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Rutger Fabritius Lawyer - Senior Government and real estate

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About Rutger Fabritius


Rutger is experienced in advising and litigating in Tenancy Law, both in the areas of commercial and residential leases. He assists a variety of clients. Both in the field of (semi-)governmental institutions such as housing corporations, healthcare institutions and municipalities, as well as commercial real estate parties such as investors and retailers.
He is a member of the Vereniging van Huurrecht Advocaten (VHA, Leasing Lawyers Association) and publishes regularly in various professional journals.
Rutger has been admitted to the bar and working at Dirkzwager since 2014.


2014 Lawyer - Senior, Dirkzwager
Banking & Finance, Energy , Food & Agri, Trade & Transport, International, Companies, Education, Public authorities, Private persons, Real estate, Insurers, Healthcare Tenancy Law and Lease of Land Dirkzwager - Velperpoort
Velperweg 1
6824 BZ Arnhem


2019 2020 VHA Specialisation in Tenancy Law (OSR)
2013 2015 Business Administration, Master's in Strategic Management, Radboud University Nijmegen
2012 2014 Dutch Law, specialising in Civil Law, Radboud University Nijmegen

Secondary activities


- member of the Vereniging van Huurrechtadvocaten (VHA, Leasing Lawyers Association);

- author for Tijdschrift voor Huurrecht (WR);

- author for Tijdschrift voor Vastgoedrecht (VGR);

- member of the Bouwkamer Nijmegen;

- member of the Stedelijk Netwerk Nijmegen;


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Panic among real estate investors: rent increase clauses voidable?

The District Court of Amsterdam has ruled in three judgments that agreed rent increase clauses in housing are unfair. As a result, the clauses are annulled and past rent increases are reversed. Also, the rent cannot be increased (again) for the remainder of the term of the lease. This has far-reaching consequences for current leases and the marketability of housing complexes. Reason why it is essential for landlords to carefully formulate (new) rent increase clauses.