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|Court_Abbrevation=Rechtbank AmsterdamRb. Amsterdam
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|Case_Number_Name=8598127 KK EXPL 20-357
 
|Case_Number_Name=8598127 KK EXPL 20-357
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The tribunal orders a bank in a preliminary injunction to request the removal of the data of the plaintiff at the Credit Registration Office (BKR), even if he had a bad credit history with the bank.  
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The tribunal orders ABNO AMRO to request the removal of the data of the plaintiff in the Bureau Kredit Registratie, even if he had a bad credit history with the bank.  
  
 
== English Summary ==
 
== English Summary ==
  
 
=== Facts ===
 
=== Facts ===
An individual had a credit history with the bank, at the term of which he could pay his debts due to reasons for which he cannot be held responsible. the bank registered his name under several codes at the BKR.  The individual asks for the removing his data from the BKR. the bank refuses to send this request.  
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An individual had a credit history with ABN AMRO, at the term of which he could pay his debts due to reasons for which he cannot be held responsible. ABN AMRO registered his name under several codes at the Bureau Kredit Registratie (BKR).  The individual asks for the removing his data from the BKR. ABNO refuses to send this request.  
  
 
=== Dispute ===
 
=== Dispute ===
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The tribunal confirmed that the data could be processed under the legitimate interest basis (ARTICLE 6(1)(f) GDPR).  
 
The tribunal confirmed that the data could be processed under the legitimate interest basis (ARTICLE 6(1)(f) GDPR).  
 
The tribunal weighted the different interests at stake and decided in favor of the complainant since he could prove that his bad credit scoring was due to unfortunate circumstances.  
 
The tribunal weighted the different interests at stake and decided in favor of the complainant since he could prove that his bad credit scoring was due to unfortunate circumstances.  
The tribunal order the bank to request the BKR to remove several codes under which the plaintiff as registered.  
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The tribunal order ABN AMMOR to request the BKR to remove several codes under which the plaintiff as registered.  
  
 
== Comment ==
 
== Comment ==

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