Charlotte van der Putten

Charlotte van der Putten

Kandidaat-notaris | Associate

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+31 20 605 65 54
+31 6 5764 8910

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Charlotte specialises in notarial law, in particular in relation to the property law elements of real estate transactions. She focuses on the purchase, sale and transfer of commercial real estate, title investigations in due diligence, project development, the division of property into apartments, and the creation and amendment of limited rights (for example, ground lease and mortgage rights). Charlotte likes to provide a swift service when it comes to the purchase, sale and transfer of real estate and always finds the most practical and efficient solutions. Charlotte is a member of the Royal Dutch Association of Civil-law Notaries, the Dutch Association of Young Candidate Civil-law Notaries and FRESH Professionals.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

  • LL.M. Notarial Law (Utrecht University)
  • LL.B. Law (Utrecht University)
  • Houthoff advised Kroonenberg Groep B.V., jointly with Lexence, on the acquisition of a shopping centre in Almere valued at EUR 82 million. The property comprises 65 shops and office spaces near the railway station. Our lawyers focused on the legal due diligence, negations on the SPA and the transfer of the portfolio.

  • Houthoff advised Sligro Food Group N.V. with the proposed acquisition of the shares in Exploitatiemaatschappij Wheere B.V. by Sligro Food Group Nederland B.V. This will include the activities of Vroegop Ruhe & Co B.V., consisting of food wholesaler De Kweker, Vroegop AGF and freight company L.A.J. Duncker.
  • Houthoff advised Gramercy Europe Limited on the acquisition of a distribution centre in Helmond. The property comprises approximately 26,874.9 m2 distribution and office space and parking places.

  • Houthoff advised TH Real Estate on the acquisition and financing of a modern logistics complex in Rotterdam (Maasvlakte II). This is the second acquisition for TH Real Estate's European Logistics Fund. The vendor, which is also the occupier of the property, is selling the property in a sale and long-term leaseback transaction. The property comprises two buildings, dating from 2008 and 2016. It has a total lettable area of 39,500 square metres, most of which is laid out for the storage of hazardous goods. 

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