ISBN-10:
9041121331
ISBN-13:
9789041121332
Pub. Date:
07/10/2003
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Business Law Guide to Belgium, 2nd Edition / Edition 2

Business Law Guide to Belgium, 2nd Edition / Edition 2

by Van Bael and Bellis

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ISBN-13: 9789041121332
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 07/10/2003
Pages: 980
Product dimensions: 6.82(w) x 9.62(h) x 1.95(d)

Table of Contents

Publisher’s note, Foreword and Acknowledgements 1. Belgium: An Introduction I. Introduction II. Basic Principles of Belgian Federalism III. The Federal Authorities IV. The Communities V. The Regions VI. Community and Regional Finances VII. Co-Operation and Conflict Resolution VIII. Provinces and Communes IX. Use of Languages 2. Company Law I. Introduction II. Requirements for The Establishment of a Branch Office III. Requirements for the Establishment of a Subsidiary IV. Other Corporate Forms 3. Mergers & Acquisitions I. Introduction II. Mergers under Belgian Law III. Acquisitions under Belgian Law IV. Divisions, Demergers and Split-Ups 4. Accounting I. Introduction II. Applicable Law III. Financial Statements IV. Auditing and Accounting Professions 5. Taxation I. Introduction II. Individual Income Tax III. Corporate Income Tax IV. Legal Entities Income Tax V. Non-Resident Income Tax VI. International Aspects of Income Taxation VII. Value Added Tax VIII. Registration Tax IX. Inheritance Tax 6. Customs And Excise Law I. Customs Law II. Excise Law 7. Finance I. Introduction II. Credit Institutions III. Introduction to Credit and Finance Transactions IV. Financial Markets 8. Employment I. Introduction II. Labour Law 9. Residence And Work Permits I. Residence in Belgium II. Rules Applying to Employment of Foreigners 10. Distribution I. Introduction II. Distributors III. Commercial Agents IV. Commercial Representatives 11. E-Commerce I. Introduction II. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law III. Contracting on the internet IV. European Directive on E-Commerce V. Electronic Signatures VI. Intermediary Liability VII. Domain names VIII. Codes of conduct and the observatory of internet rights IX. E-Commerce and Competition Law 12. Intellectual Property I. Copyright and neighbouring rights II. The Legal Protection of Databases III. Patents IV. Designs and Models V. Trademarks VI. Know- How VII. Semiconductor Topographies VIII. Protection of plant varieties 13. Antitrust I. Introduction II. Substantive Rules III. Institutions IV. Rules of Procedure 14. Unfair Trade Practices I. Introduction II. Information to the Consumer III. Regulated Sales Methods IV. Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts V. The “Catch-All” Provisions of the Law on unfair trade Practices: The General Prohibition on unfair trade Practices 15. Real Estate I. Acquisition of Real Estate II. Construction Right and Long Term Lease III. Types of Lease Agreements IV. Expropriation 16. Environmental Law I. Institutional Framework II. Legislative Framework III. Direct Regulation Instruments IV. Liability For Environmental Damage V. Environmental Issues in Mergers And Acquisitions 17. Subsidies I. Introduction II. Sources of Aid III. Types of Aid IV. Applications for Aid 18. Product Liability I. Introduction II. The Law on Product Liability III. Product Liability and Consumer Safety IV. Implied Warranty V. Tort Liability VI. Future Legislation on the Sale of Consumer Goods 19. Data Protection I. Introduction II. Definitions and Main Actors in the Processing of Personal Data III. Applicability of Belgian Law IV. Permitted Forms of Processing V. Data Protection Principles VI. Special Categories of Data VII. Conservation and Further Processing of Perso

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