Elements Necessary To Demonstrate To U.S. Customs & Border Protection That An Agent May Qualify As A Bona Fide Buying Agent The primary method of appraising imported merchandise is “transaction value,” which is defined as “the price actually paid or… Continue reading
Author: Bob Castien
Helping the government to help you
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is charged with enforcing the various laws affecting imported merchandise. Among these laws are those related to enforcing and protecting the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of trademark and copyright owners. The theft of intellectual… Continue reading
The United States, unlike some other countries, permits a non-resident corporation to act as an importer of record for shipments of merchandise from that company to the United States. The requirements and procedures permitting a non-resident company to act as… Continue reading
Dutch corporate law Advisor for Doing Business in Netherlands
On 1 July 2013 a number of important amendments to the Dutch company law policy has taken effect.
Dutch Accounting and Audit Requirements for Limited Companies
Dutch public limited companies (NV) and private limited companies (BV) have the obligation to prepare annual accounts and have to file a copy of the accounts with the Trade register of the Chamber of Commerce.
Reasonableness and fairness together in a joint venture
Under Dutch Corporate Law it is stipulated that a minority shareholder is protected by the principle of reasonableness and fairness in a joint venture situation. The Dutch Supreme Court has recently ruled that not just only a minority shareholder but… Continue reading