Basic registration law

Original Language Title: Wet basisregistratie personen

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Law of 3 July 2013 establishing new rules for a basic registration persons (Basic Registration of Persons Act)

We Willem-Alexander, at the grace of God, King of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.

All of them, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:

In this regard, we considered that it would be desirable to promote the effective provision of personal data, in particular in the performance of public tasks, to modernise the local authority's personal data, the simplification and the possibility of including data on non-residents in respect of who is performing tasks in the Netherlands and, therefore, to lay down new rules on the basic registration of persons, including taking into account that implementation is given to Directive No No 95 /46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (PbEG L 281) and that for the protection of privacy, implementation should be given to Article 10, second and third paragraphs, of the Constitution ;

It is true that we, the Department of Consultative Affairs of the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have found and understand the same as We approve and understand:

Chapter 1. General provisions

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§ 1. General

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Article 1.1

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For the purposes of this Act and the provisions based thereon, the following definitions shall apply:

  • a. Our Minister: Our Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations;

  • b. the basic registration: the basic registration persons, for the purpose of Article 1.2 ;

  • c. the person list: the whole of the data referred to in Article 2.7, first paragraph , and 2.69, 1st Member , about one person in the base registration;

  • ed. the tender: the inclusion of a person list in the basic registration;

  • e. the attached members: the person in respect of whom a person list is included in the basic registration;

  • f. the resident: the attached person, who has his address in a municipality in the Netherlands, and on whose person list has not been given the information of his death or of departure from the Netherlands as current entry;

  • g. the systematic transmission of data or the systematic provision of data: the provision or provision of data from the basic registration, as referred to in Article 3.1, second paragraph ;

  • h. the attachment municipality: the municipality of which the college of mayor and aldermen on the basis of Article 1.4 be responsible for the by-product of the person list;

  • i. a foreigner: the person who does not own the nationality of the Netherlands and is not treated as a Dutchman under a legal provision;

  • j. the declaration of residence and address: the declaration, as specified in point Article 2.38 ;

  • k. a sworn translator: a translator as intended in Article 1 (d) of the Sworn Interpreters and Translators Act ;

  • l. the address change declaration: the declaration, as specified in point Article 2.39 ;

  • m. the declaration of departure: the declaration, as specified in point Article 2.43 ;

  • n. an authentic entry: any given in the basic registration which is based on the Article 1.6 the expression 'authentic';

  • o. residence address:

    • 1 ° the address where the person concerned lives, including the address of a dwelling which is in a vehicle or vessel, if the vehicle or vessel has a permanent position or berth, or, if the person concerned resides at more than one address, the address where he will be expected to spend most of the time during half a year;

    • 2 ° the address where, in the absence of an address as referred to in point 1, the person concerned shall be expected to stay for at least two thirds of the time for three months;

  • P. the letter address: the address to which writings intended for the data subject are received;

  • q. the address: the address of the address, or in the absence of such address, or in the case of application of Article 2.40 or 2.41 , the letter address,

  • r. the letter address provider: the natural or legal person, intended to Article 2.42 , which shall make available a letter address;

  • s. the civil service number: the number, for the purpose of Article 1 (b) of the general provisions Act civil service number ;

  • t. a public authority:

    • 1 ° a body of a legal person established under public law; or

    • 2 ° another person or college, with sole public authority;

  • u. a third party: any natural person other than a public authority or an attached person and any legal person not established under public law, or with any official authority;

  • v. public bodies: the public bodies of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba;

  • w. an enrolation device: a device as specified in Article 2.64 ;

  • x. the Population Accounting Decision: the decision on population accounts, such as that applied, on the last day for the revocation of the Law and residence registers.


Article 1.2

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There is a basic registration person. The basic registration contains personal data about the residents of the Netherlands. The basic registration contains personal data about non-residents in so far as this law provides for it.


Article 1.3

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  • 1 The purpose of the basic registration is to provide public bodies with the information contained in the registration, to the extent that such data are necessary for the performance of their tasks.

  • 2 The basic registration shall have the aim of providing third parties with the information contained in the registration, in cases designated by or under this Law.


Article 1.4

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen is responsible for keeping personal data in the basic registration according to Section 1 of Chapter 2 .

  • 2 Our Minister is responsible for keeping personal data in the basic registration according to Section 2 of Chapter 2 .


Article 1.5

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  • 1 Our Minister is responsible for the provision of data from the base registration he does at or under Chapter 3 .

  • 2 The college of mayor and aldermen is responsible for the provision of data from the base registration he does at or under Chapter 3 .


§ 2. Required use

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Article 1.6

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General measures of management shall determine which of the general data referred to in the Articles 2.7 and 2.69 The following shall be considered as authentic data.


Article 1.7

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  • 1 The governing body which, in the performance of its task, requires information on an attached document which is available in the form of an authentic entry in the basic registration shall be used for that information to be given.

  • 2 The first paragraph shall not apply where:

    • a. In the entry of a note as intended: Article 2.26 or 2.76 entered;

    • b. the Governing Body in respect of the given communication as referred to in Article 2.34, first paragraph , does;

    • (c) otherwise provided for by legal provisions;

    • (d) a proper performance of the administrative organ's task shall be prevented by the full application of the first paragraph.


Article 1.8

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An attached person who is asked by a governing body to whom a given name is given, to which: Article 1.7, first paragraph , where applicable, it is not necessary to communicate this information, except in so far as the judgment of the Governing Body is necessary for the proper determination of the identity of the person concerned.


§ 3. Establishment, operation and security

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Article 1.9

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  • 1 The basic registration consists of municipal and central facilities.

  • 2 The college of mayor and aldermen is responsible for the municipal supply.

  • 3 Our Minister is responsible for the central facilities.

  • 4 Our Minister is responsible for a system of exchange of messages for the benefit of the aptitude and the consultation of the basic registration and the systematic provision of information.


Article 1.10

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down concerning:

    • a. the technical and administrative establishment and operation and the security of the base registration;

    • (b) the exchange of messages between central facilities and municipal facilities and between central facilities and government bodies to which systematic data is provided and third parties to whom data are systematically provided.

  • 2 The rules referred to in paragraph 1 shall include requirements relating to the proper performance of work, data security and protection of privacy, which must be taken into account by an editorial staff acting on behalf of the (b) Mr President, Mr President, Mr President-in-office of the Council


Article 1.11

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen carries care that the municipal supply functions according to the rules, intended Article 1.10 .

  • 2 Our Minister shall ensure that central facilities operate in accordance with the rules set out in the Article 1.10 .

  • 3 The public body to which, or the third party systematically to provide, information shall ensure that the exchange of messages relating to the systematic provision of data is carried out in accordance with the rules set out in the Article 1.10 .


Article 1.12

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  • 1 Our Minister may conduct an investigation to establish whether a public body to which systematic data is provided complies with the rules set out in Article 1.10 .

  • 2 The first paragraph shall not apply to the organs of municipalities, provinces or common arrangements to which they participate.

  • 3 By way of settlement of our Minister, it may be determined how the State body will cooperate in the investigation.

  • 4 The first and third paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis to a third party to whom systematic data are provided.


Article 1.13

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The Articles 49 and 50 of the Personal Data Protection Act shall be applicable mutatis mutandis.


§ 4. Costs related to the implementation of this Act

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Article 1.14

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  • 1 The municipalities and the public bodies to which and third parties to whom Article 3.2 , 3.3 , 3.13 or 3.14 information shall be provided or information made available, and shall contribute to the costs associated with the implementation of this Act. If one of these persons does not have legal personality, the contribution shall be borne by the legal person to which the person concerned belongs.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, the categories of costs shall be determined and the bases of the contributions of the persons concerned shall be determined.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules shall be laid down regarding the determination and payment of the contributions. In so doing, it may be stipulated that our Minister shall fix the amount to be charged to zero, in so far as a provision is made in the budget of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations which replaces the the contribution of the person concerned.


§ 5. Consultations

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Article 1.15

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  • 1 Our Minister submits periodically with representative offices of the municipalities, of the appointed administrative bodies as referred to in Article 4 (1). Article 2.65 and from the public bodies and third parties to whom on the basis of Article 3.2 , 3.3 or 3.13 data from the base registration is provided.

  • 2 Any issues that are settled by or under this Act lend themselves to consultation. In any event, consultations shall be held on:

    • a. Changes to the provisions of or under this Act;

    • b. the principles of the quality policy to be implemented;

    • c. the starting points of performing Article 1.14 .

  • 3 Our Minister may lay down detailed rules for the conciliation procedure.

Chapter 2. The aptitude of the base registration

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Section 1. Residents

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§ 1. General

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Article 2.1

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  • 1 This Section shall apply to persons who are or are registered as resident in the basic registration and at inscribed persons who were resident at the time of their death.

  • 2 With respect to the non-resident, no new general data shall be entered under this section.

  • 3 By way of derogation from the first or a second paragraph, data shall be entered under this Section, provided that:

    • a. the facts that occurred during the time when the attached person was still resident; or

    • b. this is determined by a general measure of management.


§ 2. Registration

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Article 2.2

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Registration in the basic registration shall be effected on the basis of the certificate of birth, the declaration of the person concerned or of its own motion.


Article 2.3

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On the basis of the certificate of birth, drawn up by a civil servant in the Netherlands, where the place of birth is a place in the Netherlands, the registration of the child not already registered and the mother of which is not already registered shall be drawn up in the Netherlands. who the child was born on the date of birth of the child as resident is registered. Registration shall be effected by the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality in which that mother is registered as resident.


Article 2.4

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  • 1 Based on his declaration of residence and address, the person who enjoys a lawful stay is not entered in the basic registration and is expected to stay in the Netherlands for at least two thirds of the time during a half year. hold, registered in the basic registration by the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality where he has his address.

  • (2) If a person referred to in the first paragraph is in default of the declaration, the college shall be responsible for the registration of its own motion. The college of mayor and aldermen shall be authorized to register the person concerned on the basis of his declaration if the declaration is made after the expiry of the period of issue.

  • 3 Registration shall be made after the identity of the person concerned has been duly established.


Article 2.5

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  • 1 Registration on the basis of Article 2.4 of a person coming from Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, or one of the public bodies does not take place, then after he has a moving message, provided by the controller of data processing in the Basic administration in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, or one of the public entities where he was last registered as resident, has submitted.

  • 2 In the event that otherwise it appears that the departure of the person concerned has been incorporated into the basic administration in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten or one of the public entities where he was last registered as resident, or was not registered as resident, the college of mayor and aldermen may depart from the provisions of the first paragraph.


Article 2.6

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, categories are defined of persons who are not eligible for registration in connection with their special residence status.

  • 2 In the case of or under the measure, rules may be laid down in respect of a person belonging to a category as referred to in the first paragraph, as regards:

    • a. the non-registration of the person;

    • (b) notice of the person who is already registered as an attached person who is not registered as a resident on account of his departure from the Netherlands.


§ 3. The inclusion of personal data

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Article 2.7

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  • 1 In the basic registration, only the following entries shall be recorded on the part of the attached Members:

    • a. General data:

      • 1 ° information on the marital status of the name, birth, sex, parents, marriage, or registered partnership and previous marriages or previously registered partnerships, whether or not registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered or registered partnerships. partner and previous spouses or registered partners, the children and the death;

      • 2 ° data on curatele;

      • 3 ° information on the authority to be exercised over the minor;

      • 4 ° information on nationality, on the understanding that no information on a foreign nationality is recorded in addition to data relating to the Dutchship or the fact that the person concerned is treated as a Dutchman;

      • 5 ° information in relation to the right of residence of the alien;

      • 6 ° information on the location and address of that municipality, as well as on the stay in the Netherlands and the previous stay outside the Netherlands and on the departure from the Netherlands and the following stay outside the Netherlands;

      • 7 ° information on the civil service number of the attached Members;

      • 8 ° information about the civil service numbers of the parents, the spouse, the previous spouses, the registered partner, the previous registered partners and the children;

      • 9 ° information on the use by the attached name of the spouse, the previous spouse, the registered partner or the previous registered partner;

      • 10 ° data, necessary for the implementation of the Electoral law ;

      • 11 ° data, necessary for the implementation of the Passport et .

    • b. administrative data:

      • 1 ° information in connection with the registration and amendment of the relevant municipality;

      • 2 ° information for the indication of documents and other documents from which general information has been obtained or of the legal basis under which information on the Dutch landscape has been recorded;

      • 3 ° information to indicate the inaccuracy of a recorded general statement or breach of the Dutch public policy of a given information concerning the civil status or an investigation into such inaccuracy or iraccuracy, and other data, necessary in connection with the by-product of the base registration;

      • 4 ° information on the restriction of the provision of information to third parties.

  • 2 The general and administrative data shall be determined in accordance with, or under general management of, management.

  • 3 A general entry which is included remains included, subject to the provisions of Article 2.57 and subject to the information referred to in point (a) of the first paragraph, points 10 to 11.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, the disposal and destruction of the general data referred to in paragraph 1 (a) of parts 10 ° and 11 ° and the administrative data referred to in paragraph 1 (b) shall be regulated.


Article 2.8

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  • 1 The information on the marital status shall, if they concern facts which have occurred in the Netherlands, are taken from a text as referred to in point (a) and, in the absence of a text, as referred to in point (b):

    • a. an act on the relevant fact, which is included in the registers of civil status in the Netherlands;

    • b. Act made by the civil servant of the civil status, a decision, a judgment of a judgment, or a notarial deed, on the matter in question.

  • 2 Data relating to marital status shall, if they concern facts which have occurred outside the Netherlands, are taken from a text as referred to in paragraph (a) in the absence of a scripture referred to in point (b) or (c), in the absence of a text of the kind referred to in point (b) or (c) of such a text as referred to in (d) and, in the absence of a scripture, to a text as referred to in point (e) of this Regulation.

    • a. an act on the relevant fact, which is included in the registers of the Dutch civil stand;

    • b. a judgment given in the Netherlands on the fact that the judgment has been in force of res judiced;

    • (c) Act issued outside the Netherlands in accordance with local rules by a competent authority with a view to the proof of the fact, or a judicial decision on that fact, or, in the absence of a decision, by a competent authority; of that declaration, as referred to in Article 45 of Book 1 of the Civil Code ;

    • d. a scripture drawn up in accordance with local rules by a competent authority, stating the fact of the matter;

    • (e) a statement on the relevant fact which has been made by the person concerned to an official designated by the college of mayor and aldermen under oath or promise, signed in writing and signed by the person concerned.

  • 3 The information relating to the status of the civil state shall be, if they concern facts which have occurred in the Netherlands and of which an accredited consular official of another country has drawn up an instrument for the purpose of which the information is to be drawn up. to provide evidence of the relevant fact, taken from that act.


Article 2.9

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  • 1. Scripture as referred to in Article 2.8 (c), (d) or (e) Article 2.8, third paragraph, does not grant any information about the marriage concluded between spouses of whom there is at least one stranger, than after the spouses have made a statement that their marriage has not entered into the objective of obtaining the right of residence in the Netherlands.

  • 2 The declaration is not required if:

    • (a) since the marriage has been completed for at least 10 years, or the marriage has ended,

    • (b) of ex officio data of the data; or

    • c. the foreigner lawfully residing in the Netherlands as intended in Article 8 (b), (d) or (e) of the Aliens Act 2000 .

  • 3 The first and second paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis in respect of a registered partnership.


Article 2.10

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  • 1 If it is plausible that about a given about the family relationship to the parents or the children, about marriage and earlier marriages, about the spouse and the prior spouses, on the registered partnership and the prior registered partnerships or on the registered partner and the previous registered partners a scripted act as intended Article 2.8 (c) or (d) (d) , may be provided, this information shall not be taken from any writing as provided for in Article 2.8 (e).

  • 2. Scripture as intended Article 2.8 (c), (d) or (e) No information shall be drawn from the third paragraph of Article 2.8 in so far as the Dutch public order opposes the recognition of the legal validity of the facts set out in those documents.

  • 4. a scripture as intended Article 2.8 (e) (e) , no information shall be taken from the date of verification of the data to the extent possible by the basic registration and, where necessary, of other registers or of the documents submitted by the person concerned.


Article 2.11

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The person's list of persons shall not be recorded on his child if the child has already died at the time of the registration of the person and the child is not a member of the person himself.


Article 2.12

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  • 2 If, after the opinion of the first paragraph, doubts remain as to whether the intention is to derogate from the opinion, the opinion of the Commission on matters relating to civil status and nationality shall be taken into account. inwon.


Article 2.13

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  • 1 The information on curatele shall be taken from the register and the register.

  • 2 The information relating to the authority to be exercised over the minor shall be taken from the authority register.


Article 2.14

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  • 1 Data on the Nederlandership are included with the application of the Dutch law on the Dutch landscape , from other legal provisions relating to the Dutchship and from conventions from which the Netherlands originates.

  • 2 Where in the case of an inwritten act as referred to in Article 22, first paragraph, points (b), (c) and (d) of the Reichstlaw on the Netherlands have been included in the register provided for in that paragraph, these documents shall be taken from the Dutchboard. If a copy of a copy of the documents referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence is produced from the register provided for in Article 22 (2) of the abovementioned Law, the information relating to the Netherlands shall be derived from that copy.

  • 3 A communication on the Netherlands shall be taken from the confirmation of the declaration of acquisition by the Netherlands or the extract from the decision to grant the Netherlands, the distribution of which or publication of the decision on the issue of the Dutchship by the municipality where the person concerned is registered, as a result of the waiver by the person concerned in that municipality from distance from the Netherlands, or from the communication of the mayor of a Other municipality concerning the acquisition, granting or relinquation of the Netherlands which relates to the attached members, where the issue or publication of the confirmation of the declaration to obtain the Dutchship or the extract from the decision to grant the Dutchship is otherwise, has been made, by the distance certificate, in a commune other than the municipality where the person concerned is registered. In so far as it relates to the acquisition or provision of the Nederlandership, the second paragraph shall be waived.


Article 2.15

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  • 1 Particulars of a foreign nationality shall be taken from a decision or a decision of an administrative or judicial authority responsible for that purpose in accordance with the law on the spot, with a view to submitting proof of the nationality of the person concerned. nationality, or it is included in the application of the relevant nationality law.

  • 2 Where information on a foreign nationality cannot be obtained in accordance with paragraph 1, such information may be taken from a text of an authority competent in accordance with the law on the spot, which shall state that the information is on that nationality.

  • 3 If the person concerned is not a national or cannot be determined by nationality, this information shall be given. If a court ruling on the basis of Article 17 of the Law on the Netherlands Government Act has been made, having determined that the person concerned does not own the nationality of the Netherlands, notification shall be made of that.


Article 2.16

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Information relating to the right of residence of the foreigner shall be taken from the communications made by our Minister for Security and Justice to the College of Mayor and Aldermen.


Article 2.17

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At the registration of a foreigner on the basis of Article 2.4 , are dates of birth and nationality which cannot be recognised as such in accordance with the requirements of the Articles 2.8 and 2.15 , taken from a communication from our Minister for Security and Justice in so far as this information was adopted by him in the context of the person's admission to the Netherlands.


Article 2.18

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In the case of registration under Article 2.3 the information concerning the address shall be taken from the mother list of the child to whom the child was born. The date of registration shall be the date of birth.


Article 2.19

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  • 1 The declaration of residence and address of the person who is lawfully resident shall be expected to remain in the Netherlands for at least two thirds of the time in the Netherlands for a period of half a year and who has his address in the municipality concerned, information concerning the stay in the Netherlands, the address and the previous stay outside the Netherlands.

  • 2 If it is plausible that any given regarding the previous stay outside the Netherlands is incorrect, this data shall not be included.

  • 3 If a person referred to in paragraph 1 is in default of the declaration, the College of Mayor and of aldermen of the municipality where the person concerned has his address shall, of its own motion, ensure the inclusion of data relating to the stay, address and previous stay outside the Netherlands. The board of mayor and aldermen shall be empowered to issue the information to the person concerned if the declaration is made following the expiry of the period of issue.

  • 4 The date of commencement of the stay in the Netherlands and the place of establishment of the address in the municipality shall be the day on which the declaration was received or on the day on which the official's intention to automatically draw up information on the stay and residence Address to the person concerned in writing.

  • 5 The information shall not be recorded after the identity of the person concerned has been duly established.

  • 6 If the person comes from Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, or any of the public bodies, is Article 2.5 applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 2.20

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  • 1 Particulars of the address shall be taken to the declaration of a resident who has changed his address, unless the information is likely to be incorrect.

  • 2 If a resident who has changed his address is in default of the declaration, the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality where the person concerned has his address shall, of its own motion, ensure the inclusion of data relating to the person concerned. address. The board of mayor and aldermen shall be empowered to issue the information to the person concerned if the declaration is made following the expiry of the period of issue.

  • 3 As date of address change is included:

    • a. The date of the change of address indicated in the declaration was made as a timely declaration;

    • (b) the date on which the declaration was received, in the other cases where the information is taken from the person concerned;

    • (c) the date on which communication was notified in writing, in the case of an ex officio entry of the information.

  • 4 The amended data shall not be taken up after the identity of the person concerned has been duly established.


Article 2.21

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  • 1 To the departure declaration of the resident who is expected to stay outside the Netherlands for at least two-thirds of the time during one year, data relating to the departure from the Netherlands and the following stay shall be excluded: Netherlands.

  • 2 If the resident is in default of the declaration, the college of mayor and aldermen of the local authority shall, of its own motion, ensure the inclusion of information relating to the departure and the following stay outside the Netherlands. The board of mayor and aldermen shall be empowered to issue the information to the resident's declaration if the declaration is made after the issuing period.

  • 3 As the date of departure from the Netherlands and the date of termination of the address, the day on which the declaration is received shall be recorded, or the day on which the official's intention to automatically draw up information on the departure to the attached letter shall be recorded in writing. Communication has been made.

  • 4 The information shall not be recorded after the identity of the person concerned has been duly established.

  • 5 If the resident reports in the declaration of departure to reside in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten or one of the public bodies, the college of mayor and aldermen will provide him with a moving message free of charge, according to a Minister to be established model.


Article 2.22

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  • 1 If a resident cannot be reached, no declaration of change to his address or departure has been received as intended by him or her Article 2.20, first paragraph , or 2.21, 1st Member And, after thorough investigation, no data can be made about him regarding the stay in the Netherlands, the departure from the Netherlands or the next stay outside the Netherlands, the college of mayor and aldermen of the Netherlands (b) of its own motion, of its own motion, for the inclusion of the entry of the resident from the Netherlands.

  • 2 As the date of departure from the Netherlands and the date of termination of the address, the date on which the date of departure of information on departure has been published shall be recorded.


Article 2.23

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  • 2 The office of mayor and aldermen shall be entitled to assume an address for its own motion if the address is missing and no declaration of a letter address is made. The College shall not, of its own motion, assume any letter address than with the agreement of the letter addressed to it.


Article 2.24

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  • 2 The details of the civil service number of the parents, spouse, previous spouses, registered partner, previous registered partners, and children are taken from the respective person lists.


Article 2.25

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The data on the use of the sex name of the spouse, previous spouse, registered partner, or previous registered partner shall be recorded upon written request of the relevant person. Article 9 of Book 1 of the Civil Code qualified members, or on the basis of a court ruling as referred to in Article 9 of Book 1 of the Civil Code.


Article 2.26

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Concerning the decision that a given general rule is incorrect or, in the case of a given concerning the marital status, contrary to the Dutch public policy, an investigation into that error or iracity, as well as on the condition that the attached person is no longer resident, an endorsement shall be placed on the relevant information.


§ 4. The obligations of public bodies

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Article 2.27

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  • 1 The official of civil status who has reported in one of his registries that a fact of importance for the aptitude of the basic registration shall be brought to the attention of his College of the Board of Justice of the European Parliament. Mayor and aldermen.

  • 2 A notification sent to him by a convention on the international exchange of information in the field of civil status shall be forwarded to his college forthwith.

  • 3 He supplies to the college of mayor and aldermen requesting that, as soon as possible, all the information required by that college for the aptitude test of the basic registration.

  • 4 The official of the civil status of the Commune ' s-Gravenhage, who, by reason of the absence of an act in the registries held under him, does not include a statement as intended for the purpose of Article 20 of Book 1 of the Civil Code adding a him based on the Article 20th of Book 1 of the Civil Code the judgment, court or tribunal shall give a copy of that decision, that judgment or that act shall be notified to his/her college of mayor and aldermen.


Article 2.28

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  • 1 The Registrar of the Court of Justice who has made reference to a court judgment in the judgment in curatele and to the office of the Court of Justice of the European Parliament and of the Court of Justice of the European Parliament and of the Court of Justice of the European Parliament and of the Council of mayor and aldermen of the provisional municipality, indicating the person who is concerned and the date on which the validity of the provision goes into effect.

  • 2 The Registrar shall make a corresponding statement of any decision, annunciation of a judgment as referred to in paragraph 1, and of termination of the course of proceedings.

  • 3 The Registrar of the Court of Justice who has recorded in the authority register a change in the authority which is exercised over a minor, which is relevant to the aptitude of the basic registration, in relation to the person in Article 2.7, first paragraph, point (a), below 3 ° This information shall be communicated by the amendment to the College of Mayor and of aldermen of the minor part of the minor.

  • 4 The communication referred to in paragraph 3 shall indicate only the minor which has taken place in the authority and the date of entry into force of the amendment.


Article 2.29

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  • 1 If Our Minister of Security and Justice in the Public Register, intended in Article 22, first paragraph, of the Dutch Law on the Netherlands , mention has been made of the fact that a person has made a declaration of acquisition by the Netherlands or a declaration of distance from the Netherlands, or that a person has obtained the Netherlands by way of the Netherlands ' the loss of the Netherlands, or the withdrawal of the Netherlands, he shall inform the College of Mayor and of aldermen of the Comparators ' Council. The communication shall contain the date on which the statement was received or the date on which the Dutchship was acquired or lost.

  • 3 The Registrar of the Court of Justice of the European Union or the Registrar of the High Court shall send a copy of a judgment which has been res judiced in force of res judiced against the Court of Justice of the European Parliament and of the Court of Justice of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union. the Netherlands, to the college of mayor and aldermen of the relative assembly.


Article 2.30

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Our Minister of Security and Justice does the information in connection with the right of residence of the foreigner who are important for the aptitude of the basic registration, communication to the College of Mayor and Aldermen of the European Union. Relative to the population.


Article 2.31

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A general measure of administration provides for cases where the college of mayor and aldermen is subject to a basket as intended for the purpose of Aliens Act 2000 send a copy of a decision as referred to in Article 2.60 On the basis of Article 2.10, second paragraph , a given concerning a foreigner not to be included in the basic registration.


Article 2.32

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The Registrar of the court in question shall send a copy of a judgment which is in force of res judiced as intended to be taken into account. Article 9 of Book 1 of the Civil Code to the college of mayor and aldermen of the relative assembly of the unauthorized state.


Article 2.33

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In the case of a general measure of administration, obligations may be imposed on public bodies to communicate to the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality concerned concerning the application of the Article 2.6 .


Article 2.34

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  • 1 An administrative body which, in connection with the provision of an authentic information given out of the basic registration, has doubts as to the accuracy of that provision, shall inform the College of Mayor and of the Board of the Commission of the Relative to the population.

  • 2 Our Minister shall designate the administrative bodies which shall also notify them of the provision of other than authentic information.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, the cases in which and the manner in which the notification is made, as well as the notification of the college of mayor and aldermen to the administrative body shall be taken as a result of a communication, arranged.

  • 4 The College of Mayor and Aldermen may lay down detailed rules on the communication and notification of administrative bodies which are a body of the municipality in question and may designate one or more of these administrative bodies to also communication on the provision of other than authentic data.

  • 5 In so far as a communication referred to in the first paragraph relates to a given that has been taken over from another law pursuant to another law, the College of Mayor and Aldermen shall forward such communication to the Commission. responsible for the processing of that given in that other registration.


Article 2.35

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  • 1 A college of mayor and aldermen who has received information from the civil servant of the civil service in his/her congregation who are relevant to the aptitude of the basic registration by another municipality, shall forthwith inform the Commission of its opinion. information to the college of mayor and aldermen of the other municipality.

  • 2 A college that has received from the civil servant in his congregation a notice sent pursuant to a convention on the international exchange of information in civil status that is of interest for the aptitude of the basic registration by another municipality, that notification shall, forthwith, forward to the college of mayor and althouders of the other municipality.

  • 3 Our Minister, or a college of mayor and aldermen, is providing a college of mayor and aldermen who has an interest in it spontaneously or on request as soon as possible all the information that is of interest to a good execution of the task in relation to the base registration.


Article 2.36

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On a general measure of governance, public bodies may be subject to obligations to provide the college of mayor and aldermen of the data referred to in the Article 2.7, first paragraph, points (a), parts 10 ° and 11 ° .


Article 2.37

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Rules governing the manner in which the obligations referred to in this paragraph must be complied with may be laid down by or pursuant to general rules of management.


§ 5. The obligations of the citizen

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Article 2.38

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  • 1 The person who is expected to stay for at least two thirds of the time in the Netherlands for a period of half a year shall report to the college of mayor no later than the fifth day after the start of his stay in person. althouders of the municipality where he has his address for his/her address in order to make a written declaration of residence and address. If he does not have a residence address, he shall choose a letter address and shall, within the prescribed period, communicate to the board of the mayor and aldermen of the municipality where he has his letter address for the purposes of making the said declaration.

  • 2 He returns to the declaration of his future residence in the Netherlands, his address in the municipality and about the previous stay outside the Netherlands.

  • 3 He returns to the declaration and records the documents relating to facts concerning his civil status, his nationality and his earlier stay in the Netherlands, which are necessary for the attachment to him of the base registration. At the request of the college of mayor and aldermen, he shall present a translation of a Dutch translation made by a sworn translator. If he establishes himself in the Netherlands, coming from Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten or one of the public bodies, he submits a transfer notice to him, provided by the controller of data processing in the Netherlands. basic administration in Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, or one of the public entities, where he was last registered as resident.

  • 4 The person who is expected to stay for at least two thirds of the time in the Netherlands for a period of half a year shall make a declaration of residence and address in accordance with the first to the third member at the time when it ceases to be belong to a category as intended Article 2.6 .

  • 5 In a case referred to in paragraph 4, the five-day period referred to in the first paragraph shall start from the day following that on which a situation as referred to in that paragraph has been taken.

  • 6 declaration of residence and address shall be omitted if:

    • (a) the period of residence and registration is made on the basis of the certificate of birth,

    • b. Person concerned belongs to a category of persons as intended in Article 2.6 , or

    • c. the person concerned is a foreigner who does not enjoy a lawful stay.


Article 2.39

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  • 1 The resident who modifies his address shall make a written declaration to the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality where he has his new address.

  • 2 He does not return earlier than four weeks before the intended date of address change and no later than the fifth day after the address change. It shall communicate the date of change of address in the declaration and the information relating to the new and previous address.

  • 3 If a resident does not have a residence address, he chooses a letter address. The first and second paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 2.40

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  • 1 The person who has his residence address in an institution designated under the third or fourth member may, by way of derogation from the Articles 2.38, first paragraph , and 2.39, first paragraph , instead of his address, choose a letter address and return it in accordance with the said provisions.

  • 2 An institution shall be appointed only if the nature of the institution entails that, by including its address in the basic registration, the privacy of the persons concerned may be disproportionately damaged.

  • 3 Our Minister may designate categories of institutions or institutions separately, as far as they are concerned:

    • a. Health institutions;

    • b. Children's protection institutions;

    • c. Penitentiary institutions.

  • 5 The head of a designated institution shall inform the persons concerned in writing of the possibility of declaration of a letter address in good time.


Article 2.41

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  • 1 In so far as the inclusion of a residential address to the mayor ' s judgement for security reasons is not desirable, the person concerned may, by way of derogation from Article 2.38, first paragraph , and 2.39, first paragraph , instead of his address, choose a letter address and return it in accordance with the said provisions.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, detailed rules may be laid down concerning the application of the first paragraph.


Article 2.42

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If a letter address provider can be selected:

  • a. a natural person who is registered as resident;

  • b. a legal entity having its registered office in the Netherlands and designated by the college of mayor and aldermen to act as a letter addressed to his municipality.


Article 2.43

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  • 1 The resident who is expected to stay outside the Netherlands for at least two thirds of the time during one year does at the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality before his departure from the Netherlands. a written declaration of departure. The issuing time will begin on the fifth day before the day of departure.

  • 2 The resident does in that declaration communication of the data on his departure and the following stay outside the Netherlands.

  • 3 In order to implement the first paragraph, the resident shall appear in person at the college, if:

    • a. Not all residents with the same residence address fulfil the obligation referred to in the first paragraph; or

    • b. Not all residents with the same residence address the obligation referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 4 A minor appears in person, unless all residents with the same residential address return to the office of departure or return to a declaration of departure for them.

  • 5 In the case of a general measure of management, rules may be laid down concerning special cases where the first paragraph does not apply.


Article 2.44

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The resident shall, as soon as possible, notify all the facts concerning his marital status and nationality that have occurred outside the Netherlands to the College of Mayor and of Aldermen. He shall submit to the college, upon request in person, the information and submit the writings necessary for the aptitude test with respect to him of the basic registration. At the request of the college, he shall transfer from a scripture a Dutch translation produced by a sworn translator.


Article 2.45

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  • 1 The person who has declared as intended in the Articles 2.38 to 2.40 and Article 2.43 , at the request of the college of mayor and aldermen, shall provide the information relating to his declaration of relevance to the aptitude test as regards him of the basic registration. This obligation shall apply by analogy with regard to the presentation of written records. The person concerned shall appear on request in person.

  • 2 The declaration of a letter address shall state the reasons for the declaration of a letter address. The declaration shall be accompanied by a written declaration of consent of the letter addressed to the letter.

  • 3 The letter addressed shall ensure that any written or information material intended for the holder of the letter address is communicated or communicated to him.

  • 4 The letter addressed by the President at the request of the college of mayor and aldermen, if requested in person, of that letter address the information and submits the written documents necessary for the aptitude of the basic registration.

  • 5 In the case of a general measure of management, detailed rules may be laid down regarding the application of the first to fourth members.


Article 2.46

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The resident shall, at the request of the college of mayor and aldermen concerning facts relating to his marital status and nationality, if requested in person, provide the information and submit the written documents necessary for the aptitude test. of basic registration. At the request of the college of mayor and aldermen, he shall present a translation of a Dutch translation made by a sworn translator.


Article 2.47

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The person in respect of whom the college of mayor and aldermen has reasonable grounds to suspect that he is in default of a declaration as intended for the purpose of the Articles 2.38 to 2.43 , at the request of the college of mayor and aldermen, if requested in person, within a period to be specified by the College in the request, shall provide the information and submit the written documents necessary for the adjustment to be made to the person concerned. regard to him from the basic registration.


Article 2.48

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The obligations, listed in the Articles 2.38 , 2.39 and 2.43 to 2.47 , rest on:

  • (a) parents, guardians and carers for minors under 16 years of age;

  • b. parents, guardians and caregivers for indwelling minors aged 16 years or over, unless the minor himself fulfils the obligation;

  • c. Curators for among curatele gesting.


Article 2.49

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  • 1 The obligations, listed in the Articles 2.39 and 2.44 to 2.46 , may be completed by:

    • a. The parent and his adult child, if both have the same residential address, for each other;

    • b. spouses or registered partners who have the same residential address for each other;

    • c. Every majority-year-old for a person who has authorized him in writing to do so;

    • d. the head of a health care institution for a person remaining in that institution who, by reason of the state of his health, cannot be regarded as fulfilling his obligations or authorising it, or the spouse, registered partner or other person, or the blood or relatives up to and including the second degree of such person, on presentation of a written declaration on the head of the institution concerned.

  • 2 In the cases referred to in paragraph 1, the college of mayor and aldermen may call on the represented in accordance with the said articles in order to appear in person to provide information.

  • 3 The first and second members shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Article 2.38 obligations specified in so far as there are certain cases where general management is concerned. The measure also provides for a derogation from the obligation set out in that Article for the purpose of reporting to the college of mayor and aldermen. The measure provides only for cases where there are serious grounds for excluding the person concerned from fulfilling the obligations and reporting to them in the college.

  • 4 The first paragraph, points (a), (b) and (d), and the second paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Article 2.43 Obligation mentioned, except that, except in the case of cases to be determined by a general management measure, a parent and his parent and spouse or registered partners are only able to fulfil the obligation to issue; if:

    • a. They are also fulfilling that obligation for themselves; and

    • b. All other residents with the same residential address fulfilling that obligation or that obligation is fulfilled for them.

    The second and third sentences of the third paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 5 For the purposes of the first paragraph, reference shall be made to the obligations laid down in the Regulation. Article 2.39 "residence address" means the new residential address.


Article 2.50

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The head of an institution or holding where persons are residing, the institutions, intended to be held in accordance with Article 2.40 where the institution or company is designated by the college of mayor and aldermen by the college, including, if the institution or the holding is designated by the college of mayor and aldermen, the information required by the college to be determined by the college in respect of the information requested by the college. persons who are expected to remain in the institution or the holding for an indefinite period of time or for a period of three months at least two-thirds of the time will stay overnight.


Article 2.51

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The spouse, registered partner and other survivors up to and including the second degree of a resident who has died abroad shall provide at the request of the college of mayor and aldermen of the municipality where the person concerned is entered, to the extent possible, to the college, the information relating to that death and submit the scriptures necessary for the aptitude of the basic registration.


Article 2.52

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  • 1 The person appearing in person with the college of mayor and aldermen for the purpose of carrying out his obligations under this paragraph shall, on request, submit to him his/her identity as regards the determination of his identity. document as referred to in Article 1 of the Identification Light Act over.

  • 2 The in Article 2.48 Parents, guardians, guardians and curators of minors or under curatele, on request, leave the minor or the receipted person for the purpose of establishing the identity to the college of mayor. and aldermen and shall, upon request, submit a document relating to him as referred to in the first paragraph.


§ 6. The rights of the citizen

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Article 2.53

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  • 1 A request as referred to in this paragraph shall be addressed to the college of mayor and aldermen of the relative assembly.

  • 2 A request as referred to in Article 2.55 may also be addressed to the college of any other municipality in the Netherlands.

  • 3 A request as referred to in Article 2.55 can also be directed to Our Minister. In that case, our Minister for the application of Article 2.55 shall enter the place of the college of mayor and aldermen and the request shall be made by the intervention of an entry in writing.


Article 2.54

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen sends out within four weeks of a tender as intended for the Articles 2.3 and 2.4 , as well as within four weeks of having become resident in a non-resident, a full summary of his person's list to the attached member in comprehensible form.

  • 2 In the case of minors under the age of 16 and in cases of receivership, transmission to the parents, guardians or carers shall be carried out by the liquidator.

  • 3 The transmission shall be made in writing of the broad outlines of the rules governing the basic registration, including at least the main lines of the rules governing the identity of the controller, the purposes of the basic registration, the categories of data included, the categories of recipients of data and the rights of the attached members.

  • 4 Person making declaration of residence and address shall be informed in writing of the right to stay and address on that occasion. Article 2.59 .


Article 2.55

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen shall inform each person, upon request, of any personal data relating to the basic registration of personal data, free of charge, within four weeks. If such data is processed, the applicant shall be the subject of the basic registration. Article 2.54, third paragraph , written communication referred to.

  • 2 The College shall grant to each person, at his request, free of charge access to information in the basic registration within four weeks.

  • 3 The College shall provide, at the request of his/her request, a copy of the personal data relating to personal data which are processed in the basic registration and the information available on its request within four weeks, if requested the origin of such data in so far as it does not originate from the applicant itself.

  • 4 The College shall ensure the proper determination of the identity of the applicant.

  • 5 The requests referred to in the first to third paragraphs shall be made by:

    • a. Parents, guardians or caregivers for minors under 16 years of age;

    • b. Curators for among curatele gesting.

  • 6 The application shall not be complied with if it has not been taken with a reasonable interval in relation to an earlier request.


Article 2.56

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  • 1 The College of Mayor and Weighers Shall, On A Written Request, Take From The Article 9 of Book 1 of the Civil Code within four weeks free of charge on his person list shall provide information on the use of the sex name of the spouse, the previous spouse, the registered partner or the previous registered partner.

  • 2 The College makes the inclusion of the data subject to a written communication to the applicant.


Article 2.57

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen removes at written request from the adoptive parents of a minor under the age of 16, or upon written request of an adoptive child aged 16 or over, within four weeks free of charge from the Person list of adoptive child, general data prior to adoption in so far as it concerns:

    • a. Name details;

    • b. Data relating to one or both parents;

    • c. Nationality information on the adoption of the adoption;

    • d. information about the location and address of that municipality as well as the stay in the Netherlands and the departure from the Netherlands.

  • 2 The College removes, upon written request from the parent with whom family relations have been broken by a ruling of adoption, to a child, within four weeks free of charge from the person list of the parent to the general information about That child.

  • 3 The College removes, at the written request of the attached Members, within four weeks free of charge of its member list of the general information amended in connection with a change in the indication of sex in the birth certificate of the Attached Members, to the extent that these data were in force prior to the amendment and in the case of:

    • a. Name details;

    • b. Data on sex;

    • c. details of the use of the sex name of the spouse, the previous spouse, the registered partner or the previous registered partner.

  • 4 The college removes at the written request of the attached person who has reached the age of 16, within four weeks free of charge of his person list the general information about the name and sex of a parent, an earlier spouse or an earlier registered partner or it is generally speaking on the name of the child of the attached person, who have been amended in connection with a change to the entry of the sex in the birth certificate of the parent, previous spouse, earlier Registered partner or the child.

  • 5 Article 2.55, fourth paragraph , shall apply to a request as referred to in the first to fourth paragraphs. Article 2.55, fifth paragraph, shall apply mutatis mutandis to a request referred to in paragraphs 3 or 4 of this paragraph.

  • 6 The College does the removal without notice of written notice to the applicant.


Article 2.58

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen fulfils, within four weeks, free of charge, to improve, supplement or remove him concerning data in basic registration, if it is factually incorrect or not. incomplete or are being processed in violation of a legal requirement. The request shall contain the amendments to be made.

  • 2 The College shall give effect to the application taking into account the provisions of, or pursuant to, the provisions of this Section.

  • 3 The college may extend the period referred to in paragraph 1, where necessary, by eight weeks, if the request concerns information concerning the civil status or nationality. The College shall make written notification of the grant to the applicant.

  • 5 The President of the Mayor and of aldermen shall make the execution of the request forthwith a written notification to the applicant.


Article 2.59

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The college of mayor and aldermen shall indicate, upon written request of the person concerned, free of charge on the person's list of persons an endorsement of the restriction of the provision of information to third parties. The College shall, within four weeks, result in the request and shall forthwith inform the applicant in writing, indicating the applicable rules in this respect. If the request on the occasion of a declaration of residence and address is made, the request shall be taken on that occasion. Article 2.55, fourth and fifth paragraphs , shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 2.60

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A decision of the college of mayor and aldermen to:

  • a. To issue no or only part of a declaration;

  • (b) not to include a given over the marital status or to notice as such a text on the act which has been presented;

  • (c) not to include a given on nationality;

  • d. of ex officio registration, or entry of information in the event of registration or inclusion on the basis of a declaration;

  • e. of ex officio to improve, supplement or remove a general information;

  • f. to place a note on the inaccuracy of that given or about its conflict with the Dutch public policy in a recorded general statement;

  • g. not to comply with a request as intended in the Articles 2.55 to 2.59 ,

is equivalent to a decision in the sense of the General administrative law .


Article 2.61

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Section 2. Non-residents

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§ 1. General

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Article 2.62

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For the purposes of this section and the provisions based thereon, a designated administrative body shall mean a governing body as referred to in Article 2 (1) of the Treaty. Article 2.65 , in so far as it relates to tasks and cases where the designation referred to in that Article relates.


Article 2.63

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  • 1 This section applies to persons who are not registered as resident in basic registration, with the exception of those who were resident at the time of their death.

  • 2 By way of derogation from the first paragraph, no data shall be entered under this section in a case as referred to in Article 2.1, third paragraph .

  • 3 The information entered under this Section shall be taken as soon as he becomes resident again, taking into account the requirements of the first section of this chapter .


Article 2.64

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Our Minister maintains facilities in the Netherlands for the purposes of the implementation of this law on:

  • a. Registration of non-residents;

  • b. The lodging of requests from non-residents to our Minister.


Article 2.65

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In the case of a general measure of administration, administrative bodies may be appointed to make a request to our Minister as referred to in Article 4 (2). Article 2.68, first paragraph , or an indication as referred to in Article 2.70, third paragraph, part a . The measure shall determine the functions of the administrative body to which the designation relates. It may also lay down the cases where the designation is to be taken.


§ 2. Registration

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Article 2.66

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  • 2 Tender shall not be registered if the person concerned is already registered in the basic registration.


Article 2.67

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  • 1 Everyone can ask our Minister to register him in the basic registration.

  • 2 At the request of the person concerned, the person concerned shall submit at least the documents in favour of a correct tender or on the basis of a general measure of management.

  • The Secretary of State shall not enter a registration after the person concerned has published for the purpose of establishing his identity in person at the time of registration. In the case of, or under general measure of administration, the cases of appearance may be decided in person.

  • 4 Our Secretary of State shall not enter a tender beyond the date of validity of the identity of the person concerned.

  • The Secretary of State shall not issue a registration if the person concerned is eligible under the first section of this Chapter.


Article 2.68

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  • 1 A designated governing body can ask Our Minister to enroll a person in the basic registration.

  • 2 The governing body shall request registration only if it itself processes data relating to the person concerned in connection with the exercise of its task.

  • 3 The governing body shall not request the registration after the identity of the person concerned has been duly established.

  • 4 The administrative organ does not request the registration if the person concerned is eligible under the first section of this chapter.


§ 3. The inclusion of personal data

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Article 2.69

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  • 1 In the basic registration, only the following entries shall be recorded on the part of the attached Members:

    • a. General data:

      • 1 ° information on the marital status of the name, birth, sex and death;

      • 2 ° information on nationality, on the understanding that no information on a foreign nationality is recorded in addition to data relating to the Netherlands or to the fact that the person concerned is treated as a Dutchman;

      • 3 ° information in relation to the right of residence of the alien;

      • 4 ° information on the address of residence;

      • 5 ° information on the civil service number of the attached Members;

    • b. administrative data:

      • 1 ° information in connection with the invitation to tender;

      • 2 ° data on the non-residency data;

      • 3 ° information on the statement of general information made by the designated administrative body or on the request of the attached Member for the inclusion of general information;

      • 4 ° information to indicate the source from which general information was obtained or from the legal basis under which general information was recorded;

      • 5 ° information to indicate the inaccuracy of a recorded general statement or breach of the Dutch public policy of a given information concerning the civil status or an investigation into such inaccuracy or iraccuracy, and other data, necessary in connection with the by-product of the base registration;

      • 6 ° information on the restriction of the provision of information to third parties.


Article 2.70

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  • 1 Our Minister shall record the civil service numbers in accordance with: Article 2.24 .

  • 2 Our Minister shall act as intended for the purpose of Article 2.67 the general data specified in the general measure of management is established.

  • 3 Our Minister takes general information in all other cases:

    • a. by the loan to an indication of a designated administrative organ;

    • b. at the request of the attached Members.

  • 4 Our Secretary of State shall ensure that the administrative data relating to the general data is included.


Article 2.71

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  • 2 Where the Governing Body is required under a law, a treaty or a decision of an international organisation to derive the relevant information from a declaration of a foreign body, the governing body shall decompose such information; That declaration.

  • 3 If our Minister takes up information other than by giving out a loan to a designated administrative body, he shall apply to the Articles 2.72 to 2.75 .


Article 2.72

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The information concerning the marital status shall be determined in accordance with Articles 2.8 and 2.10 .


Article 2.73

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Nationality data shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of the Articles 2.14 and 2.15 .


Article 2.74

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The information relating to the right of residence of the foreigner shall be derived from the information available to us by our Minister for Security and Justice.


Article 2.75

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  • 1 The information relating to the address of residence shall be taken from an indication of the attached person.

  • 2 If it is plausible that a given given in the declaration is incorrect, the given shall not be taken from the declaration.

  • (3) If the attached person has not been given notice or is likely to contain incorrect information, the information may be determined ex officio.


Article 2.76

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Concerning the finding that a recorded general information is incorrect or, in the case of a given concerning the marital status, contrary to the Dutch public policy, concerning an investigation into such inaccuracy or conflict, as well as on the issue of the fact that the attached person is not resident shall be recorded with the relevant information.


§ 4. Other provisions

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Article 2.77

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Rules governing the manner in which a request as referred to in Article 4 (2) (c) of the Article 2.68 and an indication as referred to in Article 2.70, third paragraph , shall be done and on the information submitted in this connection.


Article 2.78

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  • 1 A designated administrative body shall act only as referred to in Article 2.70, third paragraph, point (a) , in so far as it itself processes the relevant data in connection with the exercise of its task. When the governing body is required to obtain information on an attached member, which may, by means of such an indication, lead to an adjustment of the basic registration, the administrative organ shall declare to our Minister.

  • 2 If, on a general basis, a note has been made concerning an investigation into the inaccuracy or conflict of public policy, a designated administrative body shall promote the proper determination of the information given, to the extent that the governing body self-processed in connection with the exercise of his duties.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the implementation of the first and second paragraphs may be laid down.


Article 2.79

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  • 1 The person who makes a request to our Minister as referred to in this section shall do so through an entry in writing.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the submission of a request as referred to in the first paragraph and the information submitted in such a request.

  • 3 In the case of a general measure of management, rules shall be laid down concerning the rights to be paid by the applicant for acts in implementation of the application. Rights may be levied only in so far as the operations are not to be carried out free of charge.


Article 2.80

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If, in connection with the recording of information in the basic registration of a person, our Minister requests that a document be given to the person concerned, Article 1 of the Identification Light Act in order to establish his identity, the person concerned shall be obliged to produce such a document in respect of that document.


Article 2.81

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  • 1 Our Minister proposes within four weeks of an invitation to tender as referred to in Article 2.66 an exhaustive list of his person's list is available to the attached Members in an intelligible form.

  • 2 Our Minister shall indicate, upon written request of the person concerned, on his personal list, free of charge, an endorsement of the restriction of the provision of information to third parties. Our Minister shall give effect to the request within four weeks and shall forthwith inform the applicant in writing, indicating the applicable rules in this field.

  • 4 A request as referred to in Article 2.55 may also be addressed to the college of mayor and aldermen of some municipality in the Netherlands.

Chapter 3. The provision of data from the basic registration

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Section 1. Provision of public bodies and third parties

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§ 1. The provision by Our Minister

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Article 3.1

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  • 1 This paragraph applies to the systematic provision of data from the basic registration.

  • 2 In the case of or under general management measures, the benefits in kind shall be regulated and detailed rules on such benefits in kind.


Article 3.2

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  • 1 Our Minister provides data to a government agency, as far as this is determined by a decision of Our Minister.

  • 2 Our Minister takes the decision at the request of the government body. The request shall contain the grounds for the provision and the information to which the request relates.

  • 3 When determining the information to be supplied, the information specified in the request shall be recorded to the extent that the public authority demonstrates that such data are necessary for the proper performance of its task.

  • 4 In any case, the decision shall determine the categories of persons to be supplied, the data relating to and the cases in which data are to be provided.

  • 5 The decision may be subject to rules and restrictions in the interest of a careful and efficient provision of information.

  • 6 Our Minister shall arrange for the publication of the decision in the Official Journal.

  • 7 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down on the submission of the application and the publication of the decision.

  • 8 Our Minister may refuse to take a decision as referred to in paragraph 1 or withdraw the decision if the requested data is such that provision is made on the basis of: Section 2 is designated.

  • 9 If a public body carries out several tasks for which data are requested, our Minister may take into account the various tasks in the decision.


Article 3.3

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, work carried out by third parties with a significant social interest shall be designated, for which data may be provided from the basic registration. The measure also provides for the categories of third parties to be eligible for distribution. Article 3.21 is applicable to the provision of the provision. The measure may contain restrictions on the data that may be provided.

  • 2 In the measure, only work related to a public service mission shall be limited to the maintenance of a provision for citizens subject to public care, or otherwise in the light of government interference. that work, support to that activity by providing data from the basic registration is justified.

  • 5 The nomination for a general measure of directors to be adopted under the first paragraph shall not be made earlier than four weeks after the draft has been submitted to both Chambers of the States General.


§ 2. Provision by the colleges of mayor and aldermen

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Article 3.4

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  • 1 This paragraph applies to the provision of data from the basic registration, other than the systematic provision, referred to in Paragraph 1 .

  • (2) According to this paragraph, information may be provided on all attached Members.


Article 3.5

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  • 1 The College of Mayor and Aldermen shall, at the request of a public authority, provide him with information in so far as such information is necessary for the proper performance of his task.

  • 2 The request shall contain the grounds for the provision.

  • 3 In so far as it is possible to provide information pursuant to this paragraph, a certified copy of the information specified in the request shall be provided upon request.

  • 4 The college refuses the request if the requested data is such that provision is made on the basis of Paragraph 1 is designated. A general measure of management shall lay down detailed rules on cases in which the college is to refuse the request.


Article 3.6

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  • 1 The College of Mayor and Aldermen shall, at the request of a third party, provide him with information in so far as:

    • (a) the use of such data is subject to a general rule of law,

    • (b) has the third prior written consent of the attached person on whom information is to be supplied; or

    • (c) The provision is in accordance with the second paragraph.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, work carried out by third parties with a significant social interest shall be designated, for which data may be provided from the basic registration. The measure also provides for the categories of third parties to be eligible for distribution. Article 3.21 is applicable to the provision of the provision. The measure may contain restrictions on the data that may be provided.

  • 4 The nomination for a general measure of directors to be adopted under the second paragraph shall not be made earlier than four weeks after the draft has been submitted to both Chambers of the States General.


§ 3. The provision by the college of mayor and aldermen of the comparators ' commune

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Article 3.7

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  • 1 This paragraph applies to the provision of data from the basic registration by the college of mayor and aldermen, other than the provision, intended Section 2 .

  • 2 According to this paragraph, only information relating to the members of the College on the basis of which it is based shall be provided Article 1.4 be responsible for the by-product of the person list.


Article 3.8

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  • 1 In the case of, or under municipal regulation, rules may be laid down concerning the provision of information to public authorities which are a body of the municipality.

  • 2 Data shall be supplied to a public body only to the extent that such information is necessary for the proper performance of its task.


Article 3.9

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  • 1 At the request of a third party, information may be given to him in so far as it provides for a municipal regulation and provided that:

    • (a) has the third prior written consent of the attached person as to whom data are provided; or

    • (b) The provision is in accordance with the second paragraph.

  • 2 By municipal ordination, work carried out by third parties with a significant social interest may be designated for the municipality, for which data can be provided from the basic registration. The Regulation also provides for the categories of third parties to be eligible for distribution. The Regulation shall apply only to the extent that it is necessary for the protection of the legitimate interest of the third party and the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the attached Members not to provide for the provision of the -

  • 3 Only information is given to a public body of, or person or organisation established in a country outside the European Union, only information according to paragraph 1 (b), where a treaty or a decision of an international law is taken into account; the provision of such data.

  • 4 The provision may relate exclusively to general information about the name, sex, sex name of the spouse or registered partner, previous spouse or previous registered partner, use by the company. Attached members of the sex name of the spouse or registered partner, the previous spouse or previous registered partner, the address, the associated municipality, the date of birth and the date of death.


§ 4. Other provisions

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Article 3.10

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  • 2 The provision of general data entered pursuant to Article 2.70, second or third paragraph It shall be made by means of the communication from the source from which the data were obtained or of the legal basis under which the data were recorded. Where the information is given under Article 2.70 (3) (a), the Governing Body shall also be notified of the declaration.


Article 3.11

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  • 1 The governing body responsible for the provision of information shall, for a period of twenty years following the provision of the provision, keep records of the provision.

  • 2 In the case of or under general management measures, the benefits in kind shall not be subject to endorsement in relation to the safety of the State or to the prevention, detection or prosecution of criminal offences.


Article 3.12

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In the case of, or under general management, arrangements may be made on the provision of general and administrative data to a responsible person for the processing of data in a basic administration in Aruba, Curaçao, St Maarten or any of the public bodies.


Article 3.13

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  • 1 Other provision from the base registration other than that provided for in the paragraphs 1 , 2 or 3 or in Article 3.12 shall be authorised only in so far as it provides for a general measure of management and provided that:

    • (a) the provision is made for historical, statistical or scientific purposes;

    • b. Private life shall not be disproportionately damaged;

    • (c) the necessary arrangements have been made by the recipient of the information in order to ensure that further processing is carried out exclusively for the purpose of the purposes specified in point (a).

  • 2 In the case of or under the measure referred to in paragraph 1, detailed rules may be laid down as to the provision and the manner in which it is to take place.


Article 3.14

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  • 1 Our Minister may make available to a public body or to a third party information obtained by the processing of data from the basic registration. It shall be limited to information which shall not be retraceable to information relating to an identified or identifiable attached member.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down concerning the making available of information referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 3.15

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If on the basis of the Articles 2.55, 3rd paragraph , 3.5, third member , 3.6, third member , or 3.9, fifth paragraph Where a certified copy of information relating to a foreigner on whose person list is not present in relation to the right of residence is to be communicated to that person, it shall be communicated on that copy.


Article 3.16

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A third party may use the civil service number when processing personal data as far as necessary in relation to the proper provision of data to him from the base registration.


Article 3.17

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  • 2 The first paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to the provision of information, which is to be made available in the Article 3.14 .

  • 3 Other benefits in kind to a State body and benefits in kind on the basis of Article 3.12 take no charge.


Article 3.18

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A decision pursuant to this section on the provision of information or the making available of information shall be treated as a decision within the meaning of the General administrative law .


Section 2. The rights of the citizen

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Article 3.19

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  • 1 A request as referred to in the Articles 3.22 and 3.23 may be addressed to the college of mayor and aldermen of any municipality.

  • 2 The request may also be addressed to Our Minister. In that case, our Minister for the Application of the Articles 3.22 and 3.23 in the place of the college, and the request shall be made by the intervention of an entry-in-office.


Article 3.20

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The provision of information to the person concerned shall be given on the basis of Article 2.55 or due to Article 2.81 in conjunction with Article 2.55.


Article 3.21

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  • 1 Where an endorsement of the provision of information to third parties is entered on the person list, no particulars of the persons list shall be provided on the basis of:

  • 3 The College shall make a decision giving the application to the second paragraph immediately known to the person concerned. It shall not give effect to the decision within a time limit set by that decision.

  • 5 The College shall take appropriate measures to publish at least once a year to residents the right referred to in the first paragraph. Publication shall be carried out through one or more day, news, or house-to-house or in any other appropriate manner.


Article 3.22

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  • 1 The College of Mayor and Aldermen shall inform the person concerned, at his request, free of charge and in writing, within four weeks, whether to provide him with information for 20 years prior to the request from the basic registration. to a government agency or a third party.

  • 2 If such provision has been made, the College shall, if requested within four weeks of receipt of the request, inform the applicant, free of charge, and in writing. The College may be limited to a communication in general terms on the provision of information, unless the interest of the applicant is thereby disproportionate to the extent of its interest.

  • 3 The college does not comply with the request referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, in so far as:

    • a. of the provision not subject to endorsement under Article 3.11, second paragraph ;

    • b. This is necessary in the interests of the security of the State or the prevention, detection and prosecution of criminal offences.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, the cases to be applied to the third paragraph, part b, may be specified.


Article 3.23

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen shall do so in writing, if on the basis of the request, the person concerned is referred to in the Articles 2.57 and 2.58 , a decision as referred to in Article 2.60 Or the judgment of the court, as referred to in Article 3 (2). Article 2.61 , with regard to the information which has been corrected, supplemented or removed, of the amendment, communication to the public authorities and third parties to whom, for 20 years prior to the request and in time elapsed since that request, the data has been provided, unless this proves impossible or a disproportionate effort is required.

  • 2 The request, referred to in paragraph 1, may address the person concerned to the college for a period of eight weeks after he has been able to take note of the change.

  • 3 The College shall inform the applicant of the persons to whom the communication referred to in the first paragraph has been made. Article 3.22, third paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 5 This Article shall apply mutatis mutandis where data relating to the person concerned have been improved, supplemented or deleted on the basis of a request Article 2.81 in connection with the Articles 2.57 , 2.58, 2.60 and 2.61 .


Article 3.24

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A decision on a request referred to in this Section shall be treated in the same way as a decision within the meaning of the General administrative law .

Chapter 4. Supervision, transitional, penalty and final provisions

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Section 1. Monitoring, research and information

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Article 4.1

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  • 1 The College of Protection of Personal Data oversees the implementation of this Act in the interests of the protection of privacy.

  • 4 The College is asked for advice on proposals of law amending this law and drafts of general measures of governance under this law that relate wholly or to an important part to the processing of personal data.


Article 4.2

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The college of mayor and aldermen designates officials in charge of overseeing compliance with the public ' s obligations. Chapter 2, Section 1, paragraph 5 .


Article 4.3

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen periodically carries out investigations into the establishment, operation and security of basic registration, as well as to processing data in basic registration, as far as the municipal provision is made of whether the college is responsible for the aptitude test.

  • 2 The college of mayor and aldermen periodically sends out an excerpt of the results of the examination to the College protection personal data.

  • 3 The first and second members shall apply mutatis mutandis to our Minister on the understanding that the investigation relates to central facilities.

  • 4 The College of Mayor and Alderman shall periodically send an extract of the results of the examination to our Minister for the purpose of a national picture of the aspects referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 5 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules relating to the periodicity and execution of the examinations referred to in paragraph 1 and the periodicity of the dispatches referred to in paragraphs 2 and 4 of this paragraph shall be set out in accordance with the rules of general measure. as well as the content of the extracts referred to in those paragraphs.


Section 2 Transitional provisions

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§ 1. The old registers

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Article 4.4

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  • 1 The college of mayor and aldermen is responsible for the execution of this law until a date to be determined by royal decree for the processing of personal data in the person register provided for in the Act. Population accounts.

  • 2 The processing of personal data referred to in paragraph 1 may be subject to or pursuant to general measures of management. It may be laid down that the person register may be held in a manner other than the form of person cards referred to in the Decision on the accounts of the population, and the destruction of personal cards may be arranged.

  • 3 No information shall be supplied from the person register other than:

    • a. Data as referred to in Article 2.7 ;

    • b. Data from box 23 of the person card.


Article 4.5

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  • 1 Our Minister is responsible for the implementation of this Law until a date to be determined by royal decree for the processing of personal data in the person card store and the switching register provided for in the Decision. Population accounts.

  • 2 Our Minister may delegate responsibility for the processing, referred to in paragraph 1, to the College of Mayor and Alderman of a municipality. The transfer shall be carried out only after agreement of that College.


Article 4.6

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Our Minister, or the Article 4.5, second paragraph , the college of mayor and aldermen, shall, at the request of the college, provide that a person is required to write a person card in the personal card archive, the information given on the person card in question. These data shall remain vested in the college to which they are provided, Article 4.4 is applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 4.7

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  • 1 There is a central repository of deceased persons, consisting of the person cards referred to in Article 69, second paragraph, of the Population Accounting Decision.

  • 2 Our Minister is responsible for the processing of personal data in the Central Archive of deceased persons referred to in the first paragraph. It is a scheme designed to protect the privacy of privacy.


Article 4.8

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  • 1 By or under general management measure, rules on charges relating to the provision of data from the above registrations shall be laid down, to the extent that Our Minister is responsible for the processing of personal data in these registrations:

    • a. The person card store;

    • b. The switchover register;

    • c. the central repository of deceased persons.

  • 2 By virtue of the rules referred to in paragraph 1, charges may be imposed only in connection with the provision of information to third parties, other than the provision in accordance with Article 3.3 , and in connection with the provision of the data concerned to the person concerned.


§ 2. Use of the administration number

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Article 4.9

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  • 1 In addition to the Article 2.7 the general information referred to shall be a date to be determined by the Royal Decree on the date of the Chapter 1, Section 1, Section 2 registered persons shall include the following general information:

    • a. The Administrative Number of the Attached Members;

    • b. the parental numbers of the parents, the spouse, the previous spouses, the registered partner, the previous registered partners and the children;

    • c. the dates on which the numbers referred to in (a) and (b) have entered into force or terminated.

  • 2 In addition to the Article 2.69 the general information referred to shall be a date to be determined by the Royal Decree on the date of the Chapter 1, Section 2, Section 2 registered persons shall include the following general information:

    • a. The Administrative Number of the Attached Members;

    • The date of entry into force of the number or termination of the number.

  • 3 Until the last of the dates referred to in the introductory words of the first and second paragraph Article 50 of the Municipal Basic Administration Personal Data Act As it was before the entry into force of this law, applicable. Until that moment, a non-resident who is registered in the basic registration shall be assigned an administration number. In so doing, the first, second, third and sixth paragraphs of Article 50 shall apply mutatis mutandis, subject to the condition that the number is assigned by Our Minister. Our Minister shall include the data referred to in the second paragraph in the basic registration.

  • 4 A public body may, until the date referred to in paragraph 3, make use of the administration number when processing personal data in the context of the performance of its task.

  • 5 A third party may, until the date referred to in paragraph 3, make use of the administration number when processing personal data, to the extent that this is necessary in relation to the correct provision to him of data from the basic registration.

  • 6 After the date referred to in the third paragraph, the administration number shall no longer be used.


§ 3. Authorisation decisions

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Article 4.10

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§ 4. Person Lists

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Article 4.11

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A person list as intended in Article 1 of the Basic Administration of Personal Data Personal Data shall apply after the entry into force of this Act as a person list as referred to in Article 1.1 (c) -From this law.


§ 5. The registration of a foreign nationality in addition to the Dutch landscape

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Article 4.12

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In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down concerning the removal and destruction of information on a foreign nationality in addition to data relating to the Dutchship or to the fact that the person concerned is treated as a Dutchman. Derogations may be made from the Articles 2.7 and 2.69 .


§ 6. Introduction of the processing of data on non-residents

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Article 4.13

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  • 1 This Article shall apply to cases as referred to in Article 2.1, third paragraph , with the exception of the case where the person concerned was resident at the time of his death.

  • 2 The former Deputy Municipality shall give our Minister an indication of the information to be included in the basic registration.

  • 3 Our Minister shall record the information by dismissing it from the declaration referred to in paragraph 2.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down on the manner in which an indication is made and the information submitted in that statement.

  • 5 This Article shall apply until such time as it is decided by Royal Decree.


Article 4.14

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The obligation, in accordance with Article 2.81, first paragraph , does not apply after a tender as referred to in Article 2.66 , where the invitation to tender is made on the basis of a request, as referred to in Article 2.68 and shall be made in respect of persons known to be members of the designated administrative bodies at the time of entry into force of this Act.


§ 7. The stagnated transition from GBA to basic registration persons

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Article 4.15

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  • 1 A college of mayor and aldermen gives implementation to this law using the municipal supply to which execution was given to the Law municipal basic administration of personal data (the old municipal supply) or with the municipal supply that is tailored to the basic registration persons (the new municipal provision).

  • 2 The transfer of municipalities from the old to the new facilities is made by municipality or group of municipalities.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down in relation to the transition, including rules concerning the timing of the transfer. These rules may derogate from the Chapter 2 and 3 of this Law, in so far as it concerns:

    • a. conversion of data, where a municipality with an old facility becomes the municipality;

    • b. the making of requests as referred to in Article 2.53 to a municipality other than the appropriate municipality;

    • c. the making of a request as referred to in Article 2.59 ;

    • d. providing data on the basis of the Articles 3.5 and 3.6 on persons for which the municipality is not the appropriate municipality;

    • e. the making of requests as referred to in Article 3.19 to any other than the non-attached municipality, and

    • f. other aspects relating to the updating and provision of data, to the extent that the derogation is necessary in relation to good aptitude and provision of the data in the basic registration during the transition from the old to the new provisions.


Article 4.16

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  • 1 A public body to which, or a third party to which systematic information is supplied, exchanges messages with the central facilities on how the message exchange took place among the Law municipal basic administration of personal data (the old message exchange) or in the manner that is tailored to the basic registration persons (the new message exchange).

  • 2 The transfer of the public bodies referred to in paragraph 1 or third parties from the old to the new message exchange shall be carried out by public authority or third party, or by group of bodies or third parties. The transition may relate to parts of the organisation of the public body, or to the third party and to different methods of systematic distribution.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down in relation to the transition, including rules concerning the timing of the transfer.


Section 3. Penalty and final provisions

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Article 4.17

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The college of mayor and aldermen may impose an administrative penalty of up to a maximum of 325 euros:


Article 4.18

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The period referred to in Article 12, first paragraph, of the Archives Act 1995 The person who is resident on the day of his death shall start on that day, and the person who is not resident in the Netherlands after leaving the Netherlands on the day after the day of birth.


Article 4.19

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The Law municipal basic administration of personal data shall be withdrawn.


Article 4.20

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This Law shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree.


Article 4.21

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This law is cited as: Basic registration law persons.

Burdens and orders that it will be placed in the Official Gazette and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and public servants who so far as to do so will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Entry

Wassenaar, 3 July 2013

William-Alexander

The Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations,

R.H.A. Plastrong

Published the twenty-sixth of July 2013

The Secretary of State for Security and Justice,

F. Teeven