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ECJ ruling backs Irish firm

Construction workers employed by an Irish company in Belgium do not have to pay Belgian social security contributions, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.

28th January, 2006

Construction workers employed by an Irish company in Belgium do not have to pay Belgian social security contributions, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.

The Belgian authorities failed in their bid to challenge the validity of E101 social security certificates issued to employees of ICDS Constructors of Upper Fitzwilliam Street in Dublin.

E101 certificates, which are issued to employees of bona fide Irish companies working in the European Economic Area, allow workers to...

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