Law of 15 May 1829 laying down general provisions of the law of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the European Union
We WILLIAM, at the grace of God, King of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, etc., etc., etc.
All the genes, who will see these, or read hooren, salut! do:
We have taken into consideration the fact that the general provisions , contained in the Law of 14 June 1822 ( State sheet n °. 10), not For exclusion apply to the civil code;
That's also art. 1 must act on a body which will be held to belong to a separate law;
So it is that we, the Council of State heard, and with the mean consultations of the States-General,
Have been well-found and understand, as We approve, and understand what follows:
The law links only for the future and has retroactive effect.
A law can only lose its power by a subsequent law, for all or part of it.
The criminal laws and regulations of police, are binding for all who are located in the territory of the Kingdom.
The civic regime of the Kingdom of the Kingdom is the same for foreigners as for the Dutch, so long the law does not determine the contrary.
According to the law, the regter must speak: he must not in any case assess the inner value or fairness of the law.
No regter shall rule on matters subject to his or her decision by means of an almodical regulation, disposition or regulation.
The regter refusing to speak, on the pretext of silencing, obscurity or incompleteness of the law, may be under way. regtrefusal to be prosecuted.
The regulation of the regter and the practicality of regular judgments and of authentic instruments shall be limited by the exceptions in the international court of law.
Burdens and orders that are in the State sheet All the ministerial departments, the authorities, the French authorities and the civil servants, with this in hand, will keep their hands on the proper implementation of the rules.
Given in Brussels, the 15th of May, the year 1829, and from our government the sixteenth.
From the time of the King,
J. G. THE MEY OF TARGET CHURCH.Spent five and twenty May, 1829.
The Secretary of State,
J. G. THE MEY OF TARGET CHURCH.