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No Eviction Of Residential Guidance Due To Insufficient Warning About Nuisance

Defendant allegedly caused nuisance. Plaintiff warns once. After a subsequent incident, the claimant terminates the verbal housing counseling agreement, under pressure from the housing corporation.


Eviction Suspended Due to Granting Narrow Moratorium

Tenants request a narrow moratorium the day before the notified eviction. The current rent is paid, budget management and debt counseling are used. The landlord has not put forward any defence. 


Possible Loan Makes Dissolution Conditional Upon 15 Months Rent Arrears

Defendant is in rent arrears of approximately ten months. Payment is not made after a reminder, the summons follows and payment is no longer made at all.


No External Directors' Liability Towards the Lessor Due to Bankruptcy

In the case of a pre-constitutive act, a lease is entered into. Seven years later, the tenant goes bankrupt.


Where Are You Going, Bankruptcy Law?

Every time we have approached to examine a legislative amendment to the bankruptcy regulations, we have not been able to avoid remembering to what extent the legislator is imbued with our wonderful literary genre: the picaresque.