Arendt Case Review is a newsletter designed by Arendt Litigation Group to inform you about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts.

Contents

Tortious liability
traffic accident, rules on priority


Non-contractual liability
neighbourhood disturbances


Quasi contracts
management of affairs (gestion d’affaires)


Contractual liability
liability of a carrier


Liability of the banker
limitation period


Agreement of commercial nature
the principle of accepted commercial correspondence


Contract of a commercial nature
the principle of accepted commercial correspondence


Lease
fire
 

Company law
expert assessment of management


Liquidation
passive survival of a company


Bankruptcy
effects of the closure


Measures of execution
garnishment (registered shares)


Employment law/Social security
monetary illness indemnity


Procedures
expert’s report
nullity of a writ (obscuri libelli)
seizure and discontinuation of proceedings


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