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The City of Brussels states that by virtue of the law of 30 July 1979 relative to the prevention of fires and explosions, certain traders are obliged to take a liability insurance in case of fire or explosion.
The traders which belong to one of the categories mentioned below need to have a third-party liability insurance in order to respect the law of 30 July 1979.
Traders with compulsory liability
- dance halls, discos and all the public places for dancing
- restaurants, chip shops and other bars, when the total surface open to the public is at least 50 m2
- hotels and motels of a capacity of at least 4 rooms and being able to welcome at least 10 customers
- stores for retailing with premises that have a surface of at least 1000 m2
- youth hostels
- artistic cabarets and circuses
- cinemas and theatres
- cultural centres
- multi-purpose halls, in particular for shows, public meetings and sports events
- sporting rooms
- shooting galleries
- trade fairs and showrooms
- closed fairground installations of which the total surface open to the public is at least 100m2
- inflatable structures
- shopping malls with an accessible total surface of at least 1000 m2
- amusement parks
- hospitals and health care centres
- service flats, residential complexes which propose services and rest homes for the elderly
- buildings for education and vocational trainings
- office blocks of which the total surface open to the public is at least 500 m2
- stations, all the installations of metros and airports
- buildings of worship of which the total surface open to the public is at least 1000 m2
- legal courts
More information: service of Legal Affairs of the City of Brussels: 02 279 20 20
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