Artificial legal corporate entities

The (ab)use of letterbox companies

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Abstract

This multidisciplinary background paper informs about the (possible) relationship between letterbox companies and practices that seem ‘perfectly legal’, but can be, not only from a moral point of view, dubious or unlawful.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationTilburg
PublisherTilburg Law School
Number of pages7
Publication statusUnpublished - 13 Feb 2017

Keywords

  • artificial arrangements
  • company law
  • freedom of establishment
  • free provision of services
  • labour recruitment
  • Corporate governance

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Artificial legal corporate entities : The (ab)use of letterbox companies. / Cremers, Jan.

Tilburg : Tilburg Law School, 2017. 7 p.

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