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Overview Of Recent Amendments To The Business Continuity Act
On 1 August 2013, an act amending the Business Continuity Act of 31 January 2009 entered into force.
Netherlands
10 Jan 2014
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Proposed Amendment Of Dutch Intervention Act Ends Netting And Close-Out Concerns
In the financial markets concerns have arisen regarding the enforceability of netting and close-out rights and security rights in the context of the Intervention Act.
Netherlands
31 Dec 2013
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Dutch Supreme Court Introduces Features Of Universality Principle In Dutch International Insolvency Law
In a ground-breaking decision, the Dutch Supreme Court recently found that a foreign bankruptcy trustee may in principle exercise the powers conferred on him under the lex concursus in the Netherlands as well.
Netherlands
26 Sep 2013
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Dutch Pre-Pack Alternatives On The Rise
A pre-pack is the term used for the restructuring of a company through a transaction that is prepared as much as possible outside of formal insolvency proceedings, and whereby the enterprise survives but some or all of the company's debt is restructured.
Netherlands
2 Sep 2013
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Liquidation Procedure (Finally) Updated
The Act of 19 March 2012, amending the Belgian Company Code with regard to the liquidation procedure.
Belgium
26 Jun 2012
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The Netherlands Remains A Secured Creditor-Friendly Jurisdiction
A striking feature of Dutch insolvency law is the strong position of secured creditors. Pursuant to Section 57 of the Bankruptcy Act, a pledgee and a mortgagee may independently exercise their rights as if there were no bankruptcy at all.
Netherlands
31 Jan 2012
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Extended Possibilities For Banks In The Netherlands To Exercise Their Right Of Reversal
On 16 September 2011 the Netherlands Supreme Court rendered an important judgment regarding the exercise by a bank of its right to reverse a direct debit (LJN BQ873 SNS Bank/Pasman q.q.).
Netherlands
30 Jan 2012
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Luxembourg Collateral Act Remains Favourable To Creditors: Insolvency Protection Of Creditors And Collateral Takers According To The Laws Of Luxembourg
The Act of May 20 2011 implements EU Directive 2009/44/EC (amending the EU Settlement Finality Directive and the EU Collateral Directive), and amends the Collateral Act of August 5 2005.
Luxembourg
30 Jan 2012
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Insolvency Protection Of Creditors And Collateral Takers According To The Laws Of Luxembourg
The Act of May 20 2011 implements EU Directive 2009/44/EC (amending the EU Settlement Finality Directive and the EU Collateral Directive), and amends the Collateral Act of August 5 2005.
Luxembourg
12 Dec 2011
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Legislative Proposal Intervention Act
This newsletter discusses the legislative proposal for a Financial Institutions (Special Measures) Act (Wet bijzondere maatregelen financiële ondernemingen; "Intervention Act") that was submitted to the lower house of the Dutch Parliament on 26 October 2011 by the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Security and Justice.
Netherlands
22 Nov 2011
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Decision Netherlands Supreme Court On Direct Debits Reversal
On 16 September 2011 the Netherlands Supreme Court rendered an important judgment regarding the exercise by a bank of its right to reverse a direct debit (LJN BQ873 SNS Bank/Pasman q.q.).
Netherlands
6 Oct 2011
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Supreme Court Judgment On Supreme Court Judgment On Termination Of Lease Agreements In The Event Of Bankruptcy (Aukema q.q./Uni-Invest)In The Event Of Bankruptcy (Aukema q.q./Uni-Invest)
Pursuant to Article 39 of the Bankruptcy Act, in the event of a lessee's bankruptcy both the lessor and the receiver have the right to prematurely terminate the lease agreement (if it is still running), with due observance of a notice period of no more than three months.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2011
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New Exemption To Netherlands Market Manipulation Rules: The Liquidity Agreement
On 12 May 2011 the Regulation on Accepted Market Practices (the "Regulation") was published and came into force the next day.
Netherlands
17 May 2011
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