Procedural law and arbitration

Procurement law is likewise essential in matters relating to property development, especially to the public authorities. Tendering procedures as a rule give rise to a great number of practical questions which are increasingly resolved through legal proceedings.

Among our clients are property developers, contractors, investors (i.e. turnkey purchasers of projects), local and other authorities and housing associations that may themselves act as developers.

We seek to avoid legal proceedings. They are costly, often time-consuming and their outcome is always uncertain. However, from time to time going to court is the only option. In that case you will be in safe hands with us: we are experienced litigators, familiar with the latest case law. When going to court, you need professional litigators to represent you, which is exactly what Six Advocaten are.

The every-day practice of real estate law is characterized by the fact that, in matters involving construction law in particular, disputes are as a rule submitted to arbitration rather than to the regular courts. We at Six Advocaten are well-acquainted with the following institutions: the Dutch Arbitration Institute (NAI), the Court of Arbitration for the Building Industry in the Netherlands (Raad van Arbitrage voor de Bouw), the Architectural Arbitration Institute (Arbitrage Instituut Bouwkunst), the Disputes Committee KIVI (Commissie van Geschillen KIVI), the Court of Arbitration for the Metal Industry and Trade in the Netherlands (Raad van Arbitrage voor de Metaalnijverheid en –handel) and the International Chamber of Commerce.

Other areas of practice

Property

Real Estate law covers a wide field. It is concerned with the land and all that is constructed on and in it.

Real Estate law covers a wide field. It is concerned with the land and all that is constructed on and in it.

Renting and letting

Matters related to the renting and letting of real estate are among our greatest specializations. We render assistance to property investors, housing associations and other professional lessors and commercial lessees.

Matters related to the renting and letting of real estate are among our greatest specializations. We render assistance to property investors, housing associations and other professional lessors and commercial lessees.

Construction

The design and construction process is where the various parties involved have to work together, such as the commissioning authority, the architect, the consulting engineers, the contractor, sub-contractors, other contractors and suppliers.

The design and construction process is where the various parties involved have to work together, such as the commissioning authority, the architect, the consulting engineers, the contractor, sub-contractors, other contractors and suppliers.

Tendering

When government agencies (or similar institutions) wish to award a contract, this very soon means that multiple market parties must be given the opportunity to tender.

When government agencies (or similar institutions) wish to award a contract, this very soon means that multiple market parties must be given the opportunity to tender.

Environmental law and other administrative law

Environmental law is concerned with our environment and includes areas of law such as planning and zoning law, the protection of the environment and pollution control law

Environmental law is concerned with our environment and includes areas of law such as planning and zoning law, the protection of the environment and pollution control law

Project development

Project development includes the development and construction of real estate projects, such as housing locations, offices, business premises and shopping centres, both new and forming part of urban renewal schemes.

Project development includes the development and construction of real estate projects, such as housing locations, offices, business premises and shopping centres, both new and forming part of urban renewal schemes.

Government liability

Public authorities may be held liable for damage resulting from its acts (and of late appear to be held liable increasingly readily in case of damage or harm).

Public authorities may be held liable for damage resulting from its acts (and of late appear to be held liable increasingly readily in case of damage or harm).

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