Jean-Luc Seynaeve has been an attorney at the Paris Court since 1996. He holds a postgraduate diploma in general private law and a specialised postgraduate diploma in real estate and construction law from the University of Paris II-Panthéon-Assas.

A specialist in real estate law, he joined the firm in 1997 to handle sensitive cases, mainly involving litigation, in the most varied areas of real estate law, both private (sales, leases, co-ownership, easements, abnormal neighbourhood disturbances, etc.) and public (expropriation, town planning, agreements for the occupation of public property, classified facilities for the protection of the environment, etc.).

Having an outstanding experience in contractual techniques, particularly in the area of leases, Jean-Luc Seynaeve dedicates his multidisciplinary expertise to serving clients.

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Jean-Luc Seynaeve is a professor at the Institute of Economic and Legal Studies Applied to Real Estate, Construction and Housing (ICH –CNAM- Institut d’études économiques et juridiques appliquées à l’immobilier, la construction et l’habitat). He is also the author of articles and case law commentaries in several reputable professional journals.

Lastly, he is a member of the National Jury of the Real Estate Law Specialisation Examination of the National Council of Bars and Law Societies (CNB- Conseil National des Barreaux).