On 14 July 2016, as a result of a new directive from Europe, the so-called ‘Mortgage Credit Directive…more
Marie – Christine Veltkamp
Marie- Christine studied law at the University of Leiden and has an extensive experience in real estate law. She joined GMW advocaten in 2012, after she and her family returned from a four year stay in the Sultanate of Oman. Because of her experience abroad she is aware of the problems that expats might encounter.
Marie-Christine is specialized in tenancy law and she is a member of the Specialist Association of Tenancy Law Lawyers. She advices on complicated matters of tenancy law regarding both residential and business accommodation. Her clients are housing corporations, local authorities, food service industries, enterprises of all sizes and national and international private individuals. Her legal advice and litigation include the field of commencement and expiration of the lease, general terms and conditions, defects on delivery, concurrence of tenancy regimes, joint tenancy, hemp plantations, disturbances by neighbours, etc. Marie-Christine gives lectures on tenancy law to several real estate companies.
Marie-Christine also has a wide experience in purchase and sale of real estate, apartment rights, construction law, administrative law, law of obligations and debt-collection. She is well-known for her analytical skills combined with a vigorous approach.