Labour Court (Belgium)


Labour Court (Belgium)

The Labour Court ( _nl. Arbeidsrechtbank, _fr. Tribunal du travail, _de. Arbeitsgericht) in Belgium is a court which deals in first instance with disputes between employers and employees and disputes regarding social security. There is a Labour Court in each Judicial Arrondissement of Belgium. It is not a division of the Court of First Instance. The decisions of the Labour Court can be appealed against to the Court of Labour ( _nl. Arbeidshof, _fr. Cour du travail, _de. Arbeitsgerichtshof). [cite web
url=http://www.pers-gerecht.be/document.php?document_id=93&lang=nl
title=Arbeidsrechtbank
publisher= [http://www.pers-gerecht.be/ Pers & Gerecht]
accessdate=2007-07-10
language=Dutch
] [cite web
url=http://www.pers-gerecht.be/document.php?document_id=93&lang=fr
title=Le tribunal du travail
publisher= [http://www.presse-justice.be/ Presse & Justice]
accessdate=2007-07-10
language=French
]

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