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The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review: Belgian chapter

The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review: Belgian chapter

The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review: Belgian chapter

16.12.2016 BE law

The Belgian chapter in the fourth edition of The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review was authored by Hans Van Bavel and Tobe Inghelbrecht.

The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review is an international publication published by the The Law Reviews. This review is focused developments in the market and interesting cases.

The Belgian chapter:

Belgian civil and criminal law provides fraud victims and victims of dishonesty with several avenues to ensure they are compensated for any damage they incur as a result of fraud or dishonest behaviour.

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