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Le nouveau droit des obligations : ce que vous devez savoir

Découvrez les principaux points d'attention en ce qui concerne le nouveau droit des obligations, inséré dans les livres 1 et 5 du nouveau code civil belge.

16 May 2022

The new law of obligations: what you should know

On 1 January 2023, Books 1 (General provisions) and 5 (Obligations) of the new civil code will enter into force. As a result, the legislation will, among other things, create a new balance between the contractual autonomy of the parties, on the one hand, and the judge’s role as guardian of the interests of the weaker contracting party, as well as the public interest, on the other.

21 Dec 2022

New European thresholds for public procurement

On 10 Nov 2021, new thresholds that a contracting authority must take into account when awarding public contracts were set to replace the current ones.

23 Nov 2021

Les clauses abusives dans les contrats B2B : entrée en vigueur 1 décembre 2020

Le 1er décembre, de nouvelles règles concernant les clauses abusives dans les contrats entre entreprises (B2B) sont entrées en vigueur. En savoir plus.

17 Dec 2020

Unfair terms in B2B-contracts: entry into force 1 December 2020

On 1 Dec 2020 the new rules on unfair terms in B2B contracts entered into force and apply to contracts concluded, renewed or modified after that date.

17 Dec 2020

Updating your contracts and general terms and conditions

Commercial transactions have been impacted by COVID-19. Do your contracts and general terms and conditions offer you sufficient protection if you have issues?

19 Nov 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Impact on commercial contracts

This article covers the impact of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the execution of commercial contracts.

26 Mar 2020

Public Procurement in case of a pandemic

The impact of the coronavirus may have a serious effect on the performance of public procurements contracts. This article examines what those implications could be.

25 Mar 2020

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