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The Asset Tracing and Recovering Review: Belgian Chapter

The Asset Tracing and Recovering Review: Belgian Chapter

The Asset Tracing and Recovering Review: Belgian Chapter

23.11.2017 BE law

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

Stibbe contributes to this review annually by writing its Belgian Chapter. For the publication of the fifth edition, Hans and Tobe were invited to write an update of the developments in our jurisdiction.

You can read their findings here.

You can read the complete book here.  

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