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Reinout Vriesendorp And Ferdinand Hengst In ICLG – Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2017
The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2017 provides a practical cross-border insight into corporate recovery and insolvency work...
Netherlands
15 Aug 2017
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Creditors Get Improved Right To Seize Debtors' Bank Accounts Under European Regulation
Creditors will soon be able to obtain a court order allowing them to freeze their debtors' bank balances in other EU member states.
European Union
20 Jan 2017
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Banks Must Keep Records Of Financial Contracts Under New Recovery And Resolution Rules
On 14 October 2016, new rules supplementing the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive will come into force aimed at helping resolution authorities to effectively and efficiently apply resolution tools and powers...
European Union
19 Oct 2016
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Dutch Supreme Court: Pledge On Retained Property Now Bankruptcy-Proof
The Dutch Supreme Court recently ruled that a purchaser who has acquired a good subject to retention of title can establish a pledge on that good, which is unaffected by the purchaser's bankruptcy.
Netherlands
20 Jul 2016
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New Legislation: Director Disqualification Introduced In Dutch Civil Law
The bill on director disqualification has been adopted by both houses of the Dutch parliament.
Netherlands
18 Apr 2016
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Unlawful Actions Of Bankruptcy Trustee No Influence On Statutory Ranking Among Creditors
The Supreme Court recently issued an interesting ruling in an insolvency case where receivables that had been validly pledged to a bank were unlawfully collected by a bankruptcy trustee.
Netherlands
18 Feb 2016
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INSOL: Pensions & Insolvency In The Netherlands – A Survey
What is the legal framework for private pension plans in your country? The Dutch pension system – general overview.
Netherlands
3 Feb 2016
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Cross-Border Insolvencies More Efficient Under Modernised European Rules
The European Parliament has approved a proposal by the European Commission to modernise the current European rules on insolvency.
European Union
10 Jul 2015
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The Licensee And The Bankrupt IP Licensor
Innovation and intellectual property rights ("IP") are sometimes referred to as the motor of modern economy.
Netherlands
15 Apr 2015
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Draft Bill To Introduce State Of The Art Restructuring Legislation In The Netherlands
The bill provides for one of the most significant amendments of the Dutch Bankruptcy Act in decades.
Netherlands
4 Sep 2014
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Licensees Slightly Better Off In Bankruptcy Of Dutch Licensor–But Not Out Of The Woods
The Dutch Supreme Court on 11 July 2014 handed down a decision that improves the position of licensees in case of bankruptcy of a Dutch licensor.
Netherlands
11 Aug 2014
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Licensees Slightly Better Off In Bankruptcy Of Dutch Licensor – But Not Out Of The Woods
The Dutch Supreme Court handed down a decision that improves the position of licensees in case of bankruptcy of a Dutch licensor.
Netherlands
23 Jul 2014
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Non-Assignment/Pledge Clauses Usually Without Effect Vis-À-Vis Third Parties
A recent Supreme Court ruling has put a practical end to the effectiveness of clauses in contracts prohibiting assignment or pledge of receivables.
Netherlands
17 Apr 2014
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Curator Niet Geholpen Bij Vernietiging Zekerheid Voor Nieuwe Kredietrelatie
De Hoge Raad heeft recent uitgesproken dat bij het stellen van zekerheid in het kader van het aangaan van een nieuwe kredietrelatie geen bewijsvermoeden geldt dat betrokken partijen wetenschap van benadeling hadden.
Netherlands
17 Jan 2014
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Compulsory Composition In Insolvency Law: Freedom With Strings Attached?
After the end of the creditors’ meeting in the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers Treasury Co. B.V., the composition plan was adopted by a large majority and approved by the Amsterdam District Court.
Netherlands
8 Jan 2014
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Solvency II Directive applicable From 1 January 2014
The deadline by which the Solvency II Directive must be applied has been moved from 1 November 2012 to 1 January 2014.
European Union
22 Oct 2012
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Dutch Intervention Act In Force
On 13 June 2012 legislation allowing the Dutch Central Bank or the Dutch Minister of Finance to intervene in respect of failing banks and insurance companies with seat in the Netherlands ("Intervention Act") came into force with retroactive effect from 20 January 2012.
Netherlands
25 Jun 2012
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Act On The Collective Settlement Of Mass Claims To Be Amended To Include Bankruptcy Situations
A Bill has been submitted to the Second Chamber extending the Act on the Collective Settlement of Mass Claims (WCAM) to bankruptcy situations.
Netherlands
15 Mar 2012
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Dutch Supreme Court Accepts Floating Charge
Dutch Supreme Court's ruling leads to accepting a "floating charge". This ruling affects banks, other lenders, borrowers and their other creditors.
Netherlands
10 Feb 2012
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