Raymond de Mooij is one of the founders of GMW advocaten. He is a lawyer since 1989, specializing in property law and tenancy law. Raymond works for real estate entrepreneurs, developers, housing associations, catering establishments and retailers. His personal and practical approach ensures a loyal customer base.
Raymond has a litigation practice. That means that he is in court almost on a daily basis. In these proceedings and in rendering advice besides his own expertise Raymond can rely on the knowledge and experience of the real estate section of GMW advocaten: specialists in the field of construction law, homeowner associations law and administrative law which makes the service to real estate clients comprehensive. In particular Raymond conducts proceedings in conflicts about real estate transactions, latent defects, rent adjustments, arrears, hemp cases, subletting, nuisance and squatting. He also has extensive experience in drafting and reviewing purchase agreements and leases.
Raymond has recorded many of his adventures in the legal profession in newspaper columns and magazine articles. These stories have been collected in two books: “Voor de rechter” (“In Court”) and “Vechten in toga”(“Fighting in Toga”). Raymond frequently gives lectures in tenancy law, property law and civil procedure.
Lawyer / partner
Law, Leiden University
Lawyer, partner and co-founder at GMW advocaten
Columnist Business Haaglanden
– “Vechten in toga” (“Fighting in Toga”) Boom Legal Publishers, The Hague 2009
– “Voor de rechter” (“In Court”), Publisher BZZTôH, The Hague 2005