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Andreas van den Eikel primarily advises on real estate law. He specializes in real estate transactions, commercial tenancy law and property law.
He advises mainly national and international investors, asset managers and developers on the acquisition/sale, development and management of real estate focusing in particular on office and retail property, shopping centers and hotels.
Andreas van den Eikel provides clients with comprehensive support for their real estate transactions (portfolios and single properties, asset and share deals, including sale-and-leaseback) from the due diligence through to designing and negotiating contracts as well as post-closing matters. He advises on concluding tenancy contracts and any tenancy law issues.
Prior to joining White & Case in February 2012, he worked in the Real Estate Practice of another leading international law firm.
General terms and conditions stipulating that the offer made by the other party is to remain valid indefinitely and by which the user reserves the right to accept the offer at any time are incompatible with § 308 No. 1 of the German Civil Code, IZ, Issue 7, pp.12, 2014
Where the offer made by a purchaser of real property is subsequently accepted by the vendor in a separate deed, the time at which the purchaser becomes aware of a defect ruling out his warranty rights is determined by the time his offer was notarized, IZ, Issue 7, pp.12, 2013
Investments in nursing homes – How to secure investments in nursing homes the best way (Investments in Pflegeeinrichtungen – Pflegeheiminvestments besser absichern), IZ, Issue 47, pp.13-14, 2011
The tenant has the burden of argument and proof with regard to an allegation that the landlord breached the efficiency-principle in the statement of operating costs. Commentary on the decision of the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) of July 6, 2011, IZ, Issue 43, pp.12, 2011
The investor’s view – What investors of nursing homes need to consider (Der Blick des Investors – Worauf Pflegemarkt-Investoren achten müssen), medAmbiente care, Issue 3, p. 8-9, 2011