An Act To Amend Certain Provisions Of The Judicial Code To Establish A New Monetary Career For Judicial Personnel And A System Of Mandates For The Chief Clerks And Chief Secretaries (1)

Original Language Title: Loi modifiant certaines dispositions du Code judiciaire en vue d'instaurer une nouvelle carrière pécuniaire pour le personnel judiciaire ainsi qu'un système de mandats pour les greffiers en chef et les secrétaires en chef (1)

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Posted the: 2014-06-10 Numac: 2014009225 FEDERAL JUSTICE PUBLIC SERVICE April 10, 2014. -Act to amend certain provisions of the Judicial Code to establish a new career money for judicial personnel and a system of mandates for the chief clerks and Secretaries in Chief (1) PHILIPPE, King of the Belgians, to all, present and to come, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: Chapter 1. -Available general Article 1. . This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 77 of the Constitution.
CHAPTER 2. -Changes of Code judiciary art. 2 A section 160, § 8 of the Judicial Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° in paragraph 2, the words "or designated" shall be inserted between the words "is named" and the words "by the King";
2 ° the subsection is supplemented by three paragraphs worded as follows: "the Chief Clerk and the Chief Secretary, a registry or a secretariat of parquet with over one hundred members of staff at the framework, are appointed for a renewable term of five years. The designation to this function causes right the vacancy of the function exercised at the time of the designation.
Mandate-holder may request that its designation be terminated, by notice of six months. This period may be reduced subject to the agreement of the head of body referred to in article 58bis, 2 °.
At the end of the period of appointment, mandate-holder is delivered to the disposal of its jurisdiction, its parquet or its original service, applicable surplus. It covers the remuneration attached to the last function to which he was appointed, in accordance with article 372quinquies. If he was appointed as a Chief or Chief Secretary clerk, it is allowed, personally, to wear the title linked to these functions until the day of his retirement, resignation, impeachment or, as appropriate, its other functions appointment. "."
S. 3. in article 161 of the Code replaced by Act of April 25, 2007, paragraphs 3 and 4 are repealed.
S. 4. at article 163 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° in the paragraph 1, the words "or designated" shall be inserted between the words "be named" and the words "in two levels";
2 ° in paragraph 2, the words "or designated" are inserted between the words "named registry" and the words "in the A level".
S. 5a. article 172 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° in the paragraph 1, the words "or designated" shall be inserted between the words "be named" and the words "in two levels";
2 ° in paragraph 2, the words "or designated" shall be inserted between the words "parquet" named and the words "in the A level".
S. 6. article 262 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, and amended by law of December 29, 2010 and December 1, 2013, is supplemented by paragraph 3 as follows: "§ § 3 3" In order to be designated in a level class, with the title of clerk in Chief, in accordance with article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, the applicant must: 1 ° be named outright in the A level as a member of the judicial personnel;
2 ° as a seniority of at least 6 years level;
3 ° and be winning a comparative selection for the relevant function, organised by Selor - selection of the Federal Administration Office.
The comparative selection consists of an interview based on a practical case linked to the legal context of the function.
The actual services provided on a contractual basis are eligible for the calculation of the required level seniority. "."
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7. article 265 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, and amended by the law of December 29, 2010, is supplemented by the § 3 worded as follows: "§ § 3 3" In order to be designated in a level class, with the title of Secretary in Chief, in accordance with article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, the applicant must: 1 ° be named outright in the A level as a member of the judicial personnel;
2 ° as a seniority of at least 6 years level;
3 ° and be winning a comparative selection for the relevant function, organised by Selor - selection of the Federal Administration Office.
The comparative selection consists of an interview based on a practical case linked to the legal context of the function.
The actual services provided on a contractual basis are eligible for the calculation of the required level seniority. "."
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8A article 274 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007 and amended by the Act of December 1, 2013, the following changes are made: 1 ° in the § 2, paragraph 2, the words "or, where appropriate, the designation" shall be inserted between the words "appointment" and the words "to the function";
2 ° in § 5, the words "or, where applicable, means" shall be inserted between the words "The King appoints" and the words "among the candidates".
S. 9A article 276 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° in the § 1 of which the existing text will form the single paragraph, 2 ° is replaced by the following: "2 ° with regard to the pecuniary career, promotion is the award to the staff member, in his grade or in its class , the scale of treatment than that enjoyed by it; It is called 'wage scale promotion';"
2 ° § 2 is repealed.
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10A article 277 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° the § 1 is replaced by the following: "§ 1." To be promoted to the A2 class, the staff member must have at least two years ' seniority in the A1 class.
To be promoted to class A3, the staff member must have at least four years of seniority in the A2 class, or at least six years ' seniority in the A1 class, or at least six years ' seniority in classes A1 and A2 together.
To be promoted to the A4 class, the staff member shall bear the class A3.
To be promoted to the class A5, the staff member must have at least two years ' seniority in the class A4. ";
2 ° §§ 3 and 4 are repealed.
S. 11. in the second part, book Ier, title IV, chapter VI, section III of the same Code, subsection II, containing the articles 279-287bis, inserted by the Act of April 25, 2007 and amended by laws of December 30, 2009 and December 31, 2012, is hereby repealed.
S. 12. in the second part, book I, title IV, chapter VI, section IV of the same Code, it is inserted an article 287ter/1 as follows: "article 287ter/1.
§ 1. Notwithstanding section 287ter, each holder of a function of Chief Registrar or Chief Secretary referred to in article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, is assessed annually for the duration of its mandate by the body referred to in article 58bis, 2nd Chief. The first four cycles are sanctioned by an interim evaluation. The last cycle closes before the end of the mandate and concludes with a final evaluation.
§ 2. The holder of the mandate is assessed on the manner in which service he leads has contributed to the achievement of the planned objectives in the management plan, referred to in article 185/6, taking into account the areas of outcomes identified in its profile of service.
It is also assessed on how it fulfilled its task of evaluator.
Control over this task is carried out according to the terms applicable to the chief clerks and Chief Secretaries who do not hold a warrant.
Where appropriate, it is not required objectives including the realization not depended in no way the responsibility of the evaluated. In all cases, the assessment of his personal contribution account of what can reasonably be expected of the evaluated.
§ 3. At the end of each evaluation round, the body referred to in article 58bis, 2 ° chef invites the mandate holder to an assessment interview.
A human resources staff member may attend this meeting as Secretary.
In all cases, the head of body referred to in article 58bis, 2, ° has an interview of operation with the holder of the mandate to evaluate for his assessment.
§ 4. After the assessment interview, the head of body referred to in article 58bis, 2 ° finalizes the evaluation report and transmits it, against a receipt, in the assessed within twenty days calendar following the assessment interview.
The model of the evaluation report is determined by the King.
The holder of the mandate of Chief Clerk or Chief Secretary-an interim evaluation gives rise to the 'insufficient' words whose final assessment does not give rise to the reference "meets expectations" or "exceptional" reference may submit an appeal before the Appeals Board referred to in article 287quater within fifteen calendar days following the notification of the assessment report by a registered post,.
The appeal is suspensive. Where appropriate, the mandate is extended until the end of the appeal proceedings referred to in article 287quater.
§ 5. Each assessment closes by one of the following phrases: "exceptional", "meets expectations", ' improving' or 'insufficient'.
The evaluation of the mandate-holder gives rise to the reference to 'insufficient' when it emerges that objectives planned for the service that he directs, defined in the plan of management referred to in article 185/6, and particularly in the areas of results specified in the function of the holder profile function, has clearly not been made during the period under review.
In addition, the reference to 'insufficient'

is awarded if less than 70% of the assessments which it is responsible are made in a timely manner and in accordance with article 287ter.
The evaluation of the holder of the mandate gives rise to the words "improved" when it appears that the objectives for the service that he directs, defined in the management plan referred to in article 185/6, and particularly in the areas of results specified in the function of the function holder profile, are only partially achieved during the period under review.
In addition, except if the 'insufficient' reference is required, the words "to improve" is Office awarded if less than 90% of evaluations were conducted or assessments were performed out of time or in accordance with article 287ter.
Evaluation of the holder of the mandate gives rise to the term "responds to the expectations" when it appears that most of the objectives planned for the service that he headed, as defined in the management plan referred to in article 185/6, and particularly in the areas of results specified in the function of the function holder profile, have been achieved during the period under review.
In addition, the words "meeting expectations" is assigned if 90% at least of the assessments which it is responsible were conducted in a timely manner and in accordance with article 287ter.
Evaluation of the holder of the mandate gives rise to the reference to "exceptional" when it appears that the majority of the objectives planned for the service that he headed, as defined in the management plan referred to in article 185/6, and particularly in the areas of results specified in the function of the function holder profile, have been achieved during the period under review and that some have been exceeded.
In addition, the awarded "outstanding" certification requires that all of the evaluations has been performed in a timely manner and in accordance with article 287ter, and that the holder of the warrant is found to be a true leader of his team, causing it to exceed its objectives.
§ 6. The final evaluation of the holder of a warrant Chief Clerk or Chief Secretary referred to in article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, is supported by evaluation reports relating to the periods have elapsed for the interim evaluations and the total period of the mandate.
§ 7. If an intermediate assessment or the final evaluation of a holder of a mandate of Chief Clerk or Secretary referred to in article 160 Chief, § 8, paragraph 3, lead to an 'insufficient' mention, his appointment ends on the first day of the month following that of the final allocation of the reference.
The person concerned is given to his original service available.
§ 8. If the final evaluation of a holder of a Chief or Chief Secretary clerk warrant referred to in section 160, § 8, paragraph 3, leads to a mention "meets expectations" or "exceptional", its mandate is renewed of right for a further period of five years.
If the final evaluation leads to a mention "to improve", the designation ends the first day of the month following that of the final allocation of the reference.
The person concerned is given at the disposal of its original service. "."
S. 13. in article 366 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° in the § 1, the words "articles 362, 363, 365, § 1," shall be replaced by the words "363-365, § 1,";
(2) there is inserted a § 1bis as follows: "§ 1bis." Pecuniary seniority consists of two components: 1 ° that is recognised as acquired during the entry into service and which is calculated in accordance with §§ 2, 3 and 4;
2 ° which is acquired as a member of staff after entry into service and which is calculated in accordance with §§ 2, 5 and 6.
Any new entry into service as a staff member leads a new calculation of the first component. This paragraph also applies to the Member of staff engaged in a labour contract that gets a new contract of employment. ";
3 ° in § 2, the chapeau of 6 ° shall be replaced by the following: ' without prejudice to the application of the provisions of § 1, also come into consideration for the calculation of pecuniary seniority services referred to in article 12, paragraphs 1 to 5 and 7, of the royal decree of 25 October 2013 on the career money of the members of the staff of the federal public service. " For the purposes of this article, "supervising official or his delegate" shall be replaced by the words "Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Public Service Justice or his delegate.".
4 ° article is supplemented by §§ 3, 4, 5 and 6 worded as follows: "§ § 3 3" Valued in accordance with § 2 services are calculated according to article 11, §§ 2 to 7 of the royal decree of 25 October 2013 relative to financial members of the staff of the federal public service career.
§ 4. Come into consideration for the calculation of the seniority of the Member of the contract staff services referred to in § 2. They are calculated in accordance with § 3.
§ 5. For the Member of staff, pecuniary seniority develops whole month, he is on active service, even at reduced benefits for personal reasons, or availability.
Pecuniary seniority acquired after entry into service evolves by month. Incomplete months are not taken into account.
Pecuniary seniority is reduced by one-third when the Member of staff at level B or C is promoted to level A. The result is expressed in months and rounded up to the next whole number. Where appropriate, monetary seniority is adjusted to neutralize the effect of an earlier application of the age classes similar to those defined in the financial status of the staff of the federal public service.
However, the reduction is limited to two years, for the services provided in a function of level B and 5 years for those provided in a function of the C and D levels. This rule cannot have the effect of imposing a total reduction of over five years.
The reduction is also limited so the promotion to A guarantee an annual salary increase of at least 1094 euros.

§ 6. For the Member of the contract staff, pecuniary seniority evolves, a whole month, if they are actually running their contract of employment.
Pecuniary seniority acquired after entry into service evolves by month. Incomplete months are not taken into account.
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, pecuniary seniority is evolving even in the case of suspension of the employment contract: 1 ° if the Member of the contract staff is paid by the Service public federal Justice.
2 ° If the contractual staff member benefits from the maternity leave or interruption of work referred to in articles 42 and 43 of the law of 16 March 1971 on work or article 18, paragraph 2, of the law of 14 December 2000 laying down certain aspects of the organisation of working time;
3 ° If the contractual staff member benefits from the unpaid parental leave granted by the royal decree of 16 March 2001 on leave and absences granted to certain members of the staff assisting the judiciary, as well as granted under the career break;
4 ° If the Member of the contract staff is in concerted cessation of work;
5 ° If the contractual staff member benefits from the leave for compelling reasons created by the royal decree of 11 October 1991 determining the procedures for the exercise of the right to leave for compelling reasons. "."
S. 14. in the second part, book II, title III, chapter II, first part, of the same Code, inserted by the Act of April 25, 2007, including 366 to 367bis articles, inserted an article 366a as follows: "article 366a. seniority of scale is pecuniary seniority acquired under the terms of article 366, §§ 5 and 6, as a staff member in a given salary range. It is calculated from the first day of the month where the staff member benefits from this level of treatment.
The Member of staff who is the last step in the salary range continues to increase his seniority of scale.
This article applies to the Member of the contract staff. "."
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15. in the same first section, it is inserted an article 366ter, worded as follows: "article
366ter. the Member of the contract staff who is appointed on a provisional basis in the same grade or class, or who gets a new work contract, keeps his salary range and age of scale.
This section does not apply when the employment contract was terminated for more than 12 months. "."
S. 16. article 367bis of the Code, restored by the Act of April 25, 2007 that the existing text is inserted in the same first section is replaced by the following: 'article 367bis. has each grade and each class are assigned one or more scales of treatment.
Absence of provisions giving it another level of treatment, the staff member gets the first scale of treatment of his grade or class.
Each salary range includes thirty levels.
In its salary scales, the staff member is the level that corresponds to his pecuniary seniority.
This article applies to the Member of the contract staff. "."
S. 17. in the second part, book II, title III, chapter II, section one, of the same Code, inserted by the law on 25 April 2007, article 367ter, repealed by the Act of April 25, 2007, is inserted in the same first section and is restored in the drafting

Next: "art. 367ter. the staff member gets each month one twelfth of the annual salary.
This treatment has the indexing scheme and is attached to the pivot index 138.01.
Its is calculated neglecting the third decimal place in the result.
This article applies to the Member of the contract staff. "."
S. 18. in the same first section, it is inserted an article 367quater, worded as follows: "article 367quater. the staff member who provides part-time is paid pro rata.
Member of staff, it provides full-time or part-time, who has provided services for only part of the month is paid in amount.
This part is expressed in a fraction of which the numerator is the number of days actually prestes and the denominator the number of working days. If the number of hours varies depending on the day, the numerator and the denominator are the corresponding numbers of hours.
This article applies to the Member of the contract staff. "."
S. 19. in the same first section, it is inserted an article 367quinquies, worded as follows: "article 367quinquies. where the wage scale promotion, promotion to a superior or a higher class level is not granted the first day of the month, it only produces its effects until the first day of the following month.
The treatment is paid in arrears. "."
S. 20. article 368 of the same Code replaced by Act of April 25, 2007, is replaced by the following: 'article 368. the class A1 includes NA11, NA12 and NA13, NA14, NA15 NA16 salary scales.
The A2 class includes treatment NA21, 22na, NA23, NA24 and NA25 scales.
Class A3 includes treatment NA31, NA32, NA33, NA34 and NA35 scales.
The A4 class includes NA41, NA42, NA43 and NA44 salary scales.
The class A5 includes scales of treatment NA51, NA52, NA53 and NA54."
S. 21. article 369 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, is replaced by the following: 'article
"369. for the duration of the appointment as clerk in Chief or Chief Secretary, referred to in article 160 mandate-holder § 8, paragraph (3), benefits from the last treatment scale attached to the class in which the function to which it is referred to, is pitched."
S. 22. article 370 of the Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, is replaced by the following: "Art 370. § 1. In the class A1, the salary scales are fixed as follows (in euros): NA11 NA12 NA13 NA14 NA15 NA16 0 21.880 24.880 27,880 30.880 33.880 36.880 1 22.138 25.138 28.138 31.138 34.138 37.138 2 22.396 25.396 28.396 31.396 34.396 37.396 3 22.654 25.654 28.654 31,654 34.654 37.654 4 22.912 25.912 28.912 31.912 34.912 37.912 5 23.170 26.170 29.170 32.170 35.170 38.170 6 23.428 26.428 29.428 32.428 35.428 38.428 7 23.686 26.686 29.686 32.686 35.686 38.686 8 23.943 26.943 29.943 32.943 35.943 38.943 9 24,201 27.201 30.201 33.201 36.201 39.201 10 24.459 27.459 30.459 33.459 36.459 39.459 11 24.717 27.717 30.717 33.717 36,717 39.717 12 24.975 27,975 30.975 33.975 36.975 39.975 13 25.233 28.233 31.233 34.233 37.233 40.233 14 25.491 28.491 31.491 34.491 37.491 40.491 15 25.749 28.749 31.749 34,749 37.749 40,749 16 26.007 29.007 32.007 35.007 38.007 41.007 17 26.265 29.265 32.265 35.265 38.265 41.265 18 26.523 29.523 32.523 35.523 38.523 41.523 19 26.781 29.781 32.781 35.781 38.781 41.781

20 27.039 30.039 33.039 36.039 39.039 42.039 21 27.297 30.297 33.297 36.297 39.297 42.297 22 27.554 30.554 33.554 36.554 39.554 42.554 23 27.812 30.812 33.812 36.812 39.812 42.812 24 28.070 31.070 34.070 37.070 40.070 43.070 25 28.328 31.328 34.328 37.328 40.328 43.328 26 28.586 31.586 34.586 37.586 40.586 43.586 27 28.844 31.844 34.844 37.844 40.844 43.844 28 29.102 32.102 35.102 38.102 41.102 44.102 29 29.360 32,360 35.360 38.360 41.360 44.360 § 2. In the class A2, the salary scales are fixed as follows (in euros): NA21 NA22 NA23 NA24 NA25 0 25.880 29.680 32.680 35.680 38.680 1 26.076 29.876 32.876 35.876 38.876 2 26.272 30.072 33.072 36.072 39.072 3 26.468 30.268 33.268 36.268 39.268 4 26.663 30.463 33.463 36.463 39.463 5 26.859 30.659 33.659 36.659 39.659 6 27.055 30.855 33.855 36.855 39.855 7 27.251 31.051 34.051 37.051 40.051 8 27.447 31.247 34.247 37.247 40.247 9 27.643 31.443 34.443 37.443 40.443 10 27.839 31.639 34.639 37.639 40.639 11 28.034 31.834 34.834 37.834 40.834 12 28.230 32.030 35.030 38.030 41,030 13 28.426 32.226 35.226 38.226 41.226 14 28.622 32.422 35.422 38.422 41.422 15 28.818 32.618 35.618 38.618 41.618 16 29.014 32.814 35.814 38.814 41.814 17 29.210 33.010 36.010 39.010 42.010 18 29.406 33.206 36.206 39.206 42.206 19 29.601 33.401 36.401 39.401 42.401 20 29.797 33.597 36.597 39.597 42.597 21 29.993 33.793 36.793 39.793 42.793 22 30.189 33.989 36.989 39.989 42.989 23 30.385 34.185 37.185 40.185 43.185 24 30.581 34.381 37.381 40.381 43,381 25 30.777 34.577 37.577 40.577 43.577 26 30.972 34.772 37.772 40.772 43.772 27 31.168 34.968 37.968 40.968 43.968 28 31.364 35.164 38.164 41.164 44.164 29 31.560 35.360 38.360 41.360 44.360 § 3. In the class A3, the salary scales are fixed as follows (in euros): NA31 NA32 NA33 NA34 NA35 0 32.380 36.380 39.380 42.380 45.380 1 32.586 36.586 39.586 42.586 45.586 2 32.792 36.792 39.792 42.792 45.792 3 32.999 36.999 39,999 42.999 45.999 4 33.205 37.205 40.205 43.205 46.205 5 33.411 37.411 40.411 43.411 46.411 6 33.617 37.617 40.617 43.617 46.617 7 33.823 37.823 40.823 43.823 46.823 8 34.030 38.030 41,030 44.030 47.030 9 34.236 38.236 41.236 44.236 47.236 10 34.442 38.442 41.442 44.442 47.442 11 34.648 38.648 41.648 44.648 47.648 12 34.854 38.854 41.854 44.854 47.854 13 35.061 39.061 42.061 45.061 48.061 14 35.267 39,267 42.267 45.267 48.267 15 35.473 39.473 42.473 45.473 48.473 16 35.679 39.679 42.679 45.679 48.679 35.886 17 39.886 42.886 45.886 48.886 18 36.092 40.092 43.092 46.092 49.092 19 36.298 40.298 43.298 46.298 49.298 20 36.504 40.504 43.504 46.504 49.504 21 36.710 40.710 43.710 46.710 49.710 22 36.917 40.917 43.917 46.917 49.917 23 37.123 41.123 44.123 47.123 50.123 24 37.329 41.329 44.329 47.329 50.329 25 37.535 41.535 44.535 47.535 50.535 26 37.741 41.741 44.741 47.741 50.741 27 37.948 41.948 44.948 47.948 50.948 28 38.154 42.154 45.154 48.154 51.154 29 38.360 42.360 45.360 48.360 51.360 § 4. In the class A4, the salary scales are fixed as follows (in euros): NA41 NA42 NA43 NA44 0 39.570 43,570 47.570 51.570 1 39.826 43.826 47.826 51.826 2 40.082 44.082 48.082 52.082 3 40.338 44.338 48.338 52.338 4 40.593 44.593 48.593 52.593 5 40.849 44.849 48.849 52.849 6 41.105 45.105 49.105 53.105 7 41.361 45.361 49.361 53.361 8 41.617 45.617 49.617 53,617 9 41.873 45.873 49.873 53.873 10 42.129 46.129 50.129 54.129 11 42.384 46.384 50.384 54.384 12 42.640 46.640 50.640 54.640 13 42.896 46.896 50.896 54.896 14 43.152 47.152 51.152 55.152 15 43.408 47.408 51.408 55.408 16 43.664 47.664 51.664 55.664 17 43.920 47.920 51.920 55.920 18 44.176 48.176 52.176 56.176 19 44.431 48.431 52.431 56.431 20 44.687 48.687 52.687 56.687 21 44.943 48.943 52.943 56.943 22 45.199 49.199 53.199 57.199 23 45.455 49.455 53.455 57.455 24 45.711 49.711 53.711 57.711 25 45.967 49.967 53.967 57.967 26 46.222 50.222 54.222 58.222 27 46.478 50.478 54.478 58.478 28 46.734 50.734 54.734 58.734 29 46.990 50.990 54.990 58.990 § 5. In the class A5, the salary scales are fixed as follows (in euros): NA51 NA52 NA53 NA54 0 47.360 51.360 55.360 59.360 1 47.616 51.616 55.616 59.616 2 47.872 51.872 55.872 59.872 3 48.128 52.128 56.128 60.128 4 48.383 52.383 56.383 60.383 5 48.639 52.639 56.639 60.639 6 48.895 52.895 56.895 60.895 7 49.151 53.151 57.151 61.151 8 49.407 53.407 57.407 61.407 9 49.663 53.663 57.663 61.663 10 49.919 53.919 57.919 61.919 11 50.174 54.174 58.174 62.174 12 50.430 54.430 58.430 62.430 13 50.686 54.686 58.686 62.686 14 50.942 54.942 58.942 62.942 15 51.198 55.198 59.198 63.198 16 51.454 55.454 59.454 63.454 17 51.710 55.710 59.710 63.710 18 51.966 55.966 59.966 63.966 19 52.221 56.221 60.221 64.221 20 52.477 56.477 60.477 64.477 21 52.733 56.733 60.733 64.733 22 52.989 56.989 60.989 64.989 23 53.245 57.245 61.245 65.245 24 53.501 57.501 61.501 65.501 25 53.757 57.757 61.757 65.757 26 54.012 58.012 62.012 66.012 27 54.268 58.268 62.268 66.268 28 54.524 58.524 62.524 66.524 29 54.780 58.780 62.780 66.780 s.
23. article 371 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, is replaced by the following: 'article
371. the grade of clerk and Secretary include scales of treatment NBJ1, NBJ2, NBJ3, NBJ4 and NBJ5."
S. 24. article 372 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, is replaced by the following: 'article 372. the scales of processing clerks and Secretaries are fixed as follows (in euros): NBJ1 NBJ2 NBJ3 NBJ4 NBJ5 0 17.274 20.274 22.774 25.274 27.774 1 17.530 20.530 23.030 25.530 28.030 2 17.786 20.786 23.286 25.786 28.286 3 18.042 21.042 23.542 26.042 28.542 4 18.298 21.298 23.798 26.298 28.798 5 18.554 21.554 24.054 26.554 29.054 6 18.810 21.810 24.310 26,810 29.310 7 19.066 22.066 24.566 27.066 29,566 8 19.321 22.321 24.821 27.321 29.821 9 19.577 22.577 25.077 27.577 30.077 10 19.833 22.833 25.333 27.833 30.333 11 20.089 23.089 25.589 28.089 30.589 12 20.345 23.345 25.845 28,345 30.845 13 20.601 23.601 26.101 28.601 31.101 14 20.857 23.857 26.357 28.857 31.357 15 21.113 24.113 26.613 29.113 31.613 16 21.369 24.369 26.869 29.369 31.869 17 21.625 24.625 27.125 29.625 32.125 18 21.881 24.881 27.381 29.881 32.381 19 22.137 25.137 27.637 30.137 32.637 20 22.393 25.393 27.893

30.393 32.893 21 22.649 25.649 28.149 30.649 33.149 22 22.904 25.904 28.404 30,904 33.404 23 23.160 26,160 28.660 31.160 33.660 24 23.416 26.416 28.916 31.416 33.916 25 23.672 26.672 29.172 31.672 34.172 26 23.928 26.928 29.428 31.928 34.428 27 24.184 27.184 29.684 32.184 34.684 28 24.440 27.440 29,940 32.440 34.940 29 24.696 27.696 30.196 32.696 35.196 s. 25. in the second part, book II, title III, chapter II, section II, of the same Code, there shall be inserted a subsection III entitled "of the wage scale promotion".
S. 26. in sub-section III inserted by article 25, it is inserted an article 372bis, worded as follows: "article 372bis. the staff member is promoted from the first to the second scale of treatment of his rank or his class the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following two conditions: 1 ° have at least three years of seniority of scale;
2 ° in its salary scales, obtaining three times, one of the following endorsements: "exceptional" or "meets expectations".
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the staff member is promoted from the first to the second scale of treatment of his rank or his class the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following three conditions: 1 ° have at least two years of seniority of scale;
2 ° have achieved, in its salary scales, twice, "exceptional";
3 ° not to have obtained, in its salary scales, the words "to improve', or the 'insufficient.' reference.
S. 27. in the same subsection III, it is inserted an article 372ter as follows: "article 372ter. in the level B, the staff member is promoted to higher salary range that is not the second salary scales for his grade on the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following two conditions: 1 ° have at least six years of seniority of scale;
2 ° getting in his scale of treatment, six times, one of the following endorsements: "exceptional" or "meets expectations".
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the staff member is promoted to the higher processing scale that is not the second salary scales for his grade on the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following three conditions: 1 ° have at least four years of seniority of scale;
2 ° have achieved, in its salary scales, four times, "exceptional";
3 ° not to have obtained, in its salary scales, the words "to improve', or ' deficient '.". "
S.
28. in the same subsection III, it is inserted an article 372quater as follows: "article
372quater. at level A, the staff member is promoted to the higher processing scale that is not the second salary scales for her class on the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following two conditions: 1 ° have at least five years of seniority of scale;
2 ° getting in its salary scales, five times either the "exceptional" reference or mention "meets expectations".
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the staff member is promoted to the higher processing scale that is not the second salary scales for her class on the first day of the month following the one where it meets the following three conditions: 1 ° have at least four years of seniority of scale;
2 ° have achieved, in its salary scales, four times, "exceptional";
3 ° not to have obtained, in its salary scales, the words "to improve", nor "deficient".
By way of derogation from paragraphs 1 and 2, the wage scale promotion to salary NA16 scale is done pursuant to section 372bis "."
S.
29. in the same subsection III, it is inserted an article 372quinquies as follows: "article
"372quinquies. the holder of the duties of Chief Clerk or Chief Secretary referred to in article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, was promoted to top salary scale or benefits from scale subsidies in the class where it is named as though it had received annually marked"meets expectations"."
S. 30. in the same subsection III, it is inserted an article 372sexies as follows: "article 372sexies. the contractual staff member benefits from pay promotions referred to in articles 372bis to 372quater.
Notwithstanding these articles, a member of the contract staff can be promoted to a salary range that is greater than the third rank or its class scale. "."
S. 31. in the second part, book II, title III, chapter II, section II, of the same code, there shall be inserted a sub-section IV entitled "salary scale in the context of the promotion by accession to the next level, promotion to the upper or the change of grade class".
S. 32. in sub-section IV inserted by section 31, it is inserted an article 372septies, worded as follows: "article 372septies. the staff member is promoted to the next level or upper-class gets the first scale of treatment of his grade or class.
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the Member of staff promoted to the top level or upper-class and paid the salary scales referred to in the first column of the table below Gets the scale of treatment of his rank or his class indicated in the second column: Kolom 1 Kolom 2 column 1 column 2 C3 NBJ2 C3 NBJ2 C4 NBJ2 C4 NBJ2 C5 NBJ3 C5 NBJ3 B3 NA12 B3 NA12 B4 NA12 B4 NA12 B5 NA13 B5 NA13
«NBI3 / NBJ3 NA12 NBI3 / NBJ3 NA12 NBI4 / NBJ4 NA13/NA22 NBI4 / NBJ4 NA13/NA22 NBI5 / NBJ5 NA14 / NA23 NBI5 / NBJ5 NA14 / NA23 NA12 NA22 NA12 NA22 NA13 NA23 NA13 NA23 NA14 NA24 NA14 NA24 NA15 NA25 NA15 NA25 NA16 NA25 NA16 NA25 NA23 NA32 NA23 NA32 NA24 NA33 NA24 NA33 NA25 NA34 NA25 NA34 NA34 NA42 NA34 NA42 NA35 NA43 NA35 NA43 NA43 NA52 NA43 NA52 NA44 NA53.
 
 NA44 NA53 ".

S. 33. in the same subsection IV, it is inserted an article 372octies as follows: "article 372octies. the staff member who gets a change of grade to grade of clerk or Secretary is the first, second, third, fourth or fifth scale of treatment of his new rank as he enjoyed the first, second, third, fourth or fifth scale of treatment of his former rank. He carried his seniority of scale and indications it has received in this salary range. "."
S. 34. in the same Code, sections 373bis, restored by the law of 25 April 2007 and 373ter, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, are repealed.
S. 35. in article 374 of the Code replaced by Act of April 25, 2007, the words "in articles 373, 373bis and 373ter" are replaced by the words "article 373".
S. 36. in article 375 of the same Code, replaced by the Act of April 25, 2007, the following changes are made: 1 ° the § 1, paragraph 2, 1 °, is supplemented by the words "and the bonuses of scale granted under sections 56 to 58 of the Act of April 10, 2014, amending certain provisions of the Judicial Code to establish a new career money for judicial personnel and a system of mandates for the chief clerks and Secretaries Chief";
2 ° article is supplemented by the § 5, worded as follows: "§ § 5 5" The staff member is promoted to the higher salary range or benefits from scale subsidies in the grade or class where it is named as though it had received annually marked "meets expectations". "."
S. 37. article 377, § 1, of the same Code, replaced by the law of 3 May 2003, is supplemented by a paragraph as follows: "the treatment of the month of death is fully due.".
CHAPTER 3. -Amendments to the law of 25 April 2007 amending the Judicial Code, including provisions relating to judicial personnel of level has, clerks and Secretaries as well as provisions relating to judicial organization art.
38. in the law of 25 April 2007 amending the Judicial Code, including provisions on judicial personnel of level A, clerks and Secretaries as well as provisions relating to judicial organization, are repealed: 1 ° articles 170 and 171;
2 ° article 172, as amended by the Act of 31 December 2012;
3 ° articles 173 to 177.
CHAPTER 4.
-Amendments to the law of 1 December 2013 on the reform of the judicial districts and amending the Judicial Code to enhance the mobility of members of the judiciary article
39. article 158 of the Act of 1 December 2013 on reform of judicial districts and amending the Judicial Code to enhance the mobility of members of the judiciary is supplemented by a paragraph as follows: "in case the function would not subject to a weighting, referred to in article 160 of the Code of judicial procedure, the Member of staff who is appointed Chief of the justices of peace and the police court clerk from" "the district is named in the class A3 and benefits from salary A32 scale."
S. 40. article 164 of the Act is supplemented by the following sentence: "article 158, paragraph 3, ceases to be in force on 30 June 2014."
CHAPTER 5. -Provisions transitional art. 41 § 1.
Members of staff who at the time of the entry into force of this Act are appointed permanently in a function of Chief Registrar belong to class A3 in accordance with article 72 shall be deemed fulfil the conditions referred to in article 262, § 3, paragraph 1, and article 265, § 3, paragraph 1, of the Judicial Code.
Members

staff who at the time of the entry into force of this Act are appointed permanently in a position of Chief Secretary row in the class A3 in accordance with article 72 shall be deemed the conditions referred to in article 262, § 3, paragraph 1, and article 265, § 3, paragraph 1, of the Judicial Code.
§ 2. The chief clerks and Chief Secretaries a registry or a secretariat of parquet over one hundred members of staff at the framework, and who are appointed on a permanent basis at the time of the entry into force of article 160, § 8, paragraph 3, of the Judicial Code continue to exercise their functions until the appointment, as the case may be, a Chief Clerk or a Chief Secretary under the mandate.
Chief clerks and Chief Secretaries referred to in paragraph 1 may participate in the selection for the designation, as the case may be, a Chief Clerk or a Chief Secretary under the mandate. In the event that they would not be nominated to these functions, they retain their treatment and are allowed, personally, to wear the title linked to these functions until the day of their retirement, their resignation of their dismissal or, where appropriate, their appointment to other functions.
S.
42. in the event that the function would not object a weighting as referred to in article 160 of the Code of judicial procedure, the staff member designated to Chief or Chief Secretary, Registrar in accordance with the same article 160, § 8, paragraph (3), benefits from the latest salary scale attached to the class A3 for the duration of its mandate.
S. 43. the Member of staff attending training certified before February 4, 2013 and who succeeds this training after the entry into force of this Act, is considered, for the purposes of this chapter, as the having successful before its entry into force.
The Member of staff who would have received July 1, 2014 promoting former scaling of processing in accordance with the provisions which were in force before its entry into force, is considered to be promoted at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
S. 44 § 1. The staff member who enjoys a premium of development skills or an allocation of skills at the time of the entry into force of this Act or who gets the profit after its entry into force in accordance with article 43 the cans until the expiry of the period of validity of certified including the premium training results.
The period of validity elapses and expires according to the provisions that were in force before the entry into force of this Act.
The premium is calculated and paid according to the terms that were in force before the entry into force of this Act.
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2. By way of derogation from article 47 of the staff member referred to the § 1 who according to the provisions applicable before the entry into force of this Act, have been promoted to former top salary scale at the end of the period of validity of certified training gets this wage scale promotion in the old scale of treatment at the end of this period of validity.
By way of derogation from article 47 the employee paid in the old scale of A41 or A42, treatment at the time of the entry into force of this Act and which has successfully certified training in this salary range Gets the provisions which were in force before the entry into force of this Act, promoting the old upper scale processing. This old salary range is recalculated in accordance with article 56 based on pecuniary seniority it will have reached 1 January 2017.
§ 3. The staff member referred to the § 1 the period of validity of certified training expires between the date of entry into force of this Act and the 31 December 2016 without it benefits from the wage scale promotion referred to in § 2, retains the benefit of its differential development of skills or its allocation of skills through December 31, 2016 (if it meets the following two conditions: 1 ° not having been in the conditions to register for a new certified between training: has) 1 January 2013 and January 9, 2013 for the members of staff at A level and coated the staff members of the grade of clerk and Secretary.
(b) between 1 January 2013 and February 3, 2013 for other members of the staff;
2 ° do not qualify for a promotion by accession to the top level, or promotion to the upper class between the date of entry into force of this Act and December 31, 2016.
The premium is calculated and paid according to the terms that were in force before the entry into force of this Act.
S.
45. in this chapter, the words "old scales of treatment" refer to the salary ranges defined: 1 ° in articles 370 and 372 of the Judicial Code such as applicable before the entry into force of this Act;
2 ° in annex III of the royal decree of 10 November 2006 on the status, career and financial status of judicial personnel, such that this annex was applicable before the entry into force of this Act.
The old salary scales are defined in annex 1.
In this annex, the first column resumes the name of salary scale if it exists, column 2 recalls the minimum and maximum and column 3, development.
S. 46 § 1. In this chapter, the words "former scale of specific treatment" refer to a specific salary range enjoyed by some members of the staff to the entry into force of this Act, if applicable provided that it is more favourable than a scale of treatment referred to in article 45.
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2. The ancient scales of specific treatment are defined: 1 ° to articles 171, 174 to 178 of the Act of April 25, 2007 amending the Judicial Code, including provisions relating to judicial personnel of level A, clerks and Secretaries as well as provisions relating to judicial organization;
2 ° in annexes IV, VI and VII of the royal decree of 10 November 2006 on the status, career, and financial status of judicial personnel;
3 ° in annex III of the royal decree of 19 March 1996 on the simplification of the career and financial status of some members of the staff who assist the judiciary.
The old specific salary scales are defined in annex 2.
In this annex, the first column resumes the name of salary scale if it exists, column 2 recalls the minimum and maximum and column 3, development.
§ 3. If old salary scale, increased by a bonus of scale pursuant to articles 58 and 59, ancient scale of treatment to which they are also entitled, gives them more favourable treatment, the staff referred to the § 1 are paid in this old scale of treatment, such as defined in annex 1.
S. 47. by way of derogation from articles 370 and 372 of the Code of judicial procedure as well as the first chapter of title IV of the order royal of 10 November 2006 on the status, career and financial status of judicial personnel, and without prejudice to the application of article 56, the staff members retain their old salary scale in which they were paid at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the Member of staff in the old salary scale A11 at the time of the entry into force of this Act gets old salary scale A12, recalculated in accordance with article 56 on the basis of pecuniary seniority it will have reached 1 January 2017. He gets this old scale of treatment the first day of the month following the one where he has six years of service seniority acquired in the former scale of treatment A11.
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the Member of staff in the old salary scale A51 or A52 at the time of the entry into force of this Act respectively Gets the old salary scale A52 or A53, recalculated in accordance with article 56 on the basis of pecuniary seniority it will have reached 1 January 2017. He gets this old scale of treatment the first day of the month following the one where he has six years of seniority of service acquired respectively in the old scale of treatment A51 or A52.
S. 48. by way of derogation from articles 370 and 372 of the Judicial Code, as amended by this Act, as well as Chapter I of title IV of the order royal of 10 November 2006 on the status, career and financial status of judicial personnel, and without prejudice to the application of article 56, the staff members retain their former scale of specific treatment in which they were paid at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
They keep also, where appropriate, the supplement of treatment related to the old salary scale or the old scale of specific treatment.
S.
49 seniority payment of compensation of the members of staff, referred to in articles 47 and 48, which retain their old salary range, or their former scale of specific treatment is not recalculated at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
S. 50. the staff member who falls within the scope of article 47 Gets the first day of the month following that where there are two and a half years seniority money gained since July 1, 2014 a bonus called "first bonus of scale".

To get the benefit of paragraph 1, the staff member must have obtained three times the words "meets expectations" or "exceptional" case.
S.
51. by way of derogation to article 50, the staff member who falls within the scope of article 47 Gets the first bonus of scale after a year and a half cash if he got twice the reference to "exceptional" and any time the words "improve" or "deficient" seniority.
S.
52. by way of derogation to articles 50 and 51, the first bonus scale is reduced by the amount of the differential development of skills or the allocation of competence referred to in article 44, §§ 1 and 3. It is never negative.
S. 53 § 1.
The staff referred to in articles 50 and 51 Member Gets a bonus called "bonus level" the first of the month following the one where he has six years of monetary seniority, beginning where he obtained a first scale bonus or the bonus of previous scale.
To obtain the benefit of this article, the staff member must have obtained six times the words "meets expectations" or the word "exceptional" for the months where he obtained a first scale bonus or the bonus of previous scale.
§ 2. By way of derogation to the § 1, the level referred to in articles 50 and 51 staff member gets a bonus called "bonus level" the first of the month following the one where there are five financial years from the month where he obtained a first scale bonus or the bonus of previous scale.
To obtain the benefit of this article, the staff member must have obtained five times the words "meets expectations" or the word "exceptional" for the months where he obtained a first scale bonus or the bonus of previous scale.
S. 54. by way of derogation from article 53, the Member of staff gets a bonus of scale after four years of monetary seniority if he got four times the reference to "exceptional" and any time the words "improve" or marked 'insufficient' months where he obtained a first scale bonus or the bonus of previous scale.
S. 55. by way of derogation from articles 50, 51, 53 and 54, the sum due in accordance with the salary scale, calculated treatment taking account of article 56 of the first bonus scale and scale subsidies is limited to the maximum amount of the highest grade or the class of scale, as defined in articles 370 and 372 of the Code of judicial procedure or in annex III to the royal decree of November 10, 2006 bearing status career and financial status of judicial personnel.
However, the maximum amount is entered, for staff members who benefit at the time of the entry into force of this Act of an old scale of treatment or an old scale of specific treatment, to the amount of the last step of this ancient treatment scale or this old scale of specific treatment when their highest level is the entry into force of this Act, greater than the maximum amount referred to in paragraph 1.
S.
56. from January 1, 2017, the increase associated with advancement to the next level of the old salary scales set out in annex 1 and ancient scales of specific treatment as defined in annex 2 shall be: 1 ° 27 euros for the scales of pay for level D1;
2 ° 122 euros for other scales levels, 3 and 4;
3 ° 200 euros for the pay ranges for levels C and 2;
4 ° 256 EUR for the scales of treatment BJ1 BJ2 BJ3, BI1, BI2, and BI3;
5 ° 270 euros for the other pay ranges for levels B and 2 +;
6 ° 258 euros for the treatment of the class A1 scales;
7 ° 196 euros for the scales of treatment of the A2 class;
8 ° 206 euros for treatment of the class A3 scales;
9 ° 256 euros for the pay ranges for classes A4 and A5;
10 ° 200 euros for 1 salary scales;
11 ° 200 euros for the other scales of treatment.
For the application of paragraph 1, the progression is by annal and old salary scale or old specific salary scale is regarded as including an unlimited number of levels.
This section applies to any increase linked to seniority which is carried out from January 1, 2017.
S. 57. the first scale subsidies and bonuses of scale are part of annual salary.
The amounts of the first scale subsidies and bonuses of scale are defined in annex 3, which includes table 1 and table 2.
S.
58 § 1 the amounts of first scale subsidies are those defined in table 2 of Appendix 3 for: 1 ° the employee paid in the last scale of treatment of his grade or class at the time of the entry into force of this Act;
2 ° the staff member who does not have a premium development skills or an allocation of skills at the time of the entry into force of this Act, without prejudice to article 43;
3 ° the Member of staff who has, in accordance with article 44, § 2, of a wage scale promotion for former top salary scale at the end of the period of validity of its certified training when this old scale of treatment was the last scale of treatment of his grade or class;
§ 2. The amounts are determined in table 1 of annex 3 to the other members of staff.
§ 3. By way of derogation to the § 1, 1 °, the employee paid in the old scale of treatment A12 Gets the amount set out in table 1 of Schedule 3 if it enjoys a premium of development skills or an allocation of skills at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
§ 4. By way of derogation to the § 1, paragraph 1, 2 °, the Member of staff who had no one year of seniority level February 3, 2013 Gets the amount set out in table 1 of annex 3.
This paragraph does not apply to the Member of staff who, according to the provisions in force February 3, 2013, could register without delay at a certified training.
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5. By way of derogation to the § 1, paragraph 1, 2 °, the employee paid in the old scale of A41 or A42 treatment at the time of the entry into force of this Act and which has successfully trained certified in its scale of treatment Gets the amount defined in table 1 of annex 3.
S. 59. the amounts of the bonuses of scale are those defined in table 2 of Appendix 3 for: 1 ° the employee paid in the last and the penultimate scale of treatment of his grade or class;
2 ° the Member of staff who has already received a bonus level after the first bonus of scale with the exception of staff members paid in salary scale A12 at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
The amounts are determined in table 1 of annex 3 to the other members of staff.
S. 60. articles 43, 44, § 1, 3 °, 45, 46, 47, paragraph 1, 48-57, 58, §§ 1, 2 and 5, and 59 shall apply to the Member of the contract staff.
However, contractual staff members can benefit from a bonus after the first bonus.
Paragraph 2 does not apply to the cooking/cleaning contributor.
S. 61. by way of derogation from article 58, § 1, 1 °, the Member of contract staff remunerated in the old scale of treatment D1 Gets the amount defined in table 1 if it enjoys a premium of development skills or an allocation of skills at the time of the entry into force of this Act.
S. 62. by way of derogation from article 58 § 1, 2 °, the Member of the contract staff who was not on duty at a level determined for one year at the date of February 3, 2013 Gets the amount defined in table 1.
This article shall not apply to the Member of contract staff who, according to the provisions in force February 3, 2013, could register without delay at a certified training.
S.
63. by way of derogation from article 366ter and 367bis, paragraphs 2 and 5, of the Code of judicial as well as to articles 47 and 63 of the royal decree of 10 November 2006 on the status, career and status pecuniary judicial staff, the Member of the contract staff at the time of the entry into force of this Act and who is appointed later to provisionally enjoys the second scale of his grade or class if it benefited from the first bonus of scale his rank or his class.
It is the third scale of treatment of his rank or his class if he got a bonus of scale after his first bonus of scale.
Pecuniary seniority which he received for the months where he enjoyed his last bonus of scale is valued as a seniority scale.
This article also applies to the Member of the contract staff who gets a new contract of employment within a period of twelve months from the date of the end of his previous contract.
S.
64. for the calculation of the allowance for the exercise of a function beyond the members of staff who are appointed to a superior function at the time of the entry into force of this Act, the remuneration of this superior function reference is attributed to members of the staff paid at the entry into force of this Act in the old first grade salary scale or class

to which belongs the function they perform. Also long as they perform this superior function without interruption, they benefit from the same bonuses of scale than these members of staff and on the same terms.
They fall within the scope of article 375, § 5, of the Judicial Code.
S. 65. the members of the staff in service at the time of the entry into force of this Act which enjoy a promotion by accession to the C level after the entry into force of this Act benefit from the first scale of treatment of their grade which provides, in level corresponding to pecuniary seniority they enjoyed in that grade, an increase of at least 500 euro over annual salary in which they are paid.
S. 66. the members of the staff in service at the time of the entry into force of this Act which enjoy a promotion by accession to the level B after the entry into force of the present law, benefit from the first scale of treatment of their grade which guarantees, in the level corresponding to pecuniary seniority they enjoyed in that grade, an increase of at least 750 euros compared to the annual salary in which they are paid.
S. 67. the members of the staff in service at the time of the entry into force of this Act which enjoy a promotion by accession to level A after the entry into force of this Act, have the first scale of treatment of their class that provides, in the level corresponding to the pecuniary seniority they enjoyed at the A level, an increase of at least 1,500 euro over annual treatment in which they are paid.
In this case, article 366, § 5, paragraph 3, of the Judicial Code does not apply.
S.
68. the members of the staff in service at the time of the entry into force of this Act receiving a promotion to the A2, A3, A4 or A5 classes after the entry into force of the present law, benefit from the first scale of treatment of their class that provides, in the level corresponding to the pecuniary seniority they enjoyed in this class an increase of at least 3,000 euros compared to the annual salary in which they are paid. If no scale does provide this increase, they benefit from the latest salary scales for the class.
This article does not apply to the wage scale promotion to the former treatment A21 scale referred to in article 44 § 2.
S. 69. staff members who obtain a change of grade are paid in the first salary range for that grade which guarantees, in the level corresponding to their pecuniary seniority, a salary at least equal to the annual salary in which they are paid. If no scale treatment does provide this equality, they benefit from the latest salary scales for that grade.
In the event of application of article 44, paragraph 2, after the change of grade, 1st paragraph is again application.
S. 70. with regard to the application of sections 65 to 69, the annual salary is the sum treatment linked to the old salary scale, calculated in accordance with article 56, to scale subsidies enjoyed by the staff member. No account is required to supplement treatment, or any bonus or allowance.
S. 71. staff members who received an accession of level between 1 December 2006 and the entry into force of this Act shall retain the benefit of article 27, § 2, of the royal decree 29 June 1973 on the financial status of the staff of the federal public service as it existed at the time of its repeal by the royal decree of 25 October 2013 relating to federal financial members of the staff of the public service career.
S.
72. in the event that a function would not have made the subject a weighting as referred to in article 160 of the Code of judicial procedure, the Member of staff appointed in the level has in a jurisdiction or a parquet floor in column 1 and the title mentioned in column 2, is named in the class specified in column 3 and enjoys the salary scales y Attaché , in accordance with article 367bis of the Judicial Code.
1 2 3 1 2 3 Hof van Cassatie, hoven van beroep, arbeidshoven, rechtbanken van eerste aanleg, arbeidsrechtbanken, rechtbanken van koophandel, vredegerechten in politierechtbank van het arrondissement Hoofdgriffier A3 Court of cassation, appeal courts, course work, courts of first instance, labour courts, courts of commerce, justices of the peace and police of the Chief Clerk district courts A3 Parket van het Hof van Cassatie , parket van het hof van beroep, parketten van het arbeidshof, federaal parket, parket van of Attorney of Konings in parket van arbeidsauditeur Hoofdsecretaris A3 Parquet Court of cassation, public prosecutor of the Court of appeal, Prosecutor of the Court of labour, federal prosecution, Prosecutor of the Prosecutor of the King and parquet from the auditor of Labour Secretary Chief A3 Politierechtbanken in vredegerechten Hoofdgriffier A2 courts police and justices of peace Clerk Chief A2 Hof van Cassatie , hoven van beroep, arbeidshoven, rechtbanken van eerste aanleg, arbeidsrechtbanken, rechtbanken van koophandel, vredegerechten in politierechtbank van het arrondissement Griffier-hoofd van dienst A2 Supreme Court, courts of appeal, labour courts, courts of first instance, labour courts, commercial courts and justices of the peace and police courts of the borough clerk-head of Department A2 Parket van het Hof van Cassatie, parket van het hof van beroep , parketten van het arbeidshof, federaal parket, parket van of Attorney of Konings in parket van arbeidsauditeur Secretaris-hoofd van dienst A2 Parquet Court of cassation, public prosecutor of the Court of appeal, Prosecutor of the Court of labour, federal prosecution, parquet of the Procurator of the King and parquet from the auditor of Labour Secretary-head of Department A2 Politierechtbanken Griffier-hoofd van dienst A1 police courts Clerk-Chief of service A1 Hoven in rechtbanken Referendaris A1 courts referendum A1 Parketten bij de Hoven rechtbanken Parketjurist A1 flooring the courts and tribunals parquet A1 s. lawyer 73. until the entry into force of article 24 the law of February 18, 2014. on the introduction of autonomous management for judicial organization, the management plan referred to in article 185/6 of the Judicial Code is replaced by the management plan of the head of body referred to in article 259quater, § 2, paragraph 3, d, of the Code for the purposes of article 287ter/1, § 5, of the same Code.
CHAPTER 6. -Entry into force art. 74. this Act comes into force on July 1, 2014, with the exception of articles 39 and 40 which come into force on April 1, 2014.
Promulgate this Act, order that it be under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given to Brussels, April 10, 2014.
PHILIPPE by the King: the Minister of Justice, Ms. A. TURTELBOOM sealed with the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Ms. A. TURTELBOOM _ Note (1) House of representatives (www.lachambre.be): Documents: complete record 53-3404: March 20, 2014 Senate (www.senat.be): Documents: 5-2770 annals of the Senate: April 3, 2014.

Annex 1st Oude weddeschalen old scales processing Kolom 1 Kolom 2 Kolom 3 column 1 column 2 column 3 D1 12,950, 94 - 14.131, 82 3/1 x 110,90 10/2 x 59.34 2/2 x 127.39 D1 12,950, 94 - 14.131, 82 3/1 x 110,90 10/2 x 59.34 2/2 x 127.39 D2 12.951, 56 - 16.938, 06 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 194.67 8/2 x 324,11 D2 12.951, 56 - 16.938, 06 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 194.67 8/2 x 324,11 D3 13.895, 94 - 18.176, 11 3/1 x 140,09
5/2 x 213.5 8/2 x 349.05 D3 13.895, 94 - 18.176, 11 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 213.5 8/2 x 349.05 D4 14.400, 00 - 19.582, 48 3/1 x 218,66 4/2 x 259 10/2 x 349.05 D4 14.400, 00 - 19.582, 48 3/1 x 218,66 4/2 x 259 10/2 x 349.05 D5 15.400, 00 - 20.582, 48 3/1 x 218,66 4/2 x 259 10/2 x 349.05 D5 15.400, 00 - 20.582, 48 3/1 x 218,66 4/2 x 259 10/2 x 349.05 C1 14.273, 70 - 22.648, 02 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 11/2 x 623,61 C1 14.273, 70 - 22.648, 02 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 11/2 x 623,61 C2 15.905, 00 - 24.457, 38 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 9/2 x 623,61 C2 15.905, 00 - 24.457, 38 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 9/2 x 623,61 C3 17.990, 45 - 27.166, 44 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 10/2 x 623,61 C3 17.990, 45 - 27.166, 44 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 10/2 x 623,61 B1 16.804, 00 - 25.218, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 B1 16.804, 00 - 25.218, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 B2 18.663, 00 - 30.884, 00 3/1 x 620 x 793 7/2 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 B2 18.663, 00 - 30.884, 00 3/1 x 620 x 793 7/2 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 B3 20.903, 00 - 33.124, 00 3/1 x 620 7/2 x 793 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 B3 20.903, 00 - 33.124, 00 3/1 x 620 7/2 x 793 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 BA1 16.804, 00 - 25.218, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BA1 16.804, 00 - 25.218, 00 3/1 x 253
1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BA2 18.663, 00 - 30.884, 00 3/1 x 620 7/2 x 793 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 BA2 18.663, 00 - 30.884, 00 3/1 x 620 7/2 x 793 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 BA3 20.903, 00 - 33.124, 00 3/1 x 620 x 793 7/2 3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 BA3 20.903, 00 - 33.124, 00 3/1 x 620 7/2 x 793
3/2 x 918 4/2 x 514 BI1 17.274, 00 - 25.688, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 x 391 1/2 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BI1 17.274, 00 - 25.688, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 x 391 1/2 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BI2 21.731, 00 - 32.396, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 8/2 x 744 BI2 21.731, 00 - 32.396, 00 372 2 x 3/1. 2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 x 744 BI3 24.531 8/2, 00 - 35.196, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2

x 992 8/2 x 744 BI3 24.531, 00 - 35.196, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 x 744 BJ1 17.274 8/2, 00 - 25.688, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BJ1 17.274, 00 - 25.688, 00 3/1 x 253 1/2 x 293 1/2 x 391 2/2 x 673 9/2 x 625 BJ2 21.731, 00 - 32.396, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293
3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 8/2 x 744 BJ2 21.731, 00 - 32.396, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 8/2 x 744 BJ3 24.531, 00 - 35.196, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 8/2 x 744 BJ3 24.531, 00 - 35.196, 00 3/1 x 372 2/2 x 293 3/2 x 673 1/2 x 992 x 744 A11 21.880 8/2, 00 - 33.895, 00 27/1 x 445
 
 A11 21.880,00-33.895,00 27/1 x 445
A12 23.880,00-35.895,00
27/1 x 445
 
 A12 23.880,00-35.895,00 27/1 x 445
A21 25.880,00-38.360,00
26/1 x 480
 
 A21 25.880,00-38.360,00 26/1 x 480
A22 28.880,00-41.360,00
26/1 x 480
 
 A22 28.880,00-41.360,00 26/1 x 480
A23 31.880,00-44.360,00
26/1 x 480
 
 A23 31.880,00-44.360,00 26/1 x 480
A31 32.380,00-44.860,00
24/1 x 520
 
 A31 32.380,00-44.860,00 24/1 x 520
A32 35.880,00-48.360,00
24/1 x 520
 
 A32 35.880,00-48.360,00 24/1 x 520
A33 38.880,00-51.360,00
24/1 x 520
 
 A33 38.880,00-51.360,00 24/1 x 520
A41 39.570,00-52.990,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A41 39.570,00-52.990,00 22/1 x 610
A42 42.570,00-55.990,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A42 42.570,00-55.990,00 22/1 x 610
A43 45.570,00-58.990,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A43 45.570,00-58.990,00 22/1 x 610
A51 47.360,00-60.780,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A51 47.360,00-60.780,00 22/1 x 610
A52 50.360,00-63.780,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A52 50.360,00-63.780,00 22/1 x 610
A53 53.360,00-66.780,00
22/1 x 610
 
 A53 53.360,00-66.780,00 22/1 x 610 annex 2 Oude specifieke weddeschalen old specific salary scales Kolom 1 Kolom 2 Kolom 3 column 1 column 2 column 3 40A 12.246, 70 - 13.404, 34 3/1 x 108,72 10/2 x 58.17 2/2 x 124,89 40 A 12.246, 70 - 13.404, 34 3/1 x 108,72 10/2 x 58.17 2/2 x 124,89 40 B 12.334, 26 - 14.025, 66 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 58.17 10/2 x 124,89 40 B 12.334, 26 - 14.025, 66 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 58.17 10/2 x 124,89
B 42, 12.495, 17 - 14.551, 57 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 108,72 10/2 x 151,28 B 42, 12.495, 17 - 14.551, 57 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 108,72 10/2 x 151,28 42 c 13.004, 89 - 15.249, 61 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28 10/2 x 161.60 13.004, 89 - 42 c 15.249, 61 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28 10/2 x 161,60 42nd 14.277, 92 - 16.522, 64 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28 10/2 x 161,60 42nd 14.277, 92 - 16.522, 64 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28
10/2 x 161.60 44/1 13.661, 98 - 15.906, 70 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28 10/2 x 161.60 44/1 13.661, 98 - 15.906, 70 3/1 x 108,72 2/2 x 151,28 10/2 x 161.60 13.004, 89 - 30 17.190, 91 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 194.67 8/2 x 349.05 30 d 13.004, 89 - 17.190, 91 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 194.67 8/2 x 349,05 30th 13,190, 84 - 17.509, 86 3/1 x 140,09 5/2 x 221,27 8/2 x 349,05 30th 13,190, 84 - 17.509, 86 3/1 x 140,09 5. 2 x 221,27 8/2 x 349.05 14,558, 01 - 20 c 22.932, 33 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 11/2 x 623,61 20 c 14,558, 01 - 22.932, 33 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 11/2 x 623,61 23/2 16.984, 83 - 25,537, 21 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 9/2 x 623,61 23/2 16.984, 83 - 25,537, 21 3/1 x 267.31 2/2 x 356.34 2/2 x 712.64 9/2 x 623,61 26 H 17.728, 11 - 26.802, 64 3/1 x 252,18 1/2 x 292.59 1/2 x 390,04 3/2 x 672,31 9/2 x 624,27 26H 17.728, 11 - 26.802, 64 3/1 x 252,18 1/2 x 292.59 1/2 x 390,04 3/2 x 672,31 9/2 x 624,27 28 G 21.078, 61 - 30.176, 92 3/1 x 292.59 2/2 x 292.59 3/2 x 672,31 9/2 x 624,27 28 G 21.078, 61 - 30.176, 92 3/1 x 292.59 2/2 x 292.59 3/2 x 672,31 9/2 x 624,27 10 A 20.705, 34 - 32.165, 25 3/1 x 624,27 10/2 x 958,71
 
 10A 20.705,34-32.165,25 3/1 x 624,27
10/2 x
958,71
10B 22.497,86-34.916,48 3/1 x 624,27
11/2 x 958,71
 
 10B
22.497,86-34.916,48 3/1 x 624,27
11/2 x 958,71
10C 25.507,15-37.925,77
3/1 x 624,27
11/2 x 958,71
 
 10C 25.507,15-37.925,77 3/1 x 624,27
11/2
x 958,71
13A 27.923,80-42.638,83 11/2 x 1.337,73
 
 13A 27.923,80-42.638,83
11/2 x 1.337,73
13B 30.715,07-49.443,29 11/2 x 1.337,73
 
 13B 30.715,07-49.443,29
11/2 x 1.337,73
15A 39.122,44-53.984,76 11/2 x 1.351,12
 
 15A 39.122,44-53.984,76
11/2 x 1.351,12
1922 37.694,74-50.327,91 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x
1.114,69
 
 1922 37.694,74-50.327,91 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1923
27.513,62-40.146,79 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
 
 1923 27.513,62-40.146,79
5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1924 35.465,30-48.098,47 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3
x 1.114,69
 
 1924 35.465,30-48.098,47 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1925
25.358,51-37.991,68 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
 
 1925 25.358,51-37.991,68
5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1926 33.681,72-46.314,89 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3
x 1.114,69
 
 1926 33.681,72-46.314,89 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1927
29.371,48-42.004,65 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
 
 1927 29.371,48-42.004,65
5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
1928 20.453,72-33.086,89 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3
x 1.114,69
 
 1928 20.453,72-33.086,89 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
2914
17.927,00-30.560,17 5/3 x 1.857,82
3/3 x 1.114,69
 
 2914 17.927,00-30.560,17
5/3 x 1.857,82 3/3 x 1.114,69 2915 17.258, 24 - 29,891, 41 5/3 x 1.857,82 3/3 x 1.114,69 2915 17.258, 24 - 29,891, 41 5/3 x 1.857,82 3/3 x 1.114,69 annex 3 table 1 table 1 GRAAD of Eerste KLASSE schaal-bonificatie Schaal-bonificatie GRADE or class first bonus of scale scale 1000 1000 1000 1000 medewerker keuken collaborator medewerker bonus / schoonmaak 800 200 collaborator cooking / cleaning 800 200 assistent 1700 1700 Wizard 1700 1700 ICT-deskundige 2500 2500 expert ICT 2500 2500 administratief deskundige 2000 2000 expert administrative 2000 2000 deskundige 2000 2000 expert 2000 2000 griffier 2000 2000 clerk 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 klasse A1 3000 3000 Secretary secretaris class A1 3000 3000 klasse A2 3000 3000 class A2 3000 3000 klasse A3 3000 3000 class A3 3000 3000 klasse A4 2000 3000 class A4 2000 3000 klasse A5 2000 3000 class A5 2000 3000 Tabel 2 table 2 GRAAD of Eerste KLASSE schaal - bonificatie Schaal-bonificatie GRADE or class first bonus scale scale medewerker 400 800 collaborator 400 800 bonus medewerker keuken / schoonmaak 200 200 collaborator cooking / cleaning 200 200 assist 500 1000 500 1000 assistant ICT-deskundige 500 1000 expert ICT 500 1000 500 1000 deskundige administratief expert administrative 500 1000 deskundige 500 1000 expert 500 1000 griffier 500 1000 clerk 500 1000 500 1000 500 1000 klasse A1 800 3000 Secretary secretaris class A1 800 3000 klasse A2 800 1800 class A2 800 1800 klasse A3 800 1800 class A3 800 1800 klasse A4 800 1000 class A4 800 1000 klasse A5 800 1000 class A5 800 1000