Chambers and Partners Real Estate Global Practice Guide 2022 - Luxembourg chapter
Claire-Marie Darnand, Victorien Hémery, Benjamin Marthoz and Tom Storck have contributed to the Luxembourg chapter of the Chambers and Partners Real Estate Global Practice Guide 2022.
Stibbe advises Aedifica
Stibbe advised Aedifica on negotiating and drafting leasing and sale and lease back agreements for public real estate and senior housing acquisitions.
Stibbe advises private investment fund
Stibbe assisted a private investment fund in a litigation case against the American Internal Revenue Service concerning the cross-border leasing of railway material, and the applicability of Belgian law on such a transaction.
Stibbe advises Breevast and Immobel
Stibbe assisted real estate developers Breevast and Immobel in negotiating and signing an important lease agreement with the Building Authority.
Stibbe advises Re-Vive
Stibbe assisted Re-Vive – in accordance with its values and objectives: people, planet, and profit – on the legal aspects of the EKLA project in Brussels.
Stibbe advises Qorvo
Stibbe advised Nasdaq listed Qorvo, a leading provider of core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and defense applications, on its acquisition of Netherlands-based privately-held GreenPeak Technologies.
Stibbe advises Makro Cash & Carry Belgium
Acting as longstanding legal counsel for Makro Cash & Carry Belgium in various legal fields, such as socio-economic legislation, competition law and unfair competition law, consumer protection, general commercial etc.
Stibbe advises Floating PV
Stibbe acted as a transaction counsel to Floating PV NV, a vehicle set up by Sibelco, Groep Machiels and Luminus to build five hectares of floating solar panels at Sibelco’s Schansheide quarry in Dessel.
Real estate and the impact of COVID-19
COVID-19 is increasingly disrupting our real estate industry. This article provides you with answers to some of the legal questions raised by the real estate industry during this crisis.
Rent reduction based on Dutch government coronavirus measures: possible or not?
The economic consequences of the 'intelligent lockdown' for the commercial rental sector are slowly becoming visible. Examples of these consequences include a considerable drop in demand, forced closings, and government-imposed operating limitations.
Provisional rental discounts in times of COVID-19
Recent interim injunctions indicate that the corona crisis can, in principle, be an unforeseen circumstance that may be a reason to amend a commercial lease agreement.