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Mrs Manuela von Kuegelgen
Real estate law; Town planning law; Environmental law; Administrative law.
Manuela von Kuegelgen is a specialist in real estate transactions and administrative law, town and country planning law, and environmental law.
She assists Belgian and international clients in structuring complex real estate transactions, real estate development and related litigation.
Manuela von Kuegelgen has drafted a complete recast of the Housing Code for the Bruxelles-Capitale Region (Brussels). The legislative ordinance has entered into force on 1 January 2018.
She was a teaching assistant at ULB from 1989 to 2007 in the law of obligations and contracts, and in security interests. She is still regularly invited to speak at training courses and seminars on real estate law and town and country planning law, notably for public entities.
Manuela von Kuegelgen is the author of various publications in French and English on the law of obligations and contracts and on administrative and environmental law.
Admitted to the Bar of Brussels in September 1989; Associate and then partner of the lawfirm STIBBE (1989-2004); Chief Legal Officer of the Group Robelco (2004-2005); Joined Simont Braun in February 2006; Partner of Simont Braun since 1st January 2008.
French, English and Dutch.
Manuela von Kuegelgen is a member of the editorial committee of “Jurimpratique”.
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) (Law, 1989).
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Simont Braun‘s team ‘reacts quickly and provides excellent and practically oriented advice in very technical matters‘. The department draws upon the firm’s strength in public and administrative law to cover a wide range of real estate work. Practice head Manuela von Kuegelgen is leading the advice to the Urban Development Corporation in Brussels on the ongoing implementation of the Contemporary and Modern Art Museum and Architecture Museum development project. Associate Laura Grauer is also recommended.