Law promoting self-housing

Original Language Title: Wet bevordering eigenwoningbezit

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Law of 11 December 2000, laying down new rules on the granting of contributions to lower income groups for the purpose of obtaining and staying in residence of an own dwelling (Wet Promotion Own-dwelling Property)

We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.

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

In this regard, we have taken the view that it is desirable to lay down rules on the granting of a contribution to people in lower income groups for the benefit of obtaining and of continuing to reside in a home;

In this way, we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-regarded and understood to be right and to be understood by the following:

Chapter 1. General provisions

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§ 1. Definitions

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Article 1. Definitions

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  • 1 The following shall be understood in this Act and the provisions which are based thereon:

    • a. 'existing dwelling': dwelling already occupied for the transfer of ownership;

    • b. Mayor and aldermen: mayor and aldermen of the municipality in which the property is located to which the owner's contribution relates;

    • c. Contributing year: year starting with the first full calendar month in which the person applying for the property contribution has acquired the property and runs until the eleventh calendar month, and the subsequent years immediately thereafter;

    • d. Owner-occupant: natural person who, alone or jointly with a person as intended in Article 2, first paragraph, point (a) or (b) , obtains a dwelling fully in property and has, or will have, a main residence therein;

    • e. Own-housing contribution: financial contribution under this Act;

    • f. Funding burden: payable amount of interest on and redemption of the mortgage loan, as evidenced by the Loan Facility Agreement;

    • g. Funding load standard: part of the financing charge that remains at least per month for the owner-occupant, expressed as a percentage of the accuser's return;

    • h. Fiscal effect: to a monthly rereated annual tax advantage that a household has its own home with respect to other households, based on the deductibility of the loan contract to be paid. amount of interest on the mortgage loan, on the one hand, and on-count of the property on the property on the other;

    • i. newbuilding dwelling: dwelling which has never been occupied for the transfer of ownership;

    • j. Our Minister: Our Minister for Wons, Wisdom and Integration;

    • k. percentage of storage: percentage by which the financing burden may be increased at most;

    • l. peildatum: first day of the five-year period, in Article 40 , first day following the third five-year period;

    • m. peilyear: calendar year preceding the contribution year;

    • n. primary allocation: allocation of own housing contribution for the first five-year period;

    • o. Key entry: tests, determined according to Article 3 ;

    • p. Key interest rate: interest rate at which a mortgage loan can be concluded;

    • q. Key capability: Key power, specified in Article 4 ;

    • r. five-year period: continuous period of five contribution years;

    • s. dwelling: constructed immovable property in so far as it is intended to be used as an independent living area, as well as the immovable property.

  • 2 In this Act, except Article 20 , and the provisions based thereon shall be understood as existing dwelling, building housing and dwelling.


Article 1a. Income and earnings terms [ Expandes by 01-07-2006]

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§ 2. Other definitions

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Article 2. Population situation

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  • 1 Those who belong to the household of the owner-occupant, referred to in this Act and the thereon-based provisions, are the owner-occupant and:

    • a. Are not sustainably separated living spouse or registered partner; or

    • (b) the person who, together with the owner-occupant, lives the dwelling and carries a common household with him, other than a blood-or relative of the owner-occupant or a foster child.

  • 2 In addition to the owner-occupant, only one other person may belong to his household.

  • 3 The following provisions shall apply in this Act and the following provisions:

    • a. Single-person household: the household of an owner-occupant, who is the pensionable age, intended for the purpose of Article 7a, first paragraph, of the General old-age law , had not yet been reached on the date of the tender for a mortgage loan in order to obtain the National Mortgage Guarantee developed under the auspices of the Foundation for Own Housing, and to which no person belongs as intended for the purpose of the guarantee. the first paragraph, points (a) and (b);

    • b. Two-person household: the household of an owner-occupant to which a person belongs as referred to in the first paragraph, (a) and (b), as the share in the joining, coming from those who are on the date of the tender for a mortgage Loan to obtain the National Mortgage Guarantee developed under the auspices of the Foundation for Own Houses under the auspices of the Foundation, the pensionable age referred to in the Article 7a, first paragraph, of the General old-age law , had reached, was half or less;

    • c. single-person household: the household of an owner-occupant who is the pensionable age, intended for the purpose of Article 7a, first paragraph, of the General old-age law , had reached the date of the tender for a mortgage loan in order to obtain the National Mortgage Guarantee developed under the auspices of the Foundation for Own Housing, and to which no person belongs in the first place of the guarantee. Paragraph (a) and (b);

    • d. Two-person household: the household of an owner-occupant to which a person belongs as referred to in the first paragraph, (a) and (b), as the share of the joining, coming from those who are on the date of the tender for a mortgage loan to obtain the National Mortgage Guarantee, developed under the auspices of the Foundation, the pensionable age, developed under the auspices of the Foundation. Article 7a, first paragraph, of the General old-age law Had reached, to be more than half.


Article 3. Join

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  • 1 The dessert provided for in this Act and the provisions based thereon shall be the sum of the dessert towers calculated in respect of those belonging to the household of the owner-occupant within the meaning of the conditions and standards of the lower than the following conditions: The Foundation for National Mortgage Guarantee, as published in the Official Journal of the European Communities, developed a National Mortgage Guarantee Fund.

  • 2 For the determination of the sum according to paragraph 1, each key shall be zeroed in negative.


Article 4. Key power

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  • 1 The testability provided for in this Act and the provisions based thereon shall be the joint ability of those belonging to the household of the owner-occupant in the year of the peyear.

  • 3 The inspector under whom the owner-occupant or the person belonging to his household is Article 3, second paragraph, of the General Law on State Taxation falls for the income tax charge, provided at the request of our Minister for the calendar year preceding the calendar year in which that owner has applied for the owner's contribution, the assets, intended to be used in the Second member, of the relevant owner-occupant or the one belonging to his household, to Our Minister.


Article 5. Cost of acquiring in property [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Chapter 2. The right to the property contribution for getting into property and then can remain indwelling of a dwelling

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§ 1. The right to the owner's contribution

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Article 6. Description of duty

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  • 1 If this law is complied with, our Minister, to meet the costs of obtaining the property and then can continue to inhabit a dwelling, knows how to apply to the owner-occupant:

    • a. three times a property contribution for three consecutive five-year periods, and thereafter

    • b. A self-housing contribution in respect of up to 15 contribution years immediately following the third five year period, in accordance with Chapter 5 .

  • 2 In respect of a particular owner-occupant, only one time of primary assignment can be considered.

  • 3 A self-housing contribution is granted only for the purpose of obtaining the property and subsequently can remain in residence of a dwelling.

  • 5 The Chapter 2 and 3 of this Act apply only to self-housing contributions as referred to in paragraph 1 (a), unless: Chapter 5 of this law.

  • 6 By ministerial arrangement:

    • a. An amount can be fixed, which is available to the highest level for the provision of self-housing contributions under this Act for a calendar year;

    • b. may be determined that, if a sum in such amount is not spent on that provision in a calendar year, the unspent amount shall be added to the amount for the calendar year immediately thereafter; and

    • c. may be subject to detailed rules on the drawing lots of applications submitted simultaneously for the award of an own housing contribution.

    Before the end of a calendar year, our Minister shall make it immediately known in the Official Journal of the European Union for the amount of the amount for that calendar year.


§ 2. Requirements applicable to each award

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Article 7. Registration of basic registration persons

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  • 1 Except in cases as referred to in Article 13 a self-housing contribution is granted only if those who belong to the household of the owner-occupant are registered as resident in the basic registration persons at the date of the poll with the address of the residence in connection with the property. The owner's own housing contribution has been requested.

  • 2 By way of derogation from the first paragraph, a self-housing contribution may be granted if the person concerned is registered with a different address in the basic registration and this cannot be attributed to him.

  • 3 Except in cases as referred to in Article 13, first paragraph , an owner's contribution is granted only if the owner-occupant is resident on the date of reference in the dwelling in connection with which the owner-contribution has been requested.


Article 8. Maximum Allowed Income [ Expired per 01-01-2007]

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Article 9. Maximum allowed keystroke

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A self-housing contribution is not granted when the keyability for a single person household or a single-person household is greater than the amount, mentioned in Article 5.5, first paragraph, of the Income Tax Act 2001 , and for a two-person household or a two-person household is more than the amount mentioned in: Article 5.5, second paragraph, of that Act .


Article 10. Mortgage Guarantee

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  • 1 A property contribution shall be granted only if, to the security of the fulfilment by the owner of the obligations arising from either the mortgage loan or a subsequent loan or subsequent credit in the current account, the financing of the ownership of a property with a mortgage on that property, for that loan, or that credit is a guarantee issued by the Foundation's Own Housing Foundation.

  • 2 The guarantee to be issued is the guarantee, intended in Article 3, first paragraph . The terms and standards referred to in that Article paragraph shall apply, unless otherwise provided for in this Act.


§ 3. Requirements applicable only to primary award

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3.1. Requirements for those who belong to the household of the owner-occupant

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Article 11. Age limit

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A primary award is required for the owner-occupant to be 18 years of age on the reference date.


Article 12. Owner-occupant no owner for transfer of ownership

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A primary award is required for the owner-occupant to have no ownership of a dwelling where he had his main residence for a period of at least three years until the date of transfer of ownership.


Article 13. Subsequent registration of basic registration persons/habitation

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  • 1 On a primary grant Article 7 not applicable, in so far as the habitation or entry in the municipal basic administration of personal data has been deferred:

    • a. because a new building is not yet habitable;

    • b. because an existing property is still inhabited by the previous occupant, or

    • c. because of past due maintenance in an existing dwelling.

  • 2 In a case referred to in paragraph 1, the owner's contribution may be withdrawn if the entry or the habitation has not taken place in the case of a situation as referred to in subparagraph (a) of that article within nine months of the statement of the entry in the notice of residence or in the case of a situation referred to in parts b and c of that article within nine months of the date of the date of the date of the date of the reference. The withdrawal shall take place as from the first day of the calendar month following the end of that nine-month period.


Article 14. Legitimate stay in the Netherlands [ Expired on 01-01-2007]

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3.2. Requirements to the dwelling

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Article 15. Maximum purchase price, maximum mortgage loan

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  • 1 For a primary award, it is required that:

    • a. The purchase price of the property does not exceed € 181 000; and

    • b. The amount of mortgage loan does not exceed the amount, mentioned under a, increased by 8 percent.

  • 2 The amount referred to in paragraph 1 (a) shall be amended as from 1 January of each year, in accordance with Article 41 .


Article 16. Differentiation on the basis of regional housing market [ Expats per 01-01-2007]

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Article 17. New Build Guarantee Certificate [ Expect by 13-06-2008]

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Article 18. Existing Dwelling: Valuation Report [ Expired per 01-01-2007]

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Article 19. Existing property should be in good condition [ Expated by 01-01-2007]

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Article 20. Existing dwelling not on severely contaminated soil

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A primary allocation for an existing dwelling requires that it be located not on the bottom, which is Soil Protection Act it is determined that it is seriously contaminated.


Article 21. Residential or resident vehicles [ Expandsof 01-01-2007]

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3.3. Other requirements

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Article 22. Restrictive clauses in connection with acquisition of ownership [ Expats per 02-09-2008]

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Article 23. Further requirements relating to mortgage lending

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A primary grant is required for the mortgage loan to be concluded for a period of interest to be determined under a ministerial arrangement.


§ 3a. Requirements applicable only to award after the second five-year period

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Article 23a. Requirements for ewb after 10 years

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On the granting of a property contribution after the second five-year period is Article 23 applicable mutatis mutandis.


§ 4. Hardness, transfer of ewb at loss of property

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Article 24. Hardness

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  • 1 Our Minister can, of its own motion or at the request of the owner-occupant, if in a particular case the inabridged application of the relevant provisions, having regard to the importance which this law seeks to protect, to an imfairness of lead:

  • 2 A decrease in income, or a decrease in ability after the poll year, may not result in the application of the first member.


Article 25. Transfer of ewb at loss of ownership

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  • 1 If, in the course of the five-year period, the owner loses ownership of the property, the owner's contribution shall be made on the name of his spouse, registered partner or blood-or relative to the first or second degree, if:

    • a. At least half of the owner remains, or becomes, or becomes a restricted right to that dwelling;

    • b. that property at the time of loss of property, referred to in the chapeau, inhabited and

    • (c) that dwelling remains habitable.

  • 2 In the case of a loss of ownership of the dwelling as referred to in paragraph 1 without replacing the property of another dwelling, and where subparagraph a, b or c of that paragraph is not fulfilled, Article 50, first paragraph , applicable.

Chapter 3. The level of the property contribution

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Article 26. Key interest determination

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  • 1 The percentage of the key rate is fixed by ministerial arrangement, taking into account the interest rate used in the granting of a mortgage loan exited in the form of an annuity mortgage.

  • 2 The percentage referred to in paragraph 1 may be amended by ministerial arrangement if there is reason to do so as a result of the development of the interest rate referred to in the first paragraph.


Article 27. Fiscal Impact Calculation

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  • 2 The factors referred to in paragraph 1 may be amended in accordance with Article 41 .


Article 28. Minimum income measurement point [ Expr per 01-01-2007]

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Article 29. Tax relief and storage rate provision

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  • 1 The financing standard shall be established by means of a ministerial arrangement.

  • 2 In the case of a ministerial arrangement, a storage rate is fixed. That percentage shall be:

    • a. In the case of dessert goods of € 34 525 or more so as to enable a mortgage loan in the form of an annuity to be adjusted to the amount specified in the form of a mortgage in such a way as to enable it to be adjusted to the amount of Article 15, first paragraph, point (b) , then

    • b. In the case of dessert goods of less than € 34 525, this percentage corresponds to the percentage fixed under subparagraph a, which applies to a key entry of € 34 525.

  • 3 The percentages referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 may be amended by means of a ministerial arrangement if there is reason to do so as a result of the development of the interest rate referred to in the Article 26, first paragraph .

  • 4 The amount referred to in paragraph 2 shall be amended as from 1 January of each year, in accordance with Article 41 .

  • For the purposes of the implementation of the first and second paragraphs, in the case of a ministerial arrangement, the dessert income shall be divided into income classes, with the key rate, the maximum mortgage loan, the corresponding tax burden and the corresponding financing rate. the corresponding percentage referred to in paragraph 2 shall be indicated.

  • 6 The key components of the same income class may not exceed € 500 of each other.

  • 7 By ministerial arrangement, every year, with effect from 1 January, the breakdown in income classes is revised.


Article 30. Calculation height ewb

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  • 2 The concession referred to in paragraph 1 shall be the result of the formula:

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    to what formula is proposed:

    H: the amount of the accreation process;

    Rx: the result of the calculation of the financial burden arising from mortgage lending under the terms and standards specified in the case of Article 3, first paragraph , expressed as a percentage;

    Ro: the percentage, which is to be found in Article 29, first paragraph ;

    f: the applicable factor, intended to be applied in Article 27 -That applies to the poll date.

  • 3 There is only a property contribution as referred to in Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) , awarded if the result of the formula referred to in the second paragraph is positive and the difference between Rx and Ro as referred to in the second paragraph does not exceed the storage rate.

  • 4 The concession calculated in accordance with the second paragraph shall be rounded up to the whole of the euro.


Article 31. Maximum Ewb [ Expired per 01-01-2007]

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Article 32. Increases [ Exp per 26-03-2004]

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Chapter 4. Trapping system [ Expated by 01-01-2007]

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Article 33. Definitions for 'trapping system' [ Expated per 01-01-2007]

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Article 34. The right to a special contribution [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 35. Special contribution procedure [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 36. Reckoning and recovery [ Expandable by 01-01-2007]

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Article 37. Privacy Protection [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 38. Hardness [ Expensed by 01-01-2007]

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Chapter 5. The right to the owner's housing contribution after the third five-year period

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Article 39. Requirements for ewb after 15 years

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  • 1 By ministerial arrangement, an interest-rate period may be determined, for which the loan or current account appropriation to finance the ownership of a property with the security of the mortgage on that property must be closed, to be eligible for a property contribution as intended in Article 6, first paragraph, point (b) .


Article 40. Calculation height of the ewb after 15 years

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  • 2 The concession referred to in point (a) of paragraph 1 shall be calculated using the formula provided for in the first paragraph of this Article. Article 30, second paragraph , except that in that formula:

    H: the amount of the joining on the poll date, as amended by the development of consumer prices (all households), as expected to take place on reasonable expectations;

    Rx: the result of the calculation of the current rate of borrowing from mortgage lending under the conditions and standards referred to in Article 5 (2) of the Treaty. Article 3, first paragraph , expressed as a percentage;

    Ro: the percentage, which is to be found in Article 29, first paragraph -That's the case of the poll date.

  • 3 There is only a property contribution as referred to in Article 6, first paragraph, point (b) , awarded if the outcome of the formula referred to in paragraph 2 is positive for the 16th contribution year and the difference between Rx and Ro as referred to in the second paragraph does not exceed the storage rate.

  • 4 The concession referred to in point (b) of the first paragraph shall be the result of the formula:

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    to what formula is proposed:

    H: the amount of the dessert application that applies on the poll date;

    Rx: the result of the calculation of the current rate of borrowing from mortgage lending under the conditions and standards referred to in Article 5 (2) of the Treaty. Article 3, first paragraph , expressed as a percentage;

    Ro: the percentage, which is to be found in Article 29, first paragraph ;

    f: the applicable factor, intended to be applied in Article 27 -That applies to the poll date.

  • 5 The property contribution, referred to in Article 6, first paragraph, point (b) , half of the net present value of the amounts calculated in accordance with the second to the fourth paragraph as regards the contribution years for which the result of the formula referred to in the second paragraph is positive.

  • 6 The contribution to be granted according to the fifth paragraph shall be rounded up to the whole of the euro.

Chapter 6. Modification of amounts and factors

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Article 41. Amendment

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  • 1 By ministerial arrangement, with effect from 1 January each year, the amount shall be mentioned in: Article 15, first paragraph, point (a) (maximum purchase price), as amended by the development of the price index for construction costs.

  • 2 By ministerial arrangement, with effect from 1 January each year, the amount is mentioned in: Article 29, second paragraph , amended with the development of consumer prices (all households) in the year preceding the year of peillation, as published in January of the year in the Official Gazette.

  • 3 By ministerial arrangement, the factors referred to may be Article 27, first paragraph (tax effect), will be changed if there is a change in tax law.

  • 4 The amounts and factors shall be rounded as follows:

    • a. The amounts referred to in the first and second paragraphs shall be rounded up to a multiple of € 25;

    • (b) the factors referred to in paragraph 3 shall be rounded up to two decimal places.

  • 5 The amounts and factors fixed in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 3 shall be published in the Official Journal no later than 1 November each year at the latest.

  • 6 Upon a subsequent amendment of these amounts and these factors are assumed to be the amounts and factors as they were before they were completed.

Chapter 7. Application, allocation and payment

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Article 42. Application

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  • 1 The application for the award of a property contribution shall be made by means of a complete completed form. Our Minister is holding the form. Our Minister, the financier who has issued the quotation for a mortgage loan that the owner-occupant has accepted or other persons or bodies appointed by Our Minister to do so-make the form available.

  • 2 The application for a grant other than a primary shall be submitted before the beginning of the five-year period covered by that application. If the first sentence is not fulfilled, no further application can be made.

  • (3) If the household of the owner-occupant is another person other than himself, the application shall be accompanied by a declaration of the other person, including:

    • a. that the information on the income mentioned on the application form is accurate, and

    • (b) that the Inspector of State Taxes or Our Minister for the purpose of this information shall obtain information and provide information to the owner of the State in the application of the information provided by the Commission. Articles 2 , 3 , 4 and 6 was allowed.

  • 5 Copies of the following documents shall be attached to the application for primary allocation:

    • a. Purchase Agreement;

    • b. the tender referred to in the first paragraph indicating that the mortgage loan is provided under the guarantee, referred to in Article 10 ;

    • c. the data relating to the joining of the acces to the conditions and standards referred to in the Annex Article 3, first paragraph .

  • 6 In case of application for a grant other than a primary, at least the particulars referred to in paragraph 5 (c) shall be added.

  • 7 The application shall be submitted to our Minister, in case of an application for a primary award, possibly through the intervention of the financier, the persons or the authorities, referred to in paragraph 1. Our Minister shall inform that financier, the persons or the authorities immediately of the receipt of the application.

  • 8 A request as referred to in Article 24 shall form part of the application referred to in this Article.


Article 43. Time limits, application for a primary grant

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  • 1 Our Minister takes a decision on:

    • a. Application for a primary award: within a period of two weeks from the date of its submission; and

    • b. An application for a grant other than a primary one: within four months of its submission.

  • 2 Our Minister decides on applications as referred to in the first paragraph, part a, in order of receipt, except that when the applicant is under Article 4: 5 of the General Administrative Law Act has had the opportunity to supplement the application, the date on which the application was supplemented as the date of receipt.

  • 3 If the decision involves a primary award, the owner-occupant shall send to our Minister as soon as possible:

    • a. An authentic copy of the deed of delivery of the property; and

    • b. A copy of the Loan Loan Agreement.

  • 4 Our Minister proposes the financier, intended Article 42, first paragraph , forthwith in knowledge of a decision as referred to in paragraph 3 and of the receipt of the documents referred to in (a) and (b) of that paragraph.


Article 44. Payout

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  • 1 The owner's contribution, as referred to in Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) , it shall be paid over a period of one month immediately after the end of that period. The first payment shall take place over the first calendar month of the five-year period. Payment is made because our Minister pays the owner-occupant contribution to the owner-occupant. Payment of the first five-year period shall not commence until such time as our Minister, as such, has been mentioned. Article 43, third paragraph -Hasn't received it. A ministerial arrangement may lay down detailed rules on the arrangements for the payment of such payments.

  • 2 The owner's contribution, as referred to in Article 6, first paragraph, point (b) , is suddenly paid to the financier, intended in Article 42, first paragraph , during the month following the month in which the last payment was made in accordance with the first paragraph. Our Minister informs the owner-occupant of this in writing.


Article 45. Dispose of

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  • 1 The property contribution shall not be open to alienation, sexual assault, seizing, seizure or extraction and story, except that attachment, story and, in case of pledge, extraction is permitted for the purposes of collecting the mortgage burden.

  • 2 Each clause, contrary to the first paragraph, shall be null and void.

Chapter 8. Disclosure, verification, suspension, review and recovery

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Article 46. Household owner-occupant information

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  • 1 Those who belong to the household of the owner-occupant are obliged to provide, out of their own accord, to our Minister immediately any information on which they may reasonably have them, and which may reasonably be of interest for the determination of the right to and the level of the property contribution.

  • 2 Persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall be obliged to supply the information referred to in that paragraph upon request to our Minister and to the officials designated by him for that purpose.


Article 47. Financial obligation to provide information

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  • 1 The financier, intended in Article 42, first paragraph , is obliged to inform our Minister, at his request, immediately with regard to the mortgage loan that he may reasonably have available for, and which may reasonably be of interest to the establishment of the loan. right up and the level of the property contribution.

  • 2 Our Minister shall inform the owner-occupant of any data as referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 48. Control capacity [ Expated by 28-12-2005]

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Article 49. Suspend

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Our Minister may suspend payment of the property contribution in whole or in part if he can reasonably suspect that an own housing contribution has been wrongly or unsettled or is no longer met by a requirement. for the primary allocation.


Article 50. Revised and recovered

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  • 1 Our Minister may revise the award:

    • a. If a requirement for the primary award is no longer fulfilled;

    • (b) if the award has been made by way of derogation from this law or the provisions based thereon; or

    • c. if Article 43, third paragraph , or 46, second paragraph No, it's not being observed.

  • 2 A decision as referred to in paragraph 1 may be granted retroactively in respect of a maximum of five contribution years preceding the current contribution year:

    • a. if the data provided by the person belonging to the household of the owner-occupant appears to have been inaccurate or incomplete, that another decision would have been taken if the correct or full information has been received by our Minister have been known;

    • b. if Article 43, third paragraph , or 46, second paragraph , is not complied with, or

    • c. if the owner-occupant could reasonably have understood that the property contribution was granted unduly or up to an excess amount.

  • 3 As the first member finds application, Our Minister is competent to recover the wrongfully or overpaid property contribution from the owner-occupant, or to the settlement of that property contribution with claims of self-housing contributions of the owner-occupant.

  • 4 Our Minister may, if the review finds its ground in the fact that the application form has not been filled to truth, then Article 46 has not been complied with, the amount to be recovered shall be increased by 25%, provided that this increase does not exceed € 225 per contribution year, on which an owner's own housing contribution was erroneously received. The increase may be involved in a settlement referred to in the third paragraph.


Article 51. Recoverable

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  • 2 If the owner-occupant is defaulted, the recovery of the amount due, plus the costs of recovery, may be made in the case of a warrant.

  • 5 With respect to the opposition to the enforcement of the coercive order Article 17 of the Act of Invorting mutatis mutandis, except that 'the recipient who issued the warrant' shall be replaced by 'the consignee in charge of the enforcement of the order', except in that article.

Chapter 9. Administrative disclosure, monitoring of compliance and information

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Article 52. General information provision

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In the case of a general measure of management, the persons and bodies designated by that measure, with the exception of those belonging to the household of the owner-occupant, may be required to collect data free of charge and copies of documents provide to the mayor and aldermen and our Minister, insofar as such provision is necessary for the implementation of this law. It is possible to lay down detailed rules on that provision.


Article 53. Information by b&w

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Mayor and aldermen provide our Minister with information on the implementation of this law upon request, as well as access to the documents, as determined by our Minister.


Article 54. Citizen Service Number

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In the administration on the implementation of this law, the civil service number is included of those who belong to the household of the owner-occupant. This civil service number shall be used in the provision of data on the implementation of this Act. 'Civil service number' means the number, intended for the purpose of Article 1 (b) of the general provisions Act civil service number .


Article 55. Monitoring of compliance

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


Article 56. Derogation by general measure of management [ Expestablished per 01-01-2007]

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Article 57. Information

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Rules governing information on this law may be laid down in or pursuant to general measures of management.

Chapter 10. Amendment of other laws, transitional and final provisions

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§ 1. Change other laws

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Article 58. Amendment Rent Grant Act

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Article 59. Amendment General law

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Article 60 [ Expated per 01-01-2001]

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§ 2 Transitional and final provisions

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Article 61. Detailed rules at amvb [ Expired by 01-01-2007]

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Article 62. Pendant Procedures [ Expired per 13-06-2008]

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Article 63. Transitional duty

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As from the date of entry into force of this Act, no award grants shall be determined on the basis of any arrangement relating to them by our Minister.


Article 63a. Transitional duty in relation to income and wealth [ Expandes by 28-12-2005]

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Article 64. Review

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  • 1 Our Minister shall report annually to the States General on the operation of this Act.

  • 2 Without prejudice to the first paragraph, our Minister shall, within four years of the entry into force of this Act, and then three annually, send to the States General a report on the effectiveness and effects of this law in practice.


Article 65. Entry of

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


Article 66. Citation Title

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This law is cited as: Promotion of self-housing property.

Burdens and orders that it will be placed in the Official Gazette, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and officials who so concern will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Given at The Hague, 11 December 2000

Beatrix

The Secretary of State for Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment,

J. W. Remkes

The Secretary of State for Finance,

W. J. Bos

Published on the 21st of December 2000

The Minister of Justice,

A. H. Korthals