Enterprise and business

June 26, 2022

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Terminating a commercial contract

2021-11-22T00:00:00+00:00November 22, 2021|Energy & industry, Enterprise and business, Enterprise and business, Food, Horeca & Retail, International, International, News, Port & trade maritime lawyers, Posts, Specialist areas, Transport and logistics|

This article will explain in which way commercial agreements can be terminated under the Dutch Civil Code (DCC). The general rule in the Netherlands is that there is substantial freedom of parties to enter into an agreement.

When does a commercial agreement become a legally binding agreement?

2021-10-21T15:30:38+00:00October 21, 2021|Energy & industry, Enterprise and business, Enterprise and business, Food, Horeca & Retail, International, International, News, Port & trade maritime lawyers, Posts, Specialist areas, Transport and logistics|

It may be that your commercial enterprise was still negotiating the terms of a commercial contract and the negotiations did not result in an agreed written contract. At least that is what you thought until you received an invoice.

The statutory regulation of conflicting interests in a B.V. (and the foundation and association)

2021-06-10T10:18:15+00:00June 10, 2021|Enterprise and business, Enterprise and business, News, Posts, Specialist areas|

Since 2013, the private limited liability company has a statutory regulation with Article 2:239 (6) of the Dutch Civil Code for the situation where one or more directors have a direct or indirect personal interest that conflicts with the interest of the company and its affiliated business.

Liability for damage to an aircraft

2021-01-04T20:41:42+00:00January 4, 2021|Aviation and law, Enterprise and business, International, News|

When transporting cargo or passengers, airlines are faced with several conditions that can cause damage to their aircraft. This damage occurs in most cases when the aircraft is still on the ground. When parked, leaving the gate or taxiing to the runway. But who is liable for this damage and what does an airline have to pay for itself?

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