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24 September 2019 / news

Netherlands Commercial Court: a new international trade chamber for commercial disputes

As of 1 January 2019, the Netherlands Commercial Court and the Netherlands Commercial Court of Appeal (NCC) have been launched. This commercial court was recently established and is part of the Amsterdam District Court and Amsterdam Court of Appeal. It allows parties to resolve (complex) international commercial disputes in English. In this edition of Quoted we take a brief look at the objectives and the features of the NCC.

The Quoted summarizes the key features of proceedings before the NCC. Finally, we compare the NCC procedure with the procedures of the regular Dutch courts and with international arbitration procedures.

Please read Quoted below or download the PDF version.

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