More than ever, real estate lies at the heart of fundamental and strategic issues for actors in both the private and public sphere, in both their private or professional life. To clearly and more simply understand complex regulations that bring together increasingly broad and varied sources, it is essential to seek the best advice.
MR. B.A.S. (BAS) VAN LEEUWEN (LL.M., ESQ), attorney at law, assists with all property and construction law issues, advising developers and planners, property companies or partnerships, real estate trustees and administrators, joint ownerships, local authorities, public land tenure institutions, public housing offices, associations and individuals.
SERVING YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS:
Negotiate, draft, revise or cancel your commercial lease
VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM offers advice on all types of issue that may be encountered.
At the beginning of the lease, VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM can help you draft your commercial lease, scrutinising the choice of heads of term.
During the term of the lease, VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM offer assistance in the context of rent adjustment or indexation procedures and in amending contracts to bring them into line with the provisions of the Pinel Law.
When the lease expires, we can advise landlords on notifying the tenant of termination with or without an offer to renew. Similarly, VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM can advise tenants on notifying the landlord of their request to renew the lease.
If need be, VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM can defend you in litigation :
- Fixing the rent for revision or renewal
- Refusal to renew
- Cancellation clauses, procedures for paying rent, expenses and taxes
Defend your interests in litigation
Recession, bankruptcy, sometimes brutal competition and nit-picking regulations are all risks that entrepreneurs face on a daily basis, putting them in difficult situations – unfair competition, unpaid debts, non-compliance issues, disputes with banks or service providers, and so on.
This is why VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM offers clients a team of professionals who can intervene both amicably (conciliation or mediation) or before the courts and courts of appeal.