Law of 20 June 1996 supplementing the General Administrative Law Act (Third tranche General Law governing administrative law)
We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.
All of them, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:
In particular, we have taken into consideration the fact that in order to further develop Article 107, second paragraph, of the Constitution , desired is the General administrative law supplementing with provisions on mandate and delegation, on the supervision of administrative bodies, on subsidies, on policy rules and on enforcement;
In this way, we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-regarded and understood to be right and to be understood by the following:
1 If a decision before the entry into force of this Act has been sent for approval, the terms of application shall continue to be adopted on the day on which the decision has been sent for approval.
2 If a decision for the entry into force of this Act has been suspended, the suspension shall continue to apply to those applicable on the day of publication of the decision to suspend.
1 Title 4.2 of the General Administrative Law Act does not apply to subsidies granted or established before the entry into force of this Act. These grants shall be subject to the duty applicable at the time of entry into force of this Act.
2 Article 4:23, 1st paragraph, of the General Law governing law shall not be subject, for a period of four years after the entry into force of this Act, to any subsidies similar to those provided by the administrative body concerned prior to the entry into force of this Law in accordance with published policy.
3 With regard to grants as referred to in the second paragraph, this may be Title 4.2 of the General Administrative Law by law, or be determined by law, as a policy rule.
4 In Article 4:23, 4th paragraph, of the General Law governing the administrative law The report shall cover subsidies granted under the second paragraph.
1 If a decision to apply administrative coercion before the entry into force of this Act has been disclosed, the application of coercion in respect of the offence referred to in that decision shall remain subject to the provisions applicable to the enforcement of the law. on the day on which the decision was published.
2 Where a decision to impose a charge of periodic penalty payment before the entry into force of this Act has been published, the provisions shall continue to apply which shall apply on the day on which the decision was published.
The person who, in accordance with the law applicable before the date of entry into force of this Law, was competent to take a decision or to take a different act, which is the right to act after that date as a result of that law, Adaptation Act third tranche Awb I whether the Amendment Act Third tranche Awb II could no longer be exercised by him, still retains this privilege until in accordance with this Act, the Adaptation Act third tranche Awb I the Adaptation Act third tranche of Awb II has been authorised, but not more than 13 weeks from the date of entry into force of this Act.
1 The articles of that law shall enter into force on a date to be determined by royal decree, which may be determined differently for the various articles or parts of such articles.
2 The date of adoption of a Royal Decree may be the same as the date of application of this Law for the purposes of applying:
a. the Basic education law ;
b. the Law on secondary education ;
g. the RIP Act ;
h. the Law for the 2000 financial year ;
i. the Study Costs Concession Act;
j. the Lesson and course money law ;
k. the Law Independence of Information Bank ;
l. de Compulsory education 1969 .
3 By Royal Decree, a different time can be fixed to which Title 4.2 of this Law will enter into force for the purposes of application of the Media law .
Burdens and orders that are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and officials who so concern will keep their hands on the precise execution.
Issued in Gravenhage, 20 June 1996
The Minister of Justice,
The Secretary of State for Internal Affairs,
J. KohnstammPublished on 4 July 1996
The Minister of Justice,