the Dutch act

the Dutch act

and the Dutch cure
n. suicide. Well, Ken took the Dutch cure last week. So sad. It was the Dutch act. He ate his gun.
See also: act, Dutch
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pursuant to the provisions of Article 5:25i paragraph 2 of the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht) and Article 4 paragraph 3, of the Decree on Public Takeover Bids (Besluit Openbare Biedingen Wft) in connection with the recommended public offer by FedEx Acquisition B.
This announcement is released pursuant to the EU transparency directive and the Dutch act on financial supervision.
These claims were settled under the Dutch Act on Collective Settlements of Mass Damages, which allows for the collective resolution for members of a class who do not opt out.
ii) a private placement of at least 5m [euro], made in the two preceding years, distributed among at least five qualified investors (as defined in the Dutch Act on the financial supervision (Wet op bet financial toezicht) which includes professional investors).
The Dutch act entertained guests in the VIP room with a great set - Peterborough chairman Barry Fry and funnyman Jimmy Carr did the honours during the dinner - before retiring to the lobby bar with the last guests standing.
Dore compares the Dutch Act with the Model Law, and in so doing notes the Dutch Act's areas of clarity and of confusion.
pursuant to the provisions of Article 5:25i paragraph 2 of the Dutch Act on Financial Supervision (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht) and Article 4 paragraph 3 of the Decree on public offers Wft (Besluit Openbare Biedingen Wft, the Decree) in connection with the recommended public Offer by United Parcel Service, Inc.