Jeremy studied law at Radboud University in Nijmegen, during which time he was the editor-in-chief of the biggest legal faculty magazine in the Netherlands. After graduating, he worked as a lawyer for a major Dutch bank, a well-known insurer and a law firm, acquiring experience in the fields of property law and contract law.  

At Van Veen Advocaten, he mainly focuses on property and civil property law, dealing with matters regarding tenancy law, construction law and other property-related subjects. He offers advice and litigates about renting and letting residential and commercial property, the contracting of work, as well as about selling and buying immovable property. You can also contact him with questions about real rights such as easements or prescription issues.

Jeremy is genuinely interested in his clients and their issues. He has a calm and assured demeanour without being arrogant. The word ‘natural' describes him perfectly. His advice is accurate and Jeremy is always able to add an appropriate dash of humour to any personal contact.

Interesses:

 

Playing tennis and squash.
Watching football, although he prefers to play it.
Preparing exotic dishes.