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Overgang en uitoefening van nevenrechten bij stille cessie

Overgang en uitoefening van nevenrechten bij stille cessie

Overgang en uitoefening van nevenrechten bij stille cessie

31.12.2007 NL law

In dit artikel bespreekt Robbert Jan van der Weijden enkele vragen met betrekking tot nevenrechten, behorend bij vorderingen die door middel van de op 1 oktober 2004 heringevoerde stille cessie worden of zijn overgedragen.

Dit artikel is gepubliceerd in het Weekblad voor Privaatrecht, Notariaat en Registratie 2007/6716.

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