As a specialist in tenancy law, Birgit advises both tenants and landlords in disputes on rental price, service costs, renovation and transfers as well as in housing fraud and nuisance. In addition, she is experienced in dealing with questions regarding real estate, including apartment law, statutory rights and duties between neighbours and disputes regarding squatting and the sale and purchase of property.
Birgit was sworn in as a lawyer in 1988 and started working for TRIP Law in the same year. She is practically minded and bases her advice on carefully drawn up cost-benefit analyses, a sound professional knowledge and years of experience in litigation practice. The law is her means of attaining the best possible result for her clients, and as one of Birgit’s clients, you will be involved in all aspects of your case and can be assured of practicable advice and clear communication.
Year of swearing-in
Property And Civil Construction Law
Construction & Real Estate
Social Housing Associations
Dutch Law University of Groningen
Post-academic programme in tenancy law (Rent Law Association) (cum laude)
Member of the Supervisory Board of the Groninger course Tenancy Law University of Groningen
Board member of the UMCG volunteers & friends foundation
Member of the Tenancy Lawyers Association
Member of the German-Dutch Lawyers Association
LanguagesDutch, English & German