Q&A: Public Law & Corona

Administrative law consequences for real estate, infrastructure and industry
12 November 2020
11 november 2020

Society and businesses around the world are hit by preventative measures to combat the further spreading of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The outbreak requires a swift and necessary response to limit its impact and risks as much as possible.

Earlier this year, we issued the Q&A: Public Law & Corona. As the Dutch government has now reintroduced strict coronavirus measures, we are publishing an updated Q&A: Public Law & Corona with an overview of several administrative law judgments on this subject. In this Q&A, we also discuss the COVID-19 Act, which will replace the emergency decrees of the 25 security regions. This publication is only available in Dutch.

Please visit our coronavirus page for more publications, overviews, practical tips and the contact details of our experts.
Written by:
Jan Frans de Groot

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