Property and construction law not only covers a wide expanse of subject matter. It’s also constantly on the move. As the name suggests, property and construction law is all about land: land and anything that happens to be built on or in it. In other words, we’re talking about the use and management of property, tendering procedures, spatial planning and the sale of property, but also about ‘real rights’ such as ground leases, building rights, apartment rights, easements and of course property rentals. While these may be terms you come across regularly in your day-to-day work, the legal concepts behind them are complex.
At home in the local region
If you’re involved in a dispute over property, you need specialist lawyers who know what they’re talking about, who know the local area like the back of their hands, and who are not afraid to go and check out a building or a building site if need be. You need a team of people who can back you up, suggest potential solutions sourced from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds, and who are fully aware that, in matters involving property law, the contractual parties often have a long-standing relationship with each other. In other words, you need people who advise first and foremost, mediate where possible and go to court only if absolutely necessary.
RWV Advocaten: specialists in property law
We can help you with all sorts of civil-law and administrative-law problems, transactions and disputes relating to property and construction. Our clients include both private individuals and property developers, managers of owners’ associations, building contractors, estate agents and architects. We can handle anything from a dispute between neighbours to a due diligence study: you name it, we can do it!