Mark Delanote - Lawyer



Mark Delanote is Master of Laws (KULeuven 2001) and obtained additional masters in Tax Law (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2002), Company Law (KULeuven, 2002) and Social Law (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2006). In 2010 he obtained his PhD in tax law with his dissertation on the recovery of tax debts.
Since 2002, Mark is a member of the Brussels Bar. He is also the founder of the Belgian Association of Tax Lawyers.
Besides, Mark is also a professor at the Faculties of Law at the University of Ghent and the University of Brussels, where he teaches o.a. tax procedural law, inheritance tax, registration duties, income tax and accounting law.
At the policy level, the expertise of Mark Delanote is frequently invoked.
From March 2016 to November 2017 Mark was a Dutch-speaking expert in the "Panama" Commission of the Federal Parliament.
Mark also participated in the "Kazachgate" Commission of the Federal Parliament from June 2016 to April 2018.
Mark has been a member of the High Council of Finance since November 2017.


Mark Delanote is a specialist in tax law, always keeping in mind the complexity of the legal environment. He has a lot of experience in many tax related issues, in which he always provides tailor-made advice. Mark also supports taxpayers in their relation with the government (ruling, conciliation, investigation,…). Moreover, Mark has a special expertise in the field of tax procedures in which he goes to the edge in order to defend and safeguard his clients’ interests.

Publications and seminars

Mark Delanote has extensively published on tax-related subjects. Besides his monographs (“Schuld en Executie”, “Fiscaal invorderingsrecht”), Mark has written on numerous tax related topics in scientific publications. He always keeps in mind the practical finality of law.
Mark Delanote is a regular speaker at conferences on a broad range of tax issues and gives courses to lawyers and judges.
He is recommended as an expert in tax law by Legal 500 (2017).


English, Dutch and French.


Office Brussels
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