Is principal residence mandatory in contractual co-tenancy?

20 May 2024

To what extent is the requirement that residential accommodation is the primary place of residence mandatory for contractual joint tenancy?

Most tenancy agreements for residential accommodation include the requirement that the accommodation is the primary residence.

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A right to reimbursement, what does that really mean in a divorce

15 May 2024

A right to reimbursement, what does that really mean in a divorce?

Divorce often involves the right to reimbursement. But what exactly is a right to reimbursement?

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End of employment due to restructuring

13 May 2024

End of employment due to restructuring

You have your own business and employ up to 50 people. Unfortunately, for business economic reasons, you are forced to restructure and lay off some employees.

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Continuation of a rental agreement after the tenant's death

8 May 2024

Continuation of a rental agreement after the tenant’s death

When a tenant of a residential property dies, the rental agreement will in principle end after a period of two months.

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7 May 2024

Attention: another new development in employment law legal protection

Many labour law rules come from Europe. Therefore, for their application and enforceability, employers and employees should also look to 'Europe'.

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The redeployment condition

1 May 2024

The redeployment condition: what can be expected from your employer?

An employment agreement can, in principle, only be terminated if the following conditions have been met:

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Important for tenants in the Netherlands

29 April 2024

Important for tenants in the Netherlands: new protection rules!

Do you rent your house in the Netherlands? If so, as a tenant you are protected against the landlord if, for example, he charges too high a rent, does not repair defects or does not want to repay the deposit at the end of the tenancy.

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Changes to Dutch employment law some things to watch out for

24 April 2024

Changes to Dutch employment law: some things to watch out for

Dutch employment law is constantly changing. 2024 is no different with several interesting pieces of legislation are in the pipeline. Seliz Demirci from GMW Lawyers has the lowdown on the changes to Dutch employment law.

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Right to reimbursement of gifts and inheritance under an exclusion clause

22 April 2024

Right to reimbursement of gifts and inheritance under an exclusion clause

If you receive an inheritance or gift during your marriage, it is quite possible that the testator or donor has included an ‘exclusion clause’ in their will and/or linked it to the gift.

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