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  • Privacy Statement

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    SCHMDT Advocatuur is committed to respect and protect your privacy. We comply with the European Data Protection regulation (EU 2016/679) and the local laws applicable in the countries we operate in. In this notice, we tell you in detail how we use and share your personal information and explain your rights on this topic. Privacy […]

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  • (Deutsch) Europäischer Beschluss zur vorläufigen Kontenpfändung

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  • (Nederlands) Europees bevel tot conservatoir beslag op bankrekeningen

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  • (Nederlands) Wijziging Europese Executieverordening EEX (EUGGVO) per januari 2015

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  • SCHMDT Advocatuur sponsor the Netherland Club Vienna

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    The Netherland Club Vienna offers dutch citizens as well as everybody else with affinity with the dutch society a social and cutural platform. The Club sees it as one of its goals to honour the dutch language and culture abroad and to offer a social community in which the dutch language and culture can be lived. SCHMDT Advocatuur gladly […]

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  • modernisation of arbitration law (Netherlands)

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    The bill to modernise arbitration law is being considered by the Dutch House of Representatives. If everything goes well, the law will come into force on 1 January 2014. The aim is to modernise the current rules, whilst the intention is also to improve the Netherlands’ position as an arbitration forum and thus give a […]

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  • Real estate transactions in Austria

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    As is the case in the Netherlands there is a requirement under civil law that for the transfer of property ownership rights a valid title must be available and that this transfer is registered in the land registry (‘Grundbuch’). The Grundbuch is administered by the district courts, called ‘Bezirksgerichte’, within whose jurisdiction the property is […]

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  • Termination of contractnegotiations

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    The precontractual good faith concerns the legal relationship between parties as soon as they are in negotiations. The Supreme Court (Hoge Raad) has provided case law for this doctrine, starting with the most well-known ruling PLAS/VALBURG, but also in later rulings such as VSH/SHELL. What this basically comes  down to is that the legal relationship […]

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  • SCHMDT Advocatuur sponsors SAM Foundation

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    SCHMDT Advocatuur official sponsor SAM Foundation. SAM Foundation offers children with down syndrome and autistic behavior the opportunity to further develop their emotional, cognitive and social skills by means of dolphin therapy. For more information about SAM Foundation press here.

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  • A new Dutch procedure for addressing complaints concerning public procurement

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    On April 1st 2013, the new Dutch procurement law (the “Aanbestedingswet 2012”) came into force. It entails two new procedures for addressing complaints that arise during public procurement processes. The procedures concern (i) a standard for complaint processing by contracting authorities and (ii)  a Commission of Procurement Experts that may be invoked to produce authoritative opinions […]

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