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Book 'Project development & construction in the Netherlands' offers overview of real estate practice

Adequate advice on real estate projects requires input from and good coordination between lawyers, tax advisers and civil-law notaries. Therefore, our new publication 'Project development & construction in the Netherlands' offers a handy and useable overview of the most important legal and tax aspects. You can order the online version of this book as from today!

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Integral approach to the real estate market

This book is the successor to the book 'Building in the Netherlands', that we published in 2016. Not only the title of the book has changed, so has the content. It covers the entire life cycle of real estate: from land acquisition, plan development and realisation to start-up operation and redevelopment.

What has not changed, is the purpose of this publication. It gives you a handy and usable overview of the most important legal and fiscal aspects. Below you find a preview of the book.

Handy and usable overview

Topics covered in the book include the following:

  • Statutory regulations for building contracts;
  • Standard building contracts;
  • International building practice;
  • Project development partnerships;
  • Transaction structures;
  • Ownership structures in project development;
  • Public-private partnership;
  • Rules relating to procurement and state aid;
  • Project finance;
  • Insurance policies for construction risks;
  • Public law aspects of building;
  • Sustainable building;
  • VAT and transfer tax;
  • Corporate income tax in project development;
  • Recipients’ and chain liability;
  • Insolvency procedures;
  • Settlement of construction disputes.

Order your online copy

Curious about the contents of this book? Order the online version here, in Dutch or English.



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