[Consortium] Meeting at Karlsruhe
miriam clinton (iriXx)
m at iriXx.org
Sat May 29 12:24:22 EDT 2004
i'd need to check this out with my former tutor - but as a reasonably
fluent Dutch speaker i understand Stichting to mean any kind of
organisation - it does not have a legal meaning as far as i am aware.
then again - IANADL - i am not a dutch lawyer ;)
Andrea Glorioso wrote:
>>>>>>"jaromil" == jaromil <jaromil at dyne.org> writes:
> > hello,
> > I gathered some information on the topic of registering a
> > foundation here in Amsterdam, but please keep in mind IANAL.
>Thank you very much for your work!
> > what is a Foundation (Stichting) in Netherlands? Foundations
> > are continental European equivalents of the Anglo-Saxon trusts,
> > the long-established estate and tax planning tool whose chief
> > purpose is to provide a safe haven for assets intended for
> > selected beneficiaries. Like trusts, they offer a number of tax
> > benefits, their chief purpose being to provide a haven for
> > assets intended for nominated beneficiaries.
>Just a single thing I'm not sure I understood: does `nominated' in
>this context means that beneficiaries of the assets should be declared
>beforehand and not changed throughout the lifetime of the "Stichting"?
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