Real estate

Administrative law

General administrative law and administrative procedural law are subject to ongoing change. Due, on the one hand, to rulings of administrative courts, such as scarcity of permits and the principle of the protection of legitimate expectations. On the other hand, to new legislation, such as the new Bibob Act and the Open Government Act (Wet open overheid), the intended successor to the Wet openbaarheid van bestuur). We have years of experience in advising and litigating for both private and public parties in relation to the granting of licences (including operating licences and restaurant patios), subsidy decisions and enforcement and supervision. We also closely follow developments in administrative law to ensure that we can effectively assist you in this area.

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With a specialised team of lawyers, we work every day to represent the legal interests of our clients in the commercial and non-profit sectors.

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Practical examples

We want to open an office in Germany and need legal support.

Jeroen Rouers

Jeroen Rouers

Through our network I can refer you to a local specialist.