In the complex world of commercial transactions, it's a common occurrence: a contract is signed, but the other party fails to fulfill its obligations. This situation raises an important question: what steps can you take? Recently, the Belgian...
The Court of Cassation made a ruling in a case with file number C.21.0150.N regarding the application of the Brussels Ibis Regulation. Dated April 28, 2022, this case involves a claim for payment of an invoice for goods delivered prior to the opening of an insolvency procedure. The claimant, established in an EU Member State, had filed a claim against a debtor for whom an insolvency procedure had been opened in another EU Member State.


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