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02 June 2020
Ben Reinders Debt collection during COVID-19

Netherlands - AKD

The COVID-19 outbreak is greatly affecting legal matters and company wellbeing. Some companies can no longer comply with their contractual obligations, while others have become financially distressed. To ensure that creditors do not make improper use of the measures available to collect a debt or ensure recourse, the question has arisen as to whether the courts should change the way in which they assess such measures.

Author: Ben Reinders
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