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BZSE Lawyers Camiel Koster Eric Jansen Pieter Soons Jelmer Snow Rik Bergman Joeri Essed Roeland Zwanikken Karel Frielink Gert Bergman Norbert Hijmans Christian De Jong
Independence and integrity are paramount to the eleven lawyers of BZSE. They operate and litigate in an open, transparent and independent manner in order to represent the best interests of their clients. This has provided the lawyers of the office with a strong reputation, notably among local and international corporate clients ... read more
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Counterpart policy
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Administrative
Camiel Koster
Thursday, January 22, 2015

Counterpart policy

Recently, the debate about the implementation of the “counterpart policy” has reemerged. Prime Minister Gumbs referred to it in his 2015 New Year’s speech, and MP De Weever focused on this policy in his campaign.

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BZSE wil be opening a new office in Curaçao
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Rik Bergman
Tuesday, December 30, 2014

BZSE wil be opening a new office in Curaçao

As of January 1st, 2015 BZSE will be able to serve your interests to the maximum in St. Maarten and also in Curaçao

By Rik Bergman
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Harbour fails to halt construction of Dock Maarten ultra-yacht pier
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Newspapers
Saturday, December 06, 2014

Harbour fails to halt construction of Dock Maarten ultra-yacht pier

DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, 06 DECEMBER 2014.

~ Files for appeal against permit ~

POINTE BLANCHE--St. Maarten Harbour Holding Company (SHHC) NV has failed in its efforts to put a halt to plans of Dock Maarten NV to construct a marina with a pier to accommodate ultra- and giga-yachts

Source: Newspapers
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DOCK YOU
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Newspapers
Saturday, November 29, 2014

DOCK YOU

TODAY Newspaper, Opinions & Comments: 11/29/14
The conflict between the Sint Maarten Harbour Holding Company and Dock Maarten can¬not come as a surprise to anybody. In the past, parliamentarians have even wondered where the seat of government really is - at Clem Labega Square or in Pointe Blanche.

Source: Newspapers
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