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Yvonne Jansen

commercial property and investment

Education

Yvonne Jansen studied at Erasmus University Rotterdam, where she obtained both the master's degree in Business Law and the master's degree in Private Law. In January 2021 she graduated Cum Laude from the Grotius Specialization Course in Real Estate Law.

Lawyer at LVH

Since August 2016.

Function and facts

Yvonne works in the corporate law practice with a focus on real estate and tenancy law. Her clients include housing corporations, construction companies, landlords and tenants of business premises and start-ups.

When necessary, Yvonne litigates before courts and appeal courts on issues such as liability, rental law, unsettled claims, bank guarantees and additional work.

Sector

Construction & Property Lawyers

Expertise

Rental (contract and eviction)
Business and shareholders

Competences

Yvonne invests in contacts with clients, which enables her to move easily within organizations. She knows how to set goals and priorities effectively and goes for the best possible result. She also ensures good communication about developments and decisions in a case and gives space to ask questions.

Registration of legal areas

In accordance with Article 35b(1) of the Legal Profession Regulations Yvonne has registered the following legal areas in the register of legal areas of the Netherlands Bar: rental law, property law and business law. According to the standards of the Netherlands Bar the registration obliges her to obtain ten training credits per year in each of the registered legal areas.

Personal characteristics

Direct, meticulous and involved.

Memberships / extracurricular activities
  • member of the Association of Young Real Estate Lawyers (VJOJ).

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