As mentioned before, each company and (market entry) scenario is different and unique in its own way. This also applies to the legal requirements and considerations of each Dutch company.
Before starting a business in The Netherlands, it is advised to obtain a Legal Memorandum about your situation. Even if our Launch Team has done a great job in providing you with all the information that you require.
But it’s very important to involve a legal expert to have a look at your situation, and consider that there is a lot of information that can easily be missed when the focus is on the end goal: setting up a company ASAP!
The typical legal services that Bolder Launch has to offer in The Netherlands are:
Drafting, or checking of;
- General Terms and Conditions
- Business/Trading Agreements
- Rental Agreement
- Purchase Agreement (real estate)
- Purchase Agreement (shares)
- Shareholders Agreement
- Brand/Trademark Registration
- Debt Collection
- Apply for Business Licenses
- Apply for ANBI Status
- GDPR Policy and Agreements
Each company and their Dutch legal requirements are unique. However, over the years, we have seen certain trends amongst our clients, and Bolder Launch has shaped the services below to deal with the typical requests of global entrepreneurs and multinationals expanding to the Dutch market:
- Immigration Law; Our Immigration lawyers can assist with your (temporary) residency permit applications or issues
- Litigation: To legally represent your business and assist our clients who are involved in lawsuits.
- Dutch tax advice and tax consultancy: Inform on tax compliance, and tax regulations. Providing tax planning services to minimise tax liabilities, or apply for a Tax ID (such as VAT registration in The Netherlands) or Tax Rulings (such as on Transfer Pricing)
- Company registration in the Netherlands: Drafting shareholders agreements, formation deeds, and other corporate documents.
- Dutch Employment regulations and labour law: how to draft a Dutch employment contract (consider the rights of the employees, and liabilities of employers), using non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements and resolving employee disputes.
- International Legal Services for Trading Companies: Legal help for companies in the trade sector, our Dutch lawyers can help with import and export regulations, customs affairs, international trademarks, import certificates, and much more.
- Buying Real estate in The Netherlands: Our Dutch real estate lawyers represent clients who are planning to invest in property in the Netherlands or who are involved in real estate litigation.