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The nature and prevalence of property crimes within marriage and registered partnership; (full text only available in Dutch)
The primary goal of this research is to: a) provide an approximate (rough) estimation of the nature and prevalence of...
Redress for tort related crime through criminal proceedings; A survey into theory and practice of the (Dutch) adhesion procedure (full text only available in Dutch)
The central research question is as follows: How is victim compensation currently organised as part of criminal proceedings...
Civil claim for damages as a result of a criminal offence; (full text only available in Dutch)
This research concerns the question to what extent victims of a criminal offence explore the possibility of filing a civil...
Personal damage and the Act compensation for damages during disasters and major accidents; (full text available only in Dutch)
In order to compensate victims of disasters for personal damages, the Act compensation for damages during disasters and major...
Making the executives pay; empirical research on decisions about issuing director liability claims against (former) executives (full text available only in Dutch)
The problem statement of the research is as follows: What are the possible reasons for not holding current or former...
Compensation for damages for legitimate and illegimate punishable government action
This report contains the account of descriptive research into the practice of compensation for damages for legitimate en...
Recovering damages : can it be done in a less costly and burdensome way? Options to reduce transaction costs in liability law and tort law
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