Law of obligations
The law of obligations regulates the relationship between parties
Contract law is a part of civil law that you encounter on a daily basis. Most obligations arise under the law or contract. Examples of obligations under the law are tort, negotiorum gestio, unjust enrichment or undue payment. Obligations under contract can be reciprocal (purchase, lease, employment contract) or unilateral (gift or custody), see also contract law.
In the area relating to the law of obligations, we advise and litigate in matters pertaining to:
Statutory rights and duties between neighbours
Action for damages
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Any questions about law of obligations?Please contact Olivier (O.R.) baron van Hardenbroek van Ammerstol