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Philippe T'Kint

Lawyer - Corporate law and nonprofit organizations Lawyer Xirius

Philippe T’KINT graduated from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in 1982 and was admitted to the Brussels bar the same year.

He focuses on not-for profit organisations, foundations and commercial companies, including accounting and tax law.

His practice extends to general civil and commercial law, which governs the corporate and not-for profit organisations law.

He has published several articles in books and law reviews. He is author of the volume « Association sans but lucratif », published by the Répertoire Notarial (Larcier 1999) and of the book « Le droit des ASBL, aspects civils et commerciaux » (Larcier 2013), constituting the reference in not-for profit area.

In addition to his practice as an attorney, he teaches non-for profit organisations and foundation law at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, within the continuing education, which allows to obtain an inter-university certificate in management of not-for profit organisations.

He is member of the editorial board of a Belgian legal magazine «Non marchand / Economie sociale», since its foundation.

He is often invited as a speaker at major sector specific seminars and events organised by the Union des Classes Moyennes (UCM).

He speaks French and Dutch.

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Le nouveau Code des Sociétés et des Associations

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Réforme du droit des sociétés : l'avènement du Code des sociétés et associations

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Le nouveau Code des Sociétés et des Associations

Conférence donnée à l'Université Libre de Bruxelles


Le Code de droit économique appliqué aux a.s.b.l.

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L’application du livre XX du Code de droit économique aux associations

in « Le nouveau livre XX du Code de droit économique consacré à l’insolvabilité des entreprises », C. ALTER (coord.), UB³, Larcier, Bruxelles, 2017, p. 47 à 68