Fiscale Rechtspraakoverzichten BTW 2009-2014

Fiscale Rechtspraakoverzichten BTW 2009-2014

Fiscale Rechtspraakoverzichten BTW 2009-2014

06.01.2016 BE law

Dit boek biedt een volledige samenvatting van de Belgische rechtspraak en de rechtspraak van het Hof van Justitie inzake BTW gepubliceerd in de periode 2009 tot en met eind 2014. Bijzondere aandacht werd besteed aan de Europese rechtspraak die de laatste jaren enorm aan belang heeft gewonnen.


De bijdrage van Stibbe komt van Wim Panis (tevens editor van het boek), Julie Permeke en Wouter Strypsteen. Co-auteurs zijn Carl Belmans, Marc Govers, Joaquim Heirman, Kris Heyrman, Ine Lejeune, Rob Van den Plas, Lysanne Van Dorsselaer, Arnout Vaninbroukx, Wouter Villette, Annick Visschers


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