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A Guide to Dutch Courts

A Guide to Dutch Courts

The judicial system in the Netherlands The Dutch courts are divided into four subcategories which comprise different areas of law like administrative law or criminal law. The Netherlands has a legal system based on the French Civil Code, the Roman law and the traditional Dutch law. The Ministry of Security…
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Data Protection Law in the Netherlands

Data Protection Law in the Netherlands

The collection, processing, and use of personal data are regulated by a special law in the Netherlands. The data protection law is included in the Personal Data Protection Act which has drawn up according to national data protection principles but also according to the existing EU directives on the protection…
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Managing a Company in the Netherlands

Managing a Company in the Netherlands

The Netherlands have a very open economy and the business climate is inviting to foreign investors. Company managers in the Netherlands need to supervise both the company’s activity and the company’s employees. Although it is thought that Dutch companies do not have such a strict hierarchy, compared to business structures…
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Corporate Tax in the Netherlands

Corporate Tax in the Netherlands

The Netherlands offers special advantages to foreign investors and the Dutch taxation system offers many advantages. The corporate tax in the Netherlands varies according to the taxable income of the company and has two amount rates. Our Dutch lawyers can help you open a company in the Netherlands and provide…
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Company Dissolution and Liquidation in Netherlands

Company Dissolution and Liquidation in Netherlands

How can a company be dissolved and/or liquidated in Netherlands? The Dutch company liquidation process is regulated by the Articles of Association in every company and by the Dutch commercial law. The procedure requires a few steps and in some cases can be started by a single shareholder decision. There…
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Taxation Laws in Netherlands

Taxation Laws in Netherlands

If you live or receive income from the Netherlands then you must follow the taxation laws within the country. Being either a resident taxpayer, meaning that you live in the Netherlands, or a non-resident taxpayer, and you receive income from the country, you are subject to the Dutch income tax.…
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Divorce in the Netherlands

Divorce in the Netherlands

A couple can choose to end their union in the Netherlands in one of three ways: through a divorce, legal separation or the dissolution of the marriage after the legal separation has already taken place. Divorce is usually the course of action aided by divorce lawyers in the Netherlands for…
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Debt Collection in Holland

Debt Collection in Holland

Recovering due payments Businesses or individuals that struggle financially may have problems with honoring their payments. In the current economic situation, that has put some companies in difficulty, an investor in the Netherlands could deal with situations in which clients or collaborators fail to pay their invoices. Our Dutch lawyers…
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