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Sheets jubileumseminar ‘Terecht Bouwrecht’ beschikbaar

Sheets jubileumseminar ‘Terecht Bouwrecht’ beschikbaar

Sheets jubileumseminar ‘Terecht Bouwrecht’ beschikbaar

30.04.2015 NL law

Op donderdag 26 maart jl. organiseerden Stibbe en tijdschrift Bouwrecht het jubileumseminar ‘Terecht Bouwrecht. Over de bijdrage van het recht aan de bouw in de praktijk’

Hierbij treft u de presentaties aan zoals die door de sprekers tijdens het seminar zijn gehouden:

-          Aanbestedingsrecht (Elisabetta Manunza)

-          Staatssteun (Bart Hessel)

-          Omgevingsrecht (Anna Collignon)

-          De praktijk: Noord/Zuidlijn (Gerard Scheffrahn)

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