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Shopping Center Operator Not Authorized to Impose Sunday Opening

The Subdistrict Court in Leiden ruled that the operator of the Winkelhof shopping center was not allowed to unilaterally adjust the rules, such that Halfords had to be open on Sundays.

Consultants: a Liability Trap for Managing Directors?!

Cum/ex transactions and the role played in these by banks and their governing bodies are currently the subject of a great deal of dispute and discussion

Duty of Information of Financial Institutions to the SII

On June 30, 2022, Law No. 21,453 was published, which introduced amendments to the Tax Code regarding various matters, including on the obligation of financial institutions to deliver to the Service of Internal Taxes (SII) information of people and/or companies in certain cases.

Comments on the Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union Declaring Non-Compliance with the Requirements of the Spanish Regulation to Initiate the Procedure of Patrimonial Responsibility of Public Administrations

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued a judgment in case C-278/2020 for infringement of the Spanish legislator with respect to Union law in relation to the requirements demanded to initiate the procedure of patrimonial responsibility of the Public Administrations.

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.