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23/03/20

Force majeure

Does the Corona crisis qualify as a force majeure situation?
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20/03/20

Traffic tax during Corona

Corona: Carriers can temporarily stop the road tax for stationary vehicles.
20/03/20

#FLATTENTHECURVE

Our service remains guaranteed during the Corona crisis. Read more about the adjustments made by Leeward.
11/03/20

Seminar new Belgian Maritime code

Jeroen Villé and Armin Wintein have explained the principles of the new Belgian Maritime Code during a lunch session of Apzi-VOKA on 10 March 2020. 1 September 2020, the date on which the legislation will enter into force, is not far away, so it was time to inform the various actors in the...
08/01/20

Leeward law firm assists ECS2XL in the framework of the partnership with Farm Trans


12/12/19

Non-commercial pleasure craft do not belong in the Enterprise Court until 1 September 2020.

Law firm Leeward explains the implications of the entry into force of the new Maritime Code on 01 September 2020 for cases relating to recreational craft.
06/02/20

Advice for transport to the UK

Leeward advises you on transport to the UK.
Road haulage companies carrying out transport orders to/from the UK run the risk of illegal migrants hiding in the vehicles in the hope of getting across the Channel unseen.
26/11/19

Revision of the ADR scheme

Recently, the 21st revision of the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods was published. The recommendations regulate every aspect of transport and not only list dangerous goods, but also prescribe, for example, packaging requirements, modes of transport, certain markings or...
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The registration of seagoing vessels under the new Shipping Code

The regulations concerning the registration of seagoing vessels will be included in the new Shipping Code. The new Shipping Code determines, among other things, the conditions for registration and the consequences thereof. Leeward summarizes the most important provisions and changes.
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A more user-friendly Shipping Code in the pipeline?

The new Maritime Code draws attention to the important role of self-regulation in the shipping sector, and more specifically to customs in the shipping and port sectors. From September 2020, this form of "self-regulation" will be legally supported.
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Leeward again in The Legal500

For the third time in a row, Leeward is recommended by The Legal500 as a leading law firm for the transport sector. We are pleased that Lino is again listed as "Recommended Lawyer" and Jeroen and Armin are labeled as "Next Generation Lawyers" in this niche.
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