Fisheries Act 1963

Original Language Title: Visserijwet 1963

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Act of 30 May 1963, laying down new rules on fishing

We JULIANA, 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 this regard, we have taken the view that it is desirable to adapt the legislation in the fisheries sector to the changed circumstances;

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:

Chapter I. General provisions

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§ 1. Definitions

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Article 1

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  • 1 For the purposes of or pursuant to this Act, the following definitions shall apply:

    • a. "Our Minister": Our Minister for Economic Affairs;

    • b. "The Chamber": the Chamber of Inland Fishing intended Article 45 ;

    • (c) "the right-holder" means the right to fish from the right to fish, in addition to the holder of a written consent, as referred to in Article 3 (1). Article 7, second paragraph , or from a written consent, as intended Article 21, second paragraph .

  • 2 For the purpose of or pursuant to this Act, 'fish' shall mean:

    • a. Fishing of the species and parts of the fish designated by Our Minister;

    • b. crustaceans and shellfish of the species designated by Our Minister, and parts of these animals, and sea or sea fish or coral moss;

    • c. roe and broth of the bottom A Intended fish;

    • d. broth and seed of the B Crustaceans and shellfish.

  • 3 For the purpose of or pursuant to this Act, "fish" shall mean:

    • (a) the placing on the water, the water, the lamps or the collection of gear, and any other means of obtaining fish from the water;

    • b. The deporting and sowing of fish as referred to in the second paragraph.

  • 4 For the purposes of or pursuant to this Act, the following definitions shall apply:

    • (a) "fishing zone" means the zone established by the Control of fishing zone ;

    • (b) "sea fishing" means fishing in the sea, including fishing in the fishing zone and in adjacent waters designated as sea area in adjacent fishing zones;

    • c. "Coastal fishing" means fishing in the waters designated as coastal waters by general management of the measure;

    • d. "Inland fishing" means fishing in the other waters of the Netherlands.

  • 5 For the purposes of or under this law, the following definitions shall apply:

    'fishing rod' means the gear consisting of a roede-whether or not fitted with a winding-up-a line or cord, whether or not fitted with one or more dice-and not more than three one-, two-or three-line hooks;

    'Peur' means the gear, consisting of a line or cord, whether or not connected to a rod, without any hook or hooks to which a quantity of worms has been attached.

  • 6 The designation referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out by means of a ministerial arrangement.


§ 2. The cooperation of corporate bodies [ Expired by 01-01-2015]

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Article 2 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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§ 3. Minimum sizes, closed times, welfare rules and other measures in the interests of fisheries

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Article 2a

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  • 1 It is prohibited to import, to transport, to transport, offer for sale, supply, supply, supply or sale of fish of a smaller size than in the case of or under a general measure of management for that fish species. edit or process.

  • 2 It shall be prohibited to fish for a period to be determined by or pursuant to a general measure of management which may vary, exist or have in stock for different species of fish, to be imported, to be transported, to be purchased for sale. provide, dispose of, deliver, edit, or process.

  • 3 [ Red: Expated.]

  • 4 The provisions of the first and second paragraphs shall not apply in cases to be determined by or pursuant to the general measures of management laid down therein.


Article 2b

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  • 1 Our Minister is responsible for the prevention of, or control of, the fish, to regulate the fishing industry.

  • 2 [ Red: Expated.]

  • 3 For the purposes of paragraph 1, fish shall include fish, crustaceans and molluscs other than those laid down in accordance with the provisions of the Article 1, second paragraph , designated species.


Article 2c

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  • 1 It is prohibited to intoxicate, injure or kill fish with means to be indicated by ministerial order.

  • 2 [ Red: Expated.]

  • 3 Our Minister may waive the prohibition laid down in the first paragraph. Such waiver may be subject to restrictions. It may attach regulations to such a derogation.

Chapter II. Registration of fishing vessels

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Article 3

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The rules governing the recording and use of letters and numbers by fishing vessels used for the purposes of sea fishing, coastal fishing, fishing and fishing shall be governed by, or pursuant to general measures of management, by means of a general measure of management. the waters of the IJsselmeer and other waters to be designated by that general measure of management.

Chapter IIA. Compliance with international obligations

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Article 3a

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  • 1 In the case of or under general management measures, obligations or powers conferred on the basis of international agreements or decisions of international organisations may be set out in the importance of fishing.

  • 2 In the case of, or pursuant to, a general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1, rules may be laid down for the purpose of complying with the rules referred to therein.

  • 3 The rules referred to in paragraph 2 may include the imposition of an obligation on those who involve the fish of a leader and those who provide their services in the auction of fish to carry out an administration and to the make an indication to an authority designated by those rules of the quantities of fish offered by them to them for sale by a member of the charge.

Chapter III. Sea fishing

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Article 4

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  • 1 In the interests of fishing in the waters specified in: Article 1, fourth paragraph, point (b) , may be set up by or pursuant to general management measures, which may provide for the maintenance or extension of stocks in those waters to a limitation of fishing capacity. The interests of nature protection may also be taken into account when setting such rules.

  • 2 In the case of, or pursuant to, a general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1, rules may be laid down for the purpose of complying with the rules referred to therein.

  • 3 The rules referred to in paragraph 2 may include the imposition of an obligation on them, involving fish belonging to a leader and giving them the opportunity of conciliation when auctioning the fish into an administration, and to the make an indication to an authority designated by those rules of the quantities of fish offered by them to them for sale by a member of the charge.

  • 4 A measure adopted pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be submitted to both Chambers of the States, if it lays down rules relating to limitation of fishing capacity. The measure may enter into force after a period of 30 days from the date of its presentation, unless, within that period, by at least one-fifth of the constitutional number of one of the Chambers of the Board of Appeal wishes to make it known that it is in the measure to be The subject of the law will be regulated. If such a wish is expressed, we must present a legislative proposal as soon as possible.

  • 5 Our Minister may, if he intends to make a proposal for the adoption, amendment or withdrawal of a measure referred to in paragraph 4 and, in his opinion, give immediate effect to the operation of the measure in question. shall require, in accordance with the measures envisaged, to put an end to the rules laid down in the existing act. The second and third paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 6 An arrangement under paragraph 5 shall remain in force subject to previous withdrawal until the measure referred to in paragraph 4 is brought into effect, but not later than eight months after the entry into force of the scheme. In the event that, under the provisions of the fourth paragraph, the subject to be regulated by the measure is regulated by law, the legislation shall remain in force until the law enters into force until the proposal of the law is repealed or one of the following is to be repealed. both chambers shall decide on non-adoption of this Decision.


Article 5

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  • 1 It shall be prohibited to fish with foreign vessels fishing in the waters situated within the fishing zone.

  • 2 The prohibition shall not apply if and in so far as it is determined by a general measure of management or is a result of international agreements or decisions of international organisations.

Chapter IV. Coastal fishing

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Article 6 [ Expired by 01-03-1995]

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Article 7

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  • 2 The prohibition of the first paragraph shall not apply:

    • (a) for him, who shall have written permission from the rightholder, in force in the case of the fishing industry;

    • b. for him, who shall assist the rightholder on the fishing right or the holder of the written consent in fishing with a fishing gear, which cannot be served by a single person;

    • (c) where and to the extent that the State is entitled to the right to the right of fishing, except in cases where the general measure of management has been determined;

    • d. for him, who fishes with up to two fishing rods.


Article 8

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  • 1 For the validity of a written consent, as intended in Article 7 The name, first letter and place of residence of the holder, the date of birth of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name of the holder, the name the water and fishing, for which it is valid, the day drawing and the period of validity.

  • 2 The period of validity of a written consent shall, in any event, terminate after three years from the date of the written consent of the written consent.


Article 9

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  • 1 In the interests of fishing in the waters specified in: Article 1, fourth paragraph, point C , may be set up by or pursuant to general management measures, which may provide for the maintenance or extension of stocks in those waters to a limitation of fishing capacity.

  • 2 When setting rules as referred to in paragraph 1, account shall be taken of the interests of nature protection.

  • 3 In the case of, or pursuant to, a general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1, rules may be laid down for the purpose of complying with the rules referred to therein.

  • 4 The rules referred to in paragraph 3 may include the imposition of an obligation to involve them, who involve the fish of a leader and who provide them with the use of fish for the auctioning of a fish to carry an administration and to the make an indication to an authority designated by those rules of the quantities of fish offered by them to them for sale by a member of the charge.

  • 5 The nomination, amendment or revocation of a general measure of directors as referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be made to us, than after our Minister has taken the judgment of Our Minister for that purpose. Organisations of sport fishermen have held consultations.

  • 6 A measure adopted pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be submitted to both Chambers of the States, if it lays down rules relating to limitation of fishing capacity. The measure may enter into force after a period of 30 days from the date of its presentation, unless, within that period, by at least one-fifth of the constitutional number of one of the Chambers of the Board of Appeal wishes to make it known that it is in the measure to be The subject of the law will be regulated. If such a wish is expressed, we must present a legislative proposal as soon as possible.

  • 7 The Minister may, if he intends to propose, amend or withdraw a measure as referred to in paragraph 6 and, in his opinion, give immediate effect to the proper functioning of the measure in question. shall require, in accordance with the measures envisaged, to put an end to the rules laid down in the existing act. The second and third paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 8 Any arrangement under paragraph 7 shall remain in force until the measure referred to in paragraph 6 of this Article takes effect, unless the measure referred to in paragraph 6 comes into force, but no later than eight months after the entry into force of the arrangement. In the event that, under the provisions of the sixth paragraph, the subject to be regulated by the measure is governed by the law, the legislation shall remain in force until the law enters into force until the proposal of the law is repealed or one of the following is to be repealed. both chambers shall decide on non-adoption of this Decision.

Chapter V. Inland fishing

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Section I

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§ 1. Visact [ Drop by 01-01-2013]

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Article 10 [ Expired per 01-01-2013]

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Article 11 [ Expired on 01-03-1995]

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Article 12 [ Exchanges per 26-07-1995]

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Article 13 [ Expaed by 01-03-1995]

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Article 14 [ Expaed by 01-03-1995]

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Article 15 [ Expaed by 01-06-1985]

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§ 3. Measures in the interests of fisheries

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Article 16

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, fishing activities in the waters referred to in Article 1 (2), Article 1 (d) (d) , the following rules shall be provided:

    • (a) in the interests of fishing in such waters, including efficiency; or

    • (b) for the prevention of damage to public health when the fish in those waters are consumed as a result of the use of certain methods of utilisation or location.

  • 2 In the case of the setting of rules referred to in paragraph 1, account shall be taken of:

    • a. The interests of nature protection; and

    • (b) the influence of the use of certain methods of use or location on the welfare of fish found in the waters referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 In the case of, or under a measure referred to in paragraph 1, rules may be laid down for the purpose of complying with the rules referred to in that paragraph.


Article 17

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  • 1 It is forbidden in a water as intended in Article 1, fourth paragraph, point (d) In the case of the right of fish to be removed from the right of the rightholder, without being in possession of a written consent of the rightholder.

  • 2 For the purposes of the first paragraph, fish, crustaceans and husk, broth and seed of fish and shellfish shall be included in fish not under the conditions laid down in this Article. Article 1, second paragraph -It's been designated.

  • 3 A written consent as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be clearly legible and written in undeleted characters and shall indicate at least: the name, the initials and the place of residence of the rightholder on the fishing right and of the holder, the name of the holder; the date of birth of the holder, the description of the water, the species and the period, for which she is valid and the date of the day's drawing.


Article 18 [ Expaed by 01-06-1985]

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Article 19 [ Expaed by 01-06-1985]

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Article 20 [ Expaed by 01-06-1985]

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§ 4. Written consents for fishing in waters in which the inland fishing is carried

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Article 21

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  • 1 Except as regards deporting fish, it shall be prohibited in a water as intended for Article 1 (d) (d) , to be fishing, to the extent that another rightholder is on the fish's right of that water.

  • 2 The prohibition in paragraph 1 shall not apply:

    • (a) for him, who shall have written permission from the rightholder, in force in the case of the fishing industry;

    • b. for him assisting the rightholder on the fishing right or the holder of the written consent when fishing with a fishing gear, which cannot be served by a single person;

    • c. For fishing with a fishing rod by persons under fourteen years of age who are fishing under the supervision of an adult who is provided with the written consent provided for in subparagraph (a), or who fish under a fishing permit provided for by the relevant rightholder on the fishing right organised event;

    • d. Fishing in a fishing water located within a closed yard, which does not have a fish-crossing connection with other waters or in a fish farm, which complies with the rules of the Minister to be prepared by Our Minister.


Article 22

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  • 1 Written consents, as intended Article 21 , may only be granted with the approval of the Chamber.

  • 2 If an effective fishing of the water covered by the application for approval or of the water complex to which it belongs, the intended distribution of the water would be used as a result of the intended distribution of written consents. the Court of Auditors shall reject the application or undertakes to comply with the conditions of approval, subject to the fact that those rules may concern only the number of written consents which may be awarded to the Court of the European Union not more than the maximum number of letters type of gear, for use of which only written approval may be used shall be granted and the period of validity of the written consents.

  • 3. The Court may lay down rules for the approval of the interests of third parties involved in the proposed award.

  • 4 The Court may limit the validity of the approval to a period to be determined by it.

  • 5 The Court may attach to the approval provisions relating to fees to be calculated for the enjoyment of written consents.

  • 6 The provisions of the first paragraph shall not apply in respect of:

    • a. provision of written consents for fishing with one or more fishing rods, or for one or more peHours;

    • b. the provision of written consents for fishing in the IJsselmeer and other waters or complexes of waters to be designated by ministerial arrangement;

    • c. the provision of written consents by an on-the-ground Article 35 public body designated by Our Minister.


Article 23

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  • 1 For the validity of a written consent is required:

    • (a) indicating, in a clearly legible and unerased form, the name, the initials and the place of residence of the rightholder on the fishing right and of the holder, the date of birth of the holder, the description of the water and the fishing for which it is valid, the period of validity, the period of validity and the allowance for the enjoyment of written consent;

    • b. that the document, upon which the written consent was made, has been authenticated by or because of the Chamber.

  • 2 The provisions of paragraph 1, introductory wording and point (b) shall not apply:

    • a. in the case of written consents, by virtue of the provisions of Article 22 (6) , without the approval of the Chamber, may be granted;

    • b. for written consents issued by public bodies.

  • 3 The marking referred to in paragraph 1 shall be refused only:

    • (a) if it has not been approved for the purposes of the award of a written consent or the period until which the validity of the approval has been limited, has elapsed;

    • b. if the granting of the written approval is contrary to the requirements attached to the approval;

    • (c) if one or more of the particulars referred to in paragraph 1 (a), with the exception of the information relating to the holder and the day of the day of written approval, are missing.

  • 4 The period of validity of a written consent shall in any case cease to be valid after three years after the written consent has been made to the day.

  • 5 The first paragraph, part a, shall not apply to fishing with one or more of the fishing rods in writing in writing to the extent that the person who has granted the written consent shall make the information available in that paragraph electronically available. He/she has asked and the holder is able to display the information so made available on the basis of the first claim of an investigation officer.


§ 5. Renting and renting of fishing rights

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Article 24

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The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to fishing in the IJsselmeer, in waters as referred to in Article 21, second paragraph Ed and, in other waters or complexes of waters to be designated by ministerial arrangement.


Article 25

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  • 1 Any agreement on the rental and rental of the fishing right of any water, nor any agreement amending or supplementing such a contract, shall be entered into in writing.

  • (2) If the agreement has not been entered into in writing, the most well-informed party may, in the court of the district court of the district in which the fishing water or the majority thereof is situated, require the written commitment to be made in writing.

  • 3 No appeal shall be opened against the judgment of the cantonal court.

  • 4 The Registrar of the Court shall send three certified copies of the judgment to the Chamber within a period of 14 days following the ruling, in writing.


Article 26

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  • 1 Agreements, as provided for in the previous Article, including those laid down in writing in writing under the second paragraph of that Article, shall require the approval of the Chamber.

  • 2 The provisions of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to agreements entered into by an agreement on the ground of Article 35 public body designated by Our Minister.


Article 27

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It shall be prohibited to apply fishing rights in the water, of which he has rented a fishing duty, without having been provided with a written agreement for the rental and lease of that fee in cases where, as a result of this, he is not entitled to any fishing rights. This law is subject to approval, approved by the Chamber.


Article 28

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  • 1 The contract of rental and rental of fishing duty applies to the time of six years.

  • 2 A tenancy agreement may be entered into in special circumstances for a longer or shorter duration, provided that a certain date of termination has been fixed.


Article 29

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  • 1 The Chamber shall approve the Agreement of Rent and Rental of Fish Duty, unless:

    • a. effective fishing of the water to which the agreement relates or of the water complex to which such water belongs would be impeded by the agreement;

    • b. the agreement conflicts with the provisions of a ministerial arrangement, as intended in Article 35 ;

    • c. the performance, to which the parties have committed themselves manifested to be disproportionately disproportionate;

    • (d) the contract has been entered into for an indefinite period or has been entered into for a shorter period or shorter duration than six years without any special circumstances justifying it.

  • 2 The Court of Auditors may lay down rules for the approval of the interests of third parties in the exercise of the right of fishing.

  • 3 For the validity of provisions, which are contrary to the law, no appeal may be made by the Chamber to the approval of the agreement.

  • 4 The provisions of the preceding paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis to the agreement amending or supplementing a contract for the rental and rental of fishing rights.


Article 30

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  • 1 If the Chamber is to withhold its approval of a contract of hire and rental of fishing right or to an agreement amending or supplementing such an agreement, it shall amend the agreement on the point or points, which shall be link with the provisions of the Article 29, first paragraph , the approval shall not prevent or declare the approval of the approval.

    It must appear from a note entered by the Chamber to the Agreement that the Agreement has been amended by the Chamber.

  • 2 The agreement amended by the Chamber is considered to be a agreement entered into and approved between the parties. In the event of a change, and in the event of a declaration of invalidity, the Chamber shall, if necessary, arrange the


Article 31

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  • 1 Those who intend to enter into a contract for the rental and lease of a fishing right or an agreement to amend or supplement such an agreement shall be empowered to enter into a draft agreement for approval to the Court of Justice. send.

  • 2 The Court assesses the draft agreement with the application of Article 29, first paragraph ; it may make its approval subject to changes which it considers necessary in relation to the provisions of that Article.

  • 3 If within two months, after the Chamber has approved a draft agreement, an agreement equal to the draft agreement, as it was approved, the Chamber has been held to approve.

  • 4 The request for approval of the draft agreement for the rental and rental of fishing rights cannot be decided after the person referred to therein as a tenant has been admitted to the fishing water as such.


Article 32

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  • 1 It is prohibited to use or to take any other advantage in relation to a contract of rental and rental of fishing duty than is provided for in the agreement approved by the Chamber.

  • 2 If any other advantage has been adopted than is included in the agreement approved by the Chamber, the approved agreement shall retain its legal effect.


Article 33

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  • 1 A contract of rental and rental of fishing duty, as entered into for a period of six years, shall be extended by automatic means for an equal period of time, unless:

    • a. The landlord has offered to the tenant no later than eight months before the end of the current agreement a new agreement of rental and rental of fishing right or has given to him in writing the agreement of rent and rental not wish to continue the fishing duty; or

    • b. the tenant, if by the landlord has not been given application to part a, before the end of the pending contract has given to the landlord in writing the agreement of rent and rental of the fishing right not to want continue.

  • 2 Unless the agreement for the rental and rental of the fishing right has been taken for a year or a period of less than one year, the tenant may request the Chamber to extend the current agreement:

    • a. if the lessor has offered him a new agreement with which he cannot unite;

    • b. if the landlord has indicated to him not to pursue the agreement, or

    • (c) in the case of an agreement for a period of time other than six years.

    This request shall be made at least half a year before the end of the current agreement.

  • 3 A request as referred to in paragraph 2 may be limited to a part of the fishing right to which the contract relates.

  • 4 The Chamber shall decide on fairness, subject to the provisions of the following paragraphs.

  • 5 The Court shall, in any event, reject the application if the lessor does not wish to continue the contract because of the fact that the lessee before the end of the current contract is entitled to the pensionable age. Article 7a, first paragraph, of the General old-age law , has reached or will reach.

  • 6 If an efficient fishing of the water to which the agreement relates or of the water complex to which it belongs would be impeded by the allocation of the request, the Chamber shall reject the request or restrict it. the extension to part of the fishing duty.

  • 7 If and to the extent that the Chamber allocates the request, it shall determine the duration of the extension and which shall be valid for a maximum of six years.

  • 8 Where the extension is limited to a portion of the fishing duty, the Chamber shall determine the performance of the tenant.

  • 9 If the Chamber does not request an extension in accordance with the provisions of the third paragraph, it may review the performance of the lessee if it considers that it is necessary.

  • 10 If the Chamber makes the request either wholly or under restrictions, it may amend the Agreement or make it subject to its decision to cover the interests of the lessor or the interests of the Member State in the exercise of the right of fishing the fishing interests of third parties. Alsdan is Article 30, first paragraph, second sentence, and second paragraph , mutatis mutandis.


Article 34

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After the death of the tenant, the agreement with the joint heirs runs through until the end of the next year of rental, except for previous termination from others. Is the estate due to Article 13 of Book 4 of the Civil Code distributed, the agreement shall run during the period referred to in the first sentence with the spouse or registered partner of the deceased.


Article 35

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If, within any given area, the fragmentation of ownership of the land under the fishing water or of the fishing right obstructs efficient fishing of the water, our Minister, after hearing the Court, may determine, by way of a regulation, that the lease of the fishing rights shall apply to that area. water can only be done to and then by a public body, designated by Our Minister in accordance with that body.


Article 36

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  • 1 The provisions of this paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to agreements which, in the event of an achievement or in the period of time limits, have limited the rights of genotor in the case of a total of 25 years or less than for an indefinite period of time on the ground under the fish water shall be located.

    In the case of limited genotsrights for an indefinite period of time, the corresponding application of provisions of this paragraph shall be limited to 25 years after the establishment.

  • 2 The provisions applicable to the restricted national law apply only to the extent that they do not conflict with provisions of this paragraph.


§ 6. Appeal of decisions of the Court

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Article 37 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1994]

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Section II. The institution

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§ 1. The Organisation for the Improvement of Inland Fishing [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 38 [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 39 [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 40 [ Exp. by 01-06-1985]

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Article 41 [ Expaed by 01-01-2007]

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Article 42 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2007]

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Article 43 [ Expaed by 01-01-2007]

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Article 44 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2007]

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§ 2. The Chamber of Inland Fishing

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Article 45

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There is a Chamber for Inland Fishing. The Chamber has its seat in The Hague.


Article 46

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  • 1 The Chamber shall consist of a President and at least six and a maximum of nine members. It shall be assisted by a Secretary.

  • 2 An alternate chairperson may be appointed and one or more deputy secretaries be appointed.

  • The oldest member shall act as acting chairman if he is prevented from attending or absent from the chair and the alternate chairman.


Article 47

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  • 1 We shall appoint and dismiss the Chairperson, the Deputy Chairman, the Members, the Secretary and the Deputy Secretaries.

  • A third of the members are appointed on a proposal from the professional fishermen 's designated organisations and a third party on the proposal of the sportsfishermen' s organisations. The other members shall be appointed on a proposal from the organisations which we designate, which may be deemed to represent the owners of and the limited beneficiaries on the ground under the fishing water.

    Nominations shall include a double number for each member to be appointed.

  • 3 We determine the number of members, for which each of our designated organisation can submit nominations.

  • 4 Members shall be appointed for the period of five years. They shall again be eligible for appointment. On their own request, they will be able to be dismissed by us.

  • 5 Persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall be sworn in before the start of their operations.

  • 6 In reaching the age of seventy years, the President, the deputy chairman and the members shall be dismissed as from the following month.


Article 48

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  • 1 For appointment as Secretary or Deputy Secretary, the person shall be entitled:

  • 2 The degrees, doctorate or law referred to in paragraph 1 must have been obtained on the basis of passing an examination in a training in scientific education in Dutch civil law, commercial law, state law and law. criminal law.


Article 49

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the provisions of elsewhere, the President, the Deputy President, the Members, the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of State shall be dismissed:

    • a. In the event of proven incapacity due to old age, persistent body disease or due to soul disease;

    • b. When they are placed under curate.

  • 2 Without prejudice to the provisions of elsewhere specified, the persons referred to in the preceding paragraph may be dismissed:

    • a. in the case of violation of the provisions of the Articles 50 and 51 ;

    • (b) where they have been declared bankrupt in respect of them in respect of the natural persons debt restructuring scheme, they have either been granted payment of payment or are held hostage for their debts.

  • 3 When one of the circumstances arises as referred to in paragraph 2, our Minister of Justice and Our Minister of Justice shall be entitled to suspend the person concerned in the performance of his duties forthwith; the suspension may be three months. do not exceed. At this time, the General Term Act Not applicable.

  • 4 When the suspension decision is taken during the suspension referred to in paragraph 3, the suspension shall remain in force until the date on which the resignation begins.


Article 50

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  • 1 The in Article 49 Persons referred to above shall be obliged to keep secret as to what is known to them as such.

  • 2 They may neither directly nor indirectly, in any particular maintenance or conversation, engage in parties or such advisers or take any special direction, notice or writing on any matter which is pending, or of which they know or suspect that it will be brought to the Chamber.

  • 3 They must not take part in the handling of cases, in any way they are involved.


Article 51

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It's on the inside. Article 49 the persons referred to above shall be prohibited from being responsible for the consultation and defence of cases brought before the Chamber or by the Court of Appeal, or of which they know or suspect they shall be brought before the Chamber or by the Court of Appeal.


Article 52

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  • 1 The Room has:

    • a. A single division, a good work is carried out by the President;

    • (b) multiple divisions composed in such a way as to ensure neither the interests of the professional fishermen, nor the interests of sportsfishermen nor the owners of sport.

  • 2 The establishment of the Chamber, the inauguration of the President, the Deputy Chairman, the Members, the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of State, together with the composition and working methods of the Board of Management shall be replaced by a general measure of management. sections of the Chamber. Such a measure shall specify which cases are dealt with by the single unit or by the multiple departments.


Article 53

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  • 1 The President and the Secretary shall enjoy remuneration as a general measure of management.

  • 2 The alternate chairman, the members and the alternate secretaries shall enjoy a fee for travel and subsistence expenses and further allowances in accordance with general rules of management.


Article 54

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A tariff shall be fixed for the proceedings of the Court of Ministers by ministerial arrangement.

Chapter VI. Surveillance, coercion and punitive provisions

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Article 54a

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  • 1 With the supervision of compliance with or under this law, the officials appointed by the decision of Our Minister shall be responsible.

  • 2 Of a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated by the State Official Gazette.


Article 54b

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Our Minister is empowered to impose a charge under administrative constraints in order to enforce the obligations imposed by or under this law.


Article 54c [ Verfall by 01-01-2013]

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Article 55

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  • 1 Each person who pursues or engaes the fishing industry shall be obliged to claim the first action of an investigating officer:

    • (a) to allow that official to enter his vessel;

    • (b) give access to the documents required under the provisions of this Act for the pursuit of fishing, and of which inspection of the official's duty is necessary for the performance of his or her duties;

    • (c) lighting the fishing gear shown above;

    • (d) to open closed fishing vessels;

    • (e) otherwise provide the cooperation that this official needs for the performance of his duties.

  • 2 Investigation officers shall be responsible for carrying out the operations referred to in the first paragraph, parts c and d.

  • 3 Infringement of the first member shall be punished with custody not exceeding one month or a fine of the second category.

  • 4 The offences punishable by this Article shall be considered as infringements.


Article 56

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  • 1 Infringement of the provisions of, or under the conditions of, the Articles 2b , 2c and 17 , or subject to the rules, linked to permits, exemptions or written consents granted under or pursuant to those articles, shall be subject to custody of a maximum of three months or a fine of the second one. category.

  • 3 The offences set out in this article are offences.


Article 57 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2013]

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Article 58

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The Dutch penal code shall also apply to any person who is outside the Netherlands,

  • a. Within the fishing zone, the person responsible for the fishing zone is guilty of the Articles 3a , 4 and 5 criminal offences;

  • b. outside the fishing zone shall be guilty of the Article 3a criminal offences, in so far as it concerns the infringement of rules for the implementation of decisions taken by a regional fisheries organisation, adopting management and conservation measures in accordance with the provisions of 4 August 1995 in New The Convention on the Application of the provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the conservation and management of transfrontier and cross-frontier agreements and the highly migratory fish stocks.


Article 59

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With the detection of the facts, punishable by the Article 55, second paragraph , 56 and 61, third member , are, except the at Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure Persons designated, responsible for civil servants of the tax administration, responsible for customs and the officials designated by our Minister.


Article 60

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The Article 59 Officials referred to shall have access to any place, to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties. If necessary, they shall provide access by means of the strong arm.


Article 61

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  • 1 The officials of the APB are responsible for the task of claiming that the directors of means of transport, with the exception of means of transport, do not stop and carry out investigations of the means of transport and of the means of transport thereof. inside the property. They may also require drivers to cooperate in accordance with their relevant indications.

  • 2 Our Minister is empowered to regulate, after consultation with our Minister of Justice, the manner in which progress has been made, as referred to in the previous paragraph, to be made.

  • 3 The deliberate failure to comply with a claim, as referred to in paragraph 1, shall be subject to detention with custody not exceeding one month or a fine of the second category.

  • 4 The offence of being punishable by this Article shall be considered as an infringement.


Article 62

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Even beyond the case of discovery in the act of being seized, the officers may confiscate confiscated property in any place, and in order to confiscate them, they shall be required to recover their extradition.

Chapter VII. Transitional and final provisions

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Article 63

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  • 1 Each clause, where the right of ownership of the land is separated from the ground under the water, shall be null and void.

  • 2 Where there is a fishing right to the waters of others in the entry into force of this law, it may be bought off by the latter, even if the contrary is expressly stipulated.

  • 3 Our Minister is responsible for the sale of the goods referred to in the second paragraph.

  • 4 In case of dispute over the surrender price, it shall be determined by the court of the arrondissement, in which the waters are situated, after hearing of experts.


Article 64 [ Exposition by 21-08-1998]

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Article 65 [ Exchanges by 21-08-1998]

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Article 66

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The rights and obligations arising from agreements of rental and renting of fishing rights, which are in force at the time of entry into force of this Law, shall be determined from that date, but only for the continuation, controlled by the Provisions of this Act.


Article 67 [ Expired by 21-08-1998]

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Article 68

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Contracts for the rental and rental of fishing rights in force for a specified period of time, which entered into force on 1 February 1955, and which are still in force by the entry into force of this Law, shall be valid for the duration for which they were entered into or renewed.


Article 69 [ Exchanges by 21-08-1998]

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Article 70

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The effects, which affect the death of the tenant in respect of the contract of rent and rental of fish law, are governed by the law, in force at the time of death.


Article 71 [ Exposition by 21-08-1998]

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Article 72 [ Exposition by 21-08-1998]

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Article 73 [ Exposition by 21-08-1998]

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Article 74

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  • 1 In the case of or under general management measures, amounts due in respect of the documents to be issued pursuant to this Law shall be determined as well as in respect of the amounts to be paid under the law. Articles 3a , 4 , 5 , 9 or 16 statutory audits, operations or investigations.

  • 2 The amounts referred to in paragraph 1 shall be determined in such a way that the estimated benefits do not exceed the estimated costs directly related to the work for which the tariff is imposed, without prejudice to the relevant information on the amount of the costs, a Community measure.


Article 75

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  • 2 The archive documents may, in so far as they have not been transferred to a national archives store, be temporarily made available to a legal person to be referred to by Our Minister.

  • 3 Our Minister shall determine the period of time for which the archimedocuments referred to in paragraph 2 are made available to the legal person.

  • 4 The legal person shall report annually to our Minister on the management of the archive documents made available to them. The articles in the articles 25a and Letter No 25b of the Archives Act 1995 the supervision of the management referred to in the second paragraph of this Article shall continue to be subject to the supervision of the management.

  • 5 Our Minister shall be entitled at any time to have access to the made available archive documents or to recover copies of or extracts from them, or from them.

  • 6 The costs of managing the archives made available under the second paragraph shall be borne by the legal person referred to in that paragraph.

  • 7 The transfer of the documents from the archives provided for in paragraph 1 to a national archives store shall be carried out by Our Minister, with due regard to the Articles 12 and 13 of the Archives Act 1995 .


Article 76 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2013]

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Article 77 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2013]

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Article 78 [ Expaed by 01-01-2013]

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Article 79

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This law will enter into force on a time to be determined by Us. It may be referred to as: 'Fisheries Act', indicating the year of the State Sheet , in which she is placed.

Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all Ministerial Departments, Authorities, Colleges and Officials, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Given at Paleize Soestdijk, 30 May 1963

JULIANA.

The Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries,

V. G. M. MARIJNEN.

The Minister of Justice,

A. C. W. BEERMAN.

Issued the eighteenth of July 1963.

The Minister of Justice,

A. C. W. BEERMAN.