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Jean-Rodolphe Dirix

Lawyer - Real property law; Commercial law Lawyer Xirius

Jean-Rodolphe Dirix has been a lawyer at the Brussels Bar since 1995 and holds a law degree from the Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen (1995).

He also holds a Master's degree in business law from the same institution (1998).
Maître Dirix practices commercial law, in particular industrial and commercial contracts, the law of distribution (sales concession contracts, commercial agency, franchises, etc.) and business practices.

He has a thorough knowledge of the sale of real property, leases (commercial lease, office lease and main residence contracts), the law of estate agents and brokers, including their professional liability, and construction law.

As a lawyer, Jean-Rodolphe Dirix also manages efficient debt collection in Belgium and abroad.

His activities as a specialist in commercial and real estate law include the drafting of contracts, advice regarding legislation, and litigation before the various jurisdictions and courts of arbitration.

He is the author of numerous articles on commercial and real property law and has participated in the publication of several works.

He is also member of the editorial Committee of the publication "Immospector" edited by Wolter Kluwer.

He practices in French, Dutch and English.

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Action du vendeur en résolution du compromis aux torts de l’acquéreur : peut-on revendre l’immeuble pendant la procédure ?

Article publié sur Immospector, édité par Kluwer


Le droit civil pour les géomètres-experts (partie 2)

Cours donné au SPF Finances.

Jean-Rodolphe Dirix


Une offre immobilière caduque peut-elle renaître de ses cendres?

Article publié sur Immospector, édité par Kluwer.

Jean-Rodolphe Dirix


Le droit civil pour les géomètres-experts (partie 1)

Cours donné au SPF Finances.

Jean-Rodolphe Dirix


Du changement dans la lutte contre les retards de paiement

Article publié dans la revue Immobilier – Kluwer, n° 3 de 2014

Jean-Rodolphe Dirix