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Payment Moratoria and State Guarantee Scheme: A review of two key tools in response to the COVID-19 crisis

17 September 2020

Introduction In response to the spread of COVID-19 across the globe, a variety of economic relief measures have been taken and proposed by national governments and EU bodies in order to support individuals, households and businesses affected by the crisis and facing difficulties with the timely repayment of their financial commitments. As Luxembourg is approaching […]

Marché de l’électricité : quelles règles s’appliquent si aucun contrat de fourniture n’a été conclu ?

14 August 2020

Les règles régissant le marché de l’électricité sont souvent méconnues et méritent d’être explicitées, alors que l’électricité est une composante essentielle de notre vie quotidienne, qu’elle soit utilisée à titre privé ou à titre professionnel.   En effet, la loi du 1er août 2007 relative à l’organisation du marché de l’électricité (ci-après la « Loi ») comporte […]

Assureurs luxembourgeois et sous-traitance : quelles évolutions ?

14 August 2020

Alors que la pandémie de COVID-19 a amené de nombreuses entreprises à repenser dans l’urgence leur manière de travailler, la mise en place de stratégies dites de « cloud computing » a pu constituer pour certaines d’entre elles une réponse pertinente face à leurs nouveaux besoins en termes de connectivité. C’est dans ce contexte d’actualité que le […]

MOLITOR obtains one of the first court decisions in favour of a lessor amid the Covid-19 crisis: payment of commercial rents is due despite the mandatory measures taken by the government to limit the spread of the Covid-19

14 August 2020

Since the proclamation of the state of crisis related to Covid-19 by a Grand-Ducal regulation of 18 March 2020[1], which prohibited a number of activities open to the public for several weeks, and thus forced the closure of establishments in question[2], a recurring issue has arisen concerning relationships between commercial lessees and their lessors: was rent […]

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