Both when entering into a lease agreement and when you become involved in a dispute over a lease, it is advisable to consult a lawyer.

Why Yprius lawyers?

Our lawyers have extensive knowledge of tenancy law and always keep abreast of changes in legislation. We guide you in understanding the legal obligations, drafting watertight agreements, negotiating in discussions and representing your interests in court proceedings. Our goal is to solve your tenancy problem efficiently.

For all your questions on tenancy law, contact us.

We are happy to help you with:
  • Drawing up rental agreements: we can help you draw up residential rental agreements, commercial rental agreements, student accommodation agreements, short-term rental agreements, etc. We can also help you with questions about the content of your rental agreement or updating of rental agreements.
  • Indexation of rents: we are happy to help you index the rent correctly.
  • Rent arrears: we take the necessary steps to collect unpaid rent. If an amicable settlement is not possible, we make every effort to collect the rent arrears through the courts.
  • Rent damage: the property must be properly maintained by the tenant. If rental damage occurs, we will act quickly to avoid additional damage and obtain repair or compensation.
  • Termination of the lease: we are happy to assist you in correctly terminating the lease as landlord or tenant.
  • Disputes regarding maintenance and repairs: we advise you on the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords regarding maintenance and repairs. Major repairs are in principle for the landlord, yet some specific repairs are for the tenant.
  • Release of rental deposit: at the end of the rental agreement, the rental deposit should be released. In case of rental damage, we will do the necessary to have the rental deposit released to the landlord.Judicial dissolution of the lease through the justice of the peace court (vredegerecht): if the tenant does not fulfil his tenant obligations, it may be necessary for the lease to be judicially dissolved.This may involve claiming a severance or rehousing payment, damages and the possible appointment of an expert.Eviction: if a tenant does not fulfil his/her obligations as a tenant, the tenant may also be evicted after the termination of the lease.The tenant should then be forced to leave the property.

Feel free to contact us with any questions or problems. Together, we will find the best solution to your tenancy law issue.