BUREN has contributed to the Thomson Reuters Practical Agricultural law Guide with a Q&A on Agricultural law in The Netherlands. This Q&A gives a high level overview of agricultural law, including acquiring agricultural companies and co-operatives, competition law, land ownership and usage rights, pricing and tender processes, tax and financing, crop seed business, importing crop seeds, commercial crop production and distribution, plant variety right protection, GM crops, GM foods, importing animals, gene patents, and product liability.
Please find the Q&A clearly presented in our brochure:
Agricultural law in the Netherlands: overview
You can also view the Q&A on the Thomson Reuters website.
Please do not hesitate to contact one of our contact persons if you have questions about Agricultural law in The Netherlands.
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