There are countless reasons to acquire a house together. Whether it is out of love, entrepreneurship or inheritance. Unfortunately, managing a joint property does not always run smoothly. The relationship can end, there can be different views on how the house should be managed or there can be quarrels in the family. Whatever the reason, there may come a time when you want to get rid of your share. How easy can this be done without being financially disadvantaged?
If there is a joint property within the meaning of Title 7, Book 3 of the Dutch Civil Code, Dutch law fortunately states that a shareholder does not have to remain in a joint property against his or herfreewill. [Read more…] about How ‘our’ becomes ‘mine’