Legal disputes about office space, business premises or a home, whether leased or bought, often involve large sums of money and big stakes. Before these disputes end up giving you sleepless nights, we recommend a proper talk with our property experts.
The lawyers at Bosselaar Strengersalso see themselves somewhat as property developers. Their projects result in recommendations with solid supporting evidence on questions of tenancy, purchasing and other legal aspects relating to property. And if it becomes necessary to take the case to court, they will also help you come up with sound and pragmatic court documents and legal arguments. Yet we cannot help being a little envious of our clients who actually build and develop properties, or let office or retail space.
What we do
Our property experts are very good at seeing things from their clients’ perspective and they are well informed about the issues in the property sector. They are proficient in landlord and tenant law, the purchase and sale of property, property development, real rights (ownership, easements, ground lease, apartment rights and statutory rights and duties between neighbours), environmental and planning law and civil-law aspects of construction law.
Retailers, contractors and property developers
Their know-how and years of experience make our property lawyers the perfect partner for businesses in Utrecht. The property lawyers work closely with their colleagues in the Government team as additional expertise is often needed in administrative law. Our property specialists’ clients are property developers, professional property investors, property managers, contractors and construction companies. We also assist housing corporations, retailers (including supermarket chains), franchise organizations, estate agents, architects and private individuals.
Do you have a question about property or are you struggling with landlord and tenant law?
Don’t delay any longer — contact our property lawyers at once if you have your eye on new business premises, plan to develop a new construction project or have been held to account for a hidden defect. We would also be happy to help if you are finding construction law or landlord and tenant law trickier than you expected!
Businesses, particularly in the construction sector, regularly come up against restrictions due to administrative law. While they have no trouble working with business partners and clients to find solutions, public authorities are a different matter. But our lawyers have considerable experience in this area.
They are capable of standing their ground and are not easily intimidated when dealing with a government body. That is because they know that good arguments and creative solutions will always win when up against an administrative show of strength. They know the lay of the land in government and understand how decisions are taken. They are also familiar with the way civil servants and politicians operate. We form a close-knit team of experts, preferably one that includes our clients. No one can easily drive a wedge between that.
Administrative law for businesspeople
Our lawyers work for property investors and managers, private individuals, estate agents, construction companies, property developers, contractors, housing corporations and architects. They advise clients on spatial and general administrative law, private law in relation to the public sector, and institutional and constitutional law. Our specialists in administrative law work closely with our civil-law colleagues because administrative-law cases often concern property. Together, they can tackle any legal question relating to administrative law and property law.
Notice through the letterbox or permit refused?
Our experts in administrative law will not give up at the first hurdle. Whether you are dealing with national or local authorities or an apparently immutable plan or decision, sound legal advice and proper sensitivity to the administrative and political aspects can work miracles. Why not give us a try?