This question was recently raised in a case before the District Court of Limburg. The case was as follows: At the time of the sale of a residential plot, it was stipulated that the purchaser or his legal successors “will never submit any objections of any kind under the applicable environmental legislation as well as […]
About Marius Rijntjes
Marius Rijntjes is gespecialiseerd in civiel vastgoedrecht. Hij houdt zich onder meer bezig met huurrecht, koop-/verkooptransacties en projectontwikkeling.
Entries by Marius Rijntjes
The Supreme Court issued a judgment in 2017, in which it was ruled that in the event of expiry of the statute of limitations, a claim for damages or even restitution is possible. The case before the Supreme Court concerned a resident of the municipality of Heusden who had fenced off part of the forest […]
If splitting the lease leads to a sensible result, transferring part of a leased plot will result in splitting the original lease into two leases. This was recently the case in a Supreme Court case. It concerned the following case. Of a leased plot with a surface area of 792 m2, a part with a […]
It has been possible for some time that owners of office buildings in Amsterdam were fined if they did not report vacancy on time, but since December 2016 it is also possible that owners of houses are fined if they do not report vacancy on time. With this fine, the municipality of Amsterdam wants to […]
This question was recently raised in a case before the Arnhem-Leeuwarden Court of Appeal. The case was as follows. A number of heirs offer the house of their deceased parents for sale through a mediator. After some time, the mediator let them know that no candidate buyers have presented themselves, but there is a candidate […]
The Council of State recently made a decision in a case of principle on the question whether a nursing home can be considered a home. M2 Lawyers litigated on behalf of the owner and brought the case to a successful conclusion. What was the case about? The case was about the former Wittenberg nursing home […]
It sometimes happens that a new owner presents himself within a HOA who has certain plans and requests permission for this. This was also the case in a case in which M2 Advocaten was involved. This case involved a hotel owner who had bought a residential apartment on the first floor and wanted to add […]
These questions were recently raised in a case before the Court of Appeal of Arnhem-Leeuwarden. The case was as follows. The seller engages a real estate agent when selling his home. Next to the house is a building with a garden. In the garden is the remainder of a former house located (hereinafter: “the ruin”). […]
An offer is sufficiently determinable when the determination of the commitments undertaken by the parties can be made according to predetermined criteria. These criteria may contain a subjective element because the further determination may be entrusted to a third party or to one of the parties. This was recently the case in a Supreme Court […]
Owners are protected as third parties in good faith after they bought a property. They can invoke this protection against the person who should have known about the error but did not ensure that the registers corresponded to reality (i.e. registration of a deed with the correct content). This was recently the case in a […]
Ginio Beij has been an attorney since 2002. Clients appreciate his approach because he empathizes with their interests and knows that a solution is often more important than a victory. However, he also understands the art of litigation at the cutting edge and knows how to achieve good results in complex proceedings as well.
Marius Rijntjes specializes in civil real estate law. His work includes rental law, purchase / sale transactions and project development. In addition, he has built up expertise in the field of owner rights and obligations, such as easement disputes, HOA matters and limitation issues. Marius has years of litigation experience.