Schikken en exonereren bij hoofdelijke aansprakelijkheid met een 6:14 clausule

Schikken en exonereren bij hoofdelijke aansprakelijkheid met een 6:14

Schikken en exonereren bij hoofdelijke aansprakelijkheid met een 6:14 clausule

31.07.2017 NL law

Gertjan Boekraad leverde een bijdrage aan het Liber Amicorum voor S.C.J.J. Kortmann  over de mogelijkheden voor een aansprakelijk gestelde partij om te schikken zonder het risico te lopen nog in regres te worden aangesproken door een andere partij die met hem hoofdelijk aansprakelijk was. Daarbij wordt in de uitgave ook aandacht besteed aan de situatie waarin één van de hoofdelijk verbonden schuldenaren zich kan beroepen op een exoneratiebeding.

Bekijk de Liber Amicorum (website Wolters Kluwer)

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