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9 February 2017: Rony Vermeersch, Wim Panis and Anneleen Quirynen speak at real estate workshop

9 February 2017: Rony Vermeersch, Wim Panis and Anneleen Quirynen speak at real estate workshop

09.02.2017 BE law

M&D Seminars is organizing the real estate workshop “Real Estate 2017” in Sint-Niklaas, Flanders.

Guest speakers Rony Vermeersch and Anneleen Quirynen talk about the applicability of the Breyne legislation in the context of buying properties off-plan. Wim Panis speaks about the Law of 3 August 2016 and more particularly the tax aspects of specialized real estate investment funds.

For more details on this seminar, please click here.

 

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