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News 22nd of January 2019 By Lore Caneele and Mathieu Roelens

Developments in the Law of Evidentiary Requirements – Threshold Amounts and Digitisation

Developments in the Law of Evidentiary Requirements – Threshold Amounts and Digitisation

Amendments to the Belgian Civil Code

Amendments to the Belgian Code of Economic Law

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Lore Caneele
Lore Caneele
Mathieu Roelens
Mathieu Roelens

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