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The balancing of interests by the Enterprise Chamber (Belangenafweging bij enquêteverzoeken) (WPNR)

The balancing of interests by the Enterprise Chamber (Belangenafwegin

The balancing of interests by the Enterprise Chamber (Belangenafweging bij enquêteverzoeken) (WPNR)

25.01.2004 NL law

Inquiry proceedings can be relatively easily be submitted with the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal. The Enterprise Chamber has, however, a certain level of discretion in deciding whether a full range inquiry into the policy and affairs of any business should be ordered. How should it make use of this discretionary power?

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