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Dutch Supreme Court confirms applicability of Haviltex principle to commercial contracts and considers 'entire agreement' clause

Netherlands - April 17 2013 The Supreme Court confirmed in a judgement of 5 April 2013 that commercial contracts too should be interpreted on the basis of the Haviltex principle...

Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman.


Directive combating late payment in commercial transactions implemented in the Netherlands

Netherlands - January 24 2013 It was recently confirmed that EU Directive 20117EU on combating late payment in commercial transactions will be implemented in the...

Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman.


Dutch Supreme Court ruling: director can be held personally liable, even if he is not seriously culpable

Netherlands - November 30 2012 The Supreme Court ruled on 23 November 2012 that a managing director can be held personally liable if he has acted in breach of a personal duty of care, even if the company can also be held liable for the same actions....

Jan de Bie Leuveling Tjeenk, Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman.


Dutch Supreme Court provides guidance on calculating indemnity payments on termination of a commercial agency

Netherlands - November 8 2012 A commercial agent whose contract is terminated may be entitled to an indemnity for new business (klantenvergoeding)....

Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman.


Dutch Supreme Court clarifies when recourse claim limitation period starts running

Netherlands - April 12 2012 A joint and several debtor who has paid the creditor may take recourse against his joint and several co-debtors....

Daan Beenders.