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Louiselawyers s.c.r.l. is an independent Belgian law firm conducting its business under the name Law Right, with registered office at avenue Brugmann 183, 1190 Brussels (Belgium), and registered with the Register of Legal Entities (Brussels) under number 0478.744.389 (VAT BE 0478.744.389). All of its lawyers are members of Ordre français des avocats du Barreau de Bruxelles or De Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten bij de balie te Brussel and regulated as described at on www.barreaudebruxelles.be or www.baliebrussel.be.
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