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  • Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Rehabilitation Proceedings in the Netherlands (Updated)

    KEY FACTS OF BANKRUPTCY, INSOLVENCY & REHABILITATION PROCEEDINGS UNDER DUTCH LAW - I. Insolvency proceedings in The Netherlands - There are three law-regulated insolvency proceedings in The Netherlands: bankruptcy (faillissement), suspensions of payment (surseance van betaling) and debt adjustment for natural persons (schuldsanering natuurlijke personen). Since the scope

  • Sexual Harassment In The Workplace: What Dutch Companies Need To Know

    What constitutes sexual harassment? Sexual harassment occurs if someone shows verbal, non verbal or physical behavior with sexual connotation which aims at and results in the affection of the dignity of the other person. This is in particular so if a threatening, hostile, offensive, humiliating or hurting environment is created. No justification for such behavior exists, which means...

  • Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Rehabilitation Proceedings in the Netherlands

    KEY FACTS OF BANKRUPTCY, INSOLVENCY & REHABILITATION PROCEEDINGS UNDER DUTCH LAW - I. Insolvency proceedings in The Netherlands - There are three law-regulated insolvency proceedings in The Netherlands: bankruptcy (faillissement 1), suspensions of payment (surseance van betaling2) and debt adjustment for natural persons (schuldsanering natuurlijke personen 3). Since...

  • Establishing A Business Entity In The Netherlands

    TYPES OF BUSINESS ENTITIES - In the Netherlands, we distinguish legal entities which are by law acknowledged to be legal persons (“rechtspersonen”) and entities which do not have the status of a legal person. The latter category may be regarded as types of co-operation between entrepreneurs, which co-operations will mainly be transparent for tax purposes. Income tax will be levied at...

  • Buying and Selling Real Estate in the Netherlands

    KEY FACTS OF REAL ESTATE ACQUISITIONS UNDER DUTCH LAW - Introduction - The purchase of an immovable property is a mutual agreement. Neither the seller nor the buyer has the obligation to make use of the services of a real estate agent. In practice, one often sees that the seller instructs a real estate agent to act as an intermediary. A purchase agreement cannot...

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