netherlands Bar [Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten] (1998), she worked as a lawyer and real estate expert at the Development Agency of the Municipality of Amsterdam [Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Amsterdam] (OGA). She is also a qualified estate agent and professional mediator.
She is passionate about her work and about helping her clientele, which includes lessors and lessees of commercial property, real estate developers, estate agents, Owners’ Associations and private individuals. Throughout the years Annemarie has specialised in neighbours’ rights and obligations, the law governing Owners’ Associations, rent law and problems relating to the ownership of immovable property.
During his career (since 1988) Heimo has developed a preference for civil law and consequently spends much of his time in court. Heimo is specialised in employment law, rent law and real estate law in the widest sense of the word. He likes to be involved in appeals proceedings, where he has made a name for himself for his tenacity.
Spanish and Papiamentu are just two of the languages that Heimo speaks.
Sarah was admitted to the Bar after obtaining her degree in Dutch law in Amsterdam in 2009. Among other things she is involved in advising and conducting legal proceedings in the field of employment law. Sarah assists employers and employees and has a good eye for the interests of both. Saar is a real problem solver.
Sarah also advises many local Owners’ Associations and assists Owners’ Association members who do not feel their voice is being heard. Her day-to-day work also covers rent law, construction law and disputes relating to servitudes.
Sebastiaan was admitted to the Bar in 2014. After that, Sebastiaan gained wide-ranging experience in company law, insolvency law and employment law, but his real passion is real estate law.
He litigates and advises specifically in the field of the law governing Owners’ Associations, neighbours’ rights and obligations, rent law and attachment and execution law. As a result, Sebastiaan is regularly in court.
Besides his court-based work he frequently gives presentations about new legal developments to various companies, associations or interest groups such as firms of bailiffs, associations of estate agents, business associations and Owners’ Associations.