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New Belgian Ultimate Beneficial Owner Register
The Royal Decree of 14 August 2018, which will enter into force on 31 October 2018, defines the regulatory framework for the new central register of beneficial ownership.
Belgium
5 Oct 2018
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Supreme Court Clarifies Liability Of Shadow Directors For Late Filing For Bankruptcy
In doing so, the Supreme Court rejected the argument put forward by the defendants that it had equated the requirement for criminal intent with a mere violation of the fiduciary duties of the directors.
European Union
6 Mar 2018
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New Legislative Framework For Judicial Liquidation Of Companies
On 4 May 2017, the federal Parliament adopted a new law which introduces extensive changes to the procedure of judicial liquidation of companies.
European Union
16 Jun 2017
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Belgian Supreme Court Confirms Directors’ Interim Powers Following Expiry of Mandate
The Belgian Supreme Court handed down a judgment concerning the powers of a director between the expiry of his or her mandate and the next shareholders’ meeting.
Belgium
14 Aug 2014
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Piercing Corporate Veil: Directors Personally And Fully Liable For Unpaid Corporate Withholding Taxes While Bankruptcy Procedures Not Yet Final
On 5 September 2013, the Belgian Supreme Court (Hof van Cassatie/Cour de Cassation) confirmed that directors of a limited liability company (naamloze vennootschap/société anonyme) are personally and fully liable for all corporate withholding taxes that remain unpaid by that company.
Belgium
22 Nov 2013
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VBB on Belgian Business Law
In a judgment dated 16 February 2010, the Antwerp Commercial Court held that, for a company to be appointed as liquidator (vereffenaar/liquidateur), its corporate purpose (maatschappelijk doel/objet social) should contain an explicit reference to the activity of a liquidator.
Belgium
 
18 Jan 2011
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VBB on Competition Law
The OFT’s decision follows a judgment of the EU General Court of 6 July 2010 in which the Court found that Ryanair’s minority shareholding in Aer Lingus did not give rise to a situation of "control" for the purposes of EU merger control law and that the European Commission consequently did not have the power to require Ryanair to divest its minority shareholding (see, VBB on Competition Law, Volume 2010, No. 7).
Belgium
 
10 Jan 2011
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