When expats first move to the Netherlands, they often rent an accommodation while getting to know the area. As with many legal matters, tenancy laws differ from country to country. In general, the Netherlands is a country with strong protection for tenants. Broadly put, there are two types of leases: temporary and permanent leases. Most tenants are offered a temporary lease at first. So here’s what you need to know about temporary and permanent leases.
Glenn works in the fields of property law and liability law, supporting both international and local clients. Within property law, he frequently assists in disputes between landlords and tenants. In his liability law practice, Glenn handles many personal injury claims and gives great attention to determining liability and preparing the statement of damage. Glenn offers substantial knowledge of the limiting effect of reasonable grounds and fairness on the statute of limitations.
Glenn distinguishes himself by his ability to quickly reach the heart of the matter, and for actively listening to his clients in order to fully understand their requirements.