If you are an entrepreneur in the Netherlands and you have a dispute with another entrepreneur, a consumer, a current or former employee or a current or former tenant, you have the option of taking the dispute to court. The court then issues a binding ruling which you and the other party must comply with. Depending on the kind of case or the value of the case, proceedings will be instigated in the first instance before either the sub-district court or the civil court.

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