Corporate law is the statutory system of rules governing the rights and obligations of all parties involved with for-profit legal entities, such as shareholders, directors and supervisory directors. The law includes regulations for articles of association, structure of the annual accounts and the manner in which shareholders' meetings must be held.
Company law is part of company law and regulates the organization of the public limited company and the private limited company.
Book 2 of the Dutch Civil Code contains rules regarding the entire life cycle of a company, ie the formation and financing, the articles of association, the management and the shareholders and the way in which a legal person is liquidated and ceases to exist.
Minerva Advocaten offers a full range of commercial and corporate legal services to businesses of all sizes. Our clients include small entrepreneurs, national companies and multinationals. We regularly assist foreign corporate clients with regard to the incorporation of companies in The Netherlands.
Our attorneys can assist in insolvency matters and can advise financial stakeholders by providing strategic advice and advancing appropriate resolutions. Our lawyers advise with respect to security instruments, registration and priorities of claims and secured charges, the Dutch Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and other Dutch legislation affecting debtors and creditors.
The lawyers of the firm offer legal and strategic advice on a wide range of business transactions and matters, including Company formation, M & A, Management buy-outs and buy-ins, Joint ventures, Shareholder agreements and Insolvency matters.
Minerva Advocaten regularly assists the international community by offering Netherlands Corporate Law related solutions. Please contact us to inform us about your situation without obligation. Then we can indicate what we can do for you, so that you are in a position to decide whether you want to work with us. Call us or send an e-mail. We like to help you. After all, our motto is: "Your problem, our concern."
Marcel van den Ende will gladly help you further.