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The lawyers listed under “Team” on this website can operate their practice under the trade name “Euralex Group”, and are a cooperation between lawyers, it being understood that each lawyer is a member of one or more Bar Associations and subject to the rules of their Bar Associations. The use of the word “partner” refers solely to the member’s participation in the cooperation and has no specific legal meaning whatsoever in the sense of company law or any other branch of the law. Some of our lawyers practice their activities through a company. This is the case of Jean-Yves Ph. L. W. Steyt Esq. who practices his activities through Euralex SRL/BV (with company number 0898.747.461) and Happylaw SRL/BV (with company number 0473.614.277).
The contractual relationship client–lawyer exists as between the client and the individual lawyer in the cooperation. Only this lawyer shall be potentially liable towards the client. Each lawyer in the cooperation carries professional liability insurance for any breach of duty or negligence vis-à-vis the client. The liability of any lawyer in the cooperation is limited to the effective payment (minus costs of defense) by the insurer. A higher limit may be agreed upon if expressly so requested by the client and the lawyer’s consent to such higher limit shall derive only from an express confirmation in writing from the lawyer. An insurance certificate is available at first request, with no charge. The relationship with the client is governed by Belgian law (with exclusion of any further reference – renvoi – to the laws of another country through the application of any rule of Private International Law). In case of any dispute, whatever its nature and origin, exclusive jurisdiction is conferred upon the Brussels Courts, to the exclusion of any other court even in the event of a claim for indemnity, to hold harmless or any other claim by a third party, lis pendens, related actions, or any other procedural incident.
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In accordance with a European and Belgian law, with a view to preventing the use of the financial system for money laundering and financing of terrorism, Belgian law has broadened the identification and notification obligation of unusual transactions to the providing of services by lawyers. As of February 2004, Lawyers are legally obliged to identify their clients and keep proof thereof. This obligation shall apply to any physical persons, legal entities and their representatives.
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