Rental & Housing

Rental law offers great protection to tenants. The landlord assumes the obligation to provide an object or part thereof for use. The tenant provides a quid pro quo, usually by paying a periodic sum of money. Rental law applies not only to residential premises, but also to offices and movable property (cars, bicycles, etc.).

Rental agreements

An unambiguous contract is always the starting point of the relationship between a tenant and a landlord. Both in the case of private individuals and businesses. Rental law has mandatory provisions. It is not allowed to deviate from the law on certain points. Thus, a deviation can lead to a non-binding provision being.

LexQuire’s rental law specialists know the pitfalls and possibilities. They also have the know how to properly represent your interests and to avoid unnecessary conflict.

Rental of business space

As a business man, you may be faced with disputes relating to the rental of your business premises. For example, your landlord may wish to increase the rent or not help you if you bring up defects. Also, a forced closure due to renovation or a refused sublet can lead to problems. Contact the specialists of LexQuire to always know what your options are.

Rental disputes

If you have a conflict with your tenant or landlord, our specialists will look at happily review your case and devise the best suited structure. In some cases, terminating the relationship is the best solution. In other cases, a new agreement may be a way out. Sometimes the situation calls for tough action and also then our specialists will assist you. They know the right way to proceed and, if necessary, they will litigate on your behalf.

Real estate

Rental law is closely linked to the regulation of real estate. Our (deputy) civil-law notaries, lawyers and tax advisers have a lot of experience in the real estate industry. They will advise you in local cases as well as in cross-border and international cases.

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