Government entities and administrative law
Our specialists advise and litigate in various matters for and against government entities. Those matters include environmental law, for instance granting or refusing environmental permits, evaluation of (modified) possibilities for construction or use under a zoning plan or enforcement issues. And if you wish to make a government entity liable for certain damage, expert representation of interests is required.
Of course we are always informed of the latest developments in administrative law. What really sets us apart is that we are able to quickly translate our expertise into practical solutions and clear legal advice and procedural documents with your interests at heart.
We communicate in clear and precise language with the parties involved and the government. And if it really comes down to it we will firmly and frankly represent you in administrative court. Do you have any questions about your specific situation? Please contact us.
Government entities and administrative law, legal matters
The lawyers of our public and administrative law section negotiate, advise on and litigate about matters such as:
- liability due to incorrect decisions or conduct
- zoning and environmental plans
- contracts with government entities
- nature and environment
- expropriation and other land policy instruments
- damage resulting from planning decisions
- permits (building, use, environment, events)
- administrative law in general (“Awb”)
- enforcement and sanctions (penalties)
- government decisions you object to
- social domain (Youth Act, Participation Act, Social Support Act)
De Voort Advocaten: Our approach
The approach followed by our lawyers and staff is characterized by:
- commitment: always bringing the best out of ourselves
- quick and accurate action
- doing business in style: honesty and sincerity
- co-operation: client, lawyers and support staff work together purposefully
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