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When is a lawyer required?

You have received a summons and must soon appear before the judge who will rule on your case or you…

2 months ago
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What does a lawyer do?

Damage suffered at the hands of someone else, arrested by the police or wanting to stand up for your own…

2 months ago
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Transition compensation for an employment contract: How does it work?

Under certain circumstances, an employee whose employment contract ends is entitled to a legally determined compensation. This is also referred…

2 months ago
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Non-compete clause: what do you need to know?

A non-competition clause, regulated in art. 7:653 of the Dutch Civil Code, is a far-reaching restriction of the employee's freedom…

2 months ago
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The Bankruptcy Act and its procedures

Earlier we wrote a blog about the circumstances under which a bankruptcy can be filed and how this procedure works.…

2 months ago
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General terms and conditions of purchase: B2B

As an entrepreneur you enter into agreements on a regular basis. Also with other companies. General terms and conditions are…

2 months ago
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Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the Netherlands

Can a judgment rendered abroad be recognized and/or enforced in the Netherlands? This is a frequently asked question in legal…

2 months ago
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All about the earn-out arrangement

There are many things to consider when selling a business. One of the most important and most difficult elements is…

4 months ago
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What is a legal merger?

That a share merger involves a transfer of shares of the merging companies is clear from the name. The term…

4 months ago
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Divorce with children: communication is key

Once the decision to divorce has been made, there is much to be arranged and thus discussed. Divorcing partners usually…

5 months ago
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File a complaint about the court

It is important that you have and maintain confidence in the Judiciary. That is why you can file a complaint…

5 months ago
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Ruling in the climate case against Shell

The ruling of the District Court of The Hague in the case of Milieudefensie against Royal Dutch Shell PLC (hereafter:…

5 months ago
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Donor Agreement: What do you need to know?

There are several aspects to having a child with the help of a sperm donor, such as finding a suitable…

6 months ago
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Transfer of Undertaking

If you are planning to transfer a company to someone else or to take over someone else's company, you may…

6 months ago
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The licence agreement

Intellectual property rights exist to protect your creations and ideas from unauthorised use by third parties. However, in certain cases,…

6 months ago
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The role of the Supervisory Board in times of crisis

In addition to our general article on the Supervisory Board (hereinafter 'SB'), we would also like to focus on the…

7 months ago
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The Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board (hereinafter 'SB') is a body of the BV and the NV that has a supervisory function on…

7 months ago
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The ins and outs of the statutory two-tier company

The statutory two-tier company is a special form of company that can apply to the NV and BV (as well…

7 months ago
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Preventive custody: when is it permissible?

Did the police detain you for days and do you now wonder whether this is done strictly by the book?…

7 months ago
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Ex-partner entitled to maintenance does not want to work

In the Netherlands, maintenance is a financial contribution to the living expenses of the former partner and any children after…

9 months ago
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What are your rights as a tenant?

Every tenant has the right has two important rights: the right to enjoyment of living and the right to rent…

9 months ago
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Rent protection

When you rent an accommodation in the Netherlands, you are automatically entitled to rent protection. The same applies to your…

9 months ago
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Divorce in 10 steps

It is difficult to decide whether to get a divorce. Once you have decided that this is the only solution,…

9 months ago
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Applying for a work permit in the Netherlands. This is what you as a UK citizen need to know.

Until 31 December 2020, all EU rules were in force for the United Kingdom and citizens with British nationality could…

9 months ago
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Obligations of the landlord

A rental agreement has various aspects. An important aspect of this is the landlord and the obligations he has towards…

9 months ago
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What should you do if you are unable to meet your alimony obligations?

Alimony is an allowance to a former spouse and children as a contribution to maintenance. The person who has to…

10 months ago
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Director’s conflict of interest

Directors of a company should at all times be guided by the interest of the company. What if directors have…

10 months ago
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Change in transfer tax: starters and investors pay attention!

2021 is a year in which a few things will change in the field of legislation and regulations. This is…

10 months ago
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Retention of title

Ownership is the most comprehensive right a person can have in a good, according to the Civil Code. First of…

10 months ago
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Revision of NV-law and the male / female ratio

In 2012, BV (private company) law was simplified and made more flexible. With the entry into force of the Law…

10 months ago
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Protecting Trade Secrets: What Should You Know?

The Trade Secrets Act (Wbb) has applied in the Netherlands since 2018. This Act implements the European Directive on the…

10 months ago
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Surrogacy in the Netherlands

Pregnancy, unfortunately, is not a matter of course for every parent with a desire to have children. In addition to…

10 months ago
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International surrogacy

In practice, intended parents increasingly choose to start a surrogacy programme abroad. They may have various reasons for this, all…

10 months ago
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Parental authority

When a child is born, the mother of the child automatically has parental authority over the child. Except in cases…

11 months ago
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Bill on Modernization of Partnerships

To this day, the Netherlands has three legal forms of partnerships: the partnership, the general partnership (VOF) and the limited…

11 months ago