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Annotatie onder Hof van Justitie - 16 juni 2016

Annotatie onder Hof van Justitie - 16 juni 2016

Annotatie onder Hof van Justitie - 16 juni 2016

16.06.2016 NL law

Oordeel van het Hof van Justitie over rechtsmacht ten aanzien van vordering uit onrechtmatige daad tot vergoeding van initiële zuivere vermogensschade. Zijn – bij gebreke van andere aanknopingspunten – de gerechten van de plaats waar initiële zuivere vermogensschade intreedt bevoegd om van een vordering tot vergoeding daarvan kennis te nemen? Verhouding tot het oordeel van het Hof van Justitie in het arrest Kolassa/Barclays.

Daniël Stein schreef de annotatie bij deze uitspraak. Deze annotatie is gepubliceerd in JBPR 2017/3.

Lees de volledige annotatie.

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