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Goederenrecht | Pitlo, Hoorcolleges, Werkgroepen en Arresten

Een samenvatting van Pitlo (is behoorlijk uitgebreid, dus meer voor de liefhebber) en de hoorcolleges met aantekeningen, de werkgroepen en bij elke week een kort overzicht van de arresten. Onder voorbehoud van eventuele type- en spelfouten. NB: Het kan zijn dat de opmaak hier en daar niet helemaal goed is, omdat ik met een versie van Word werk die op Stuvia niet goed verwerkt wordt (Denk aan random enters, spaties, etc.)

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By Kimvdv25  · 9 months ago
uitgebreide samenvatting
By AmsterdamJoep  · 10 months ago
Heel erg uitgebreid; bevat alle stof. Geen slordigheden, kortom: heel erg goed!
By barbaraclaire  · 10 months ago
By sophiehsalem  · 10 months ago
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B. Breederveld, R. Mellenbergh, W.J.J.G. Speetjens
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