Mr. S. van Loozenoord



Stephanie van Loozenoord joined Wijn & Stael in 2019 and focuses her practice on tenancy and construction law, purchase and sale, and rights in rem. She assists clients with the drafting of lease, purchase and construction agreements and regularly counsels and litigates disputes over (real estate) agreements and rights in rem, such as ownership, ground lease, building rights and easements.

Precise and Creative with Outstanding Analytical Skills

Stephanie is a dedicated attorney who quickly gets to the heart of the matter. With a keen eye for detail, she delivers strategic and creative solutions that go beyond the legal aspect. “It’s important to give clients useful advice based on their situation and needs. To do just that, I first get to know the client and their business, then weed out the pieces of information that are relevant to the case I will be building for them. I’m always honest about the merits of the case and the chances of winning it, so they know where they stand and can make an informed decision about what they want to do.”

Experience with Real Estate Transactions

Stephanie gained experience interning at the District Court of Central Netherlands. She also worked at an internationally operating law firm for two years, where her work also involved real estate transactions.

Professional Activities & Memberships

  • Member, VJOJ - Association of Young Real Estate Lawyers

Academic Background

  • Dutch Law: Private Law, 2016, Criminal Law, 2016, Utrecht University

Representative Practice

  • Represented a property developer in extensive proceedings over a building project. The case involved several discussions on contract variations, (delivery) faults and project delays.
  • Represented a construction company in proceedings concerning a purchase option. The question at the heart of the case pertained to whether, and if so, when and on what conditions, a purchase agreement had been entered into by the parties.
  • Counseled an Utrecht-based cultural non-profit organization on negotiations with a lessor of cultural real estate.


Stephanie has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

  • Real estate law (construction law, easements and ground lease)

Based on this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.

Publications from Stephanie van Loozenoord

De huurindexering volgens CPI index per 1 januari 2023

De media staan er de laatste weken vol van. De huurindexering van commerciële ruimten die verhuurders per 1 januari voornemens zijn door te voeren, houdt velen bezig. De huurovereenkomsten gebaseerd ...

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De informatieplicht van de aannemer jegens de kwaliteitsborger onder de Wkb; zorg dat partijen dit regelen in de aannemingsovereenkomst!

De kwaliteitsborger is onder de Wkb onder meer verplicht een risicobeoordeling van het bouwplan te maken en op basis daarvan een borgingsplan vast te stellen. Verder moet hij aan het einde van de bouw...

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Komt er een einde aan tijdelijke huurovereenkomsten voor zelfstandige woonruimten?

Als het aan Henk Nijboer (PvdA) en Pieter Grinwis (ChristenUnie) ligt wel. Zij dienden op 16 september jl. een initiatiefwetsvoorstel in tot het afschaffen van tijdelijke huurovereenkomsten voor zelfs...

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De Hoge Raad geeft duidelijkheid over waarschuwingsplicht aannemer bij meerwerk

In een arrest van 1 juli 2022[1] heeft de Hoge Raad duidelijkheid gegeven over de invulling van de waarschuwingsplicht van de aannemer bij door opdrachtgever gewenste toevoegingen of veranderingen in ...

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