Common Arrangements Law

Original Language Title: Wet gemeenschappelijke regelingen

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Act of 20 December 1984 introducing new provisions relating to common rules

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 adopt new provisions on common rules;

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

Chapter I. Arrangements between municipalities

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 1

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  • 1 The councils, the colleges of mayor and aldermen and the mayors of two or more municipalities may, individually or together, each in so far as they are competent for their own local authority, make common rules for the protection of the One or more of the interests of these municipalities.

  • 2 The colleges of mayor and aldermen and the mayors are not about to enter into a settlement than after obtaining the permission of the local councils. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Section 2. General provisions

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§ 1. Content of the scheme

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Article 2 [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Article 3 [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Article 4 [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Article 5 [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Article 6 [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Article 7 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2006]

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Article 8

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  • 1 A public body may be established under the scheme. The public body is a legal person.

  • 2 In cases of particular eligibility, the scheme may, instead of a public body, be set up by a joint body.

  • 3 In the scheme to which only the number of mayors and aldermen is involved, a trade organisation may be set up in the case where the scheme is made exclusively for the purpose of controlling and controlling the support processes and execution tasks of the participants. The farm operating organisation is a legal person.

  • 4 In the scheme, the powers of the boards of the participating municipalities may be mandated to bodies and persons acting under the responsibility of one of the participating municipalities, unless the scheme to which the power is based is resistance to that.


Article 9

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  • 1 The arrangements adopted for an indefinite period shall lay down provisions on the amendment, termination, accession and consequences of withdrawal, taking into account: Article 1 .

  • 2 The arrangement whereby a public body or an organisation of business is set up shall lay down provisions on the liquidation of the assets in the event of the disbanding of that public body.

  • 3 The public body established by a scheme or an operating organisation shall continue to exist after its dissolution, in so far as it is necessary for its assets to be wound up.


Article 10

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  • 1 The Arrangement shall state the interests or interests of which it has been affected or modified.

  • 2 A scheme, using the power, intended to be used in the Article 8, first, second or third paragraphs It shall specify the powers to which the boards of the participating municipalities are transferred to the public body's administration or the organisation of the undertaking by the Joint Committee when the scheme is entered into. A scheme such as this may include provisions on how to bring about change in the delegated powers, on the understanding that it cannot be determined that the administration of the public body or the public body (b) The joint body may decide to extend the transferred powers.

  • 3 A system as referred to in paragraph 2 shall lay down provisions on the establishment and composition of the administration of the public body and shall appoint the composition of the Joint Body and designate the place of establishment.


Article 10a

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  • 1 Participants in any arrangement using the power, intended to be used in Article 8, first, second or third paragraphs , shall cooperate in the execution of decisions which take on the board of a public body or a trade organisation organisation or body in connection with the exercise of the transferred to that board or body. powers.

  • 2 If a participant in the judgment of the administration of a public body or a trade organization or body does not or does not adequately provide the cooperation referred to in paragraph 1, that Board or carry out, or carry out, a decision on behalf of and at the expense of the participant concerned.

  • 3 Before entering into application of paragraph 2, the management of the participant concerned shall be informed of the intention of the participant concerned.


Article 11

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The Arrangement may specify a period of time during which one or more of the participants is or are exempted from rights and obligations arising from this Arrangement.


§ 2. Indirection and composition of the management of the public body and the operating organisation and of the joint body

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Article 12

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  • 1 The administration of the public body is made up of a general administration, a daily board and a chairman.

  • 2 The general administration is at the head of the public body.

  • 3 The Chairman is also the Chairman of the Governing Council and the Executive Board.


Article 13

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  • 1 The general administration of a public body, established by a scheme exclusively adopted by councils, shall consist of members appointed by the Council from among its members, with the exception of the President, per participating municipality. If the scheme is co-affected by councils, the general administration shall be composed of members appointed by the Board from among its members, including the President, and from the aldermen by the Council. If the scheme is intended exclusively for the training and training of civil servants, the scheme may be determined by the local authority as a member of the general administration.

  • 2 The membership of the Governing Council shall end automatically as soon as it ceases to be a member or chairman of the board of whose centre one is designated or ceases to be an alderman or secretary of the relevant participating municipality.

  • 3 The scheme shall determine the number of members of the General Board, appointed by the Board of each participating municipality.

  • 4 The scheme may include:

    • (a) differences between the number of members designated by the boards of the participating municipalities;

    • (b) Members designated by the boards of certain participating municipalities have multiple voting rights.

    • (c) the general administration shall act by qualified majority on acts specified in the scheme.

  • 5 The scheme may also include:

    • (a) designate members of the general management of not all but at least two participating municipalities;

    • (b) appoint the boards of two or more participating municipalities jointly with members of the general administration.

  • 6 The general administration of a public body, established by a scheme exclusively affected by the colleges of mayor and aldermen, consists of members appointed by the college from among its members per participating municipality. The provisions of the second to fifth paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 7 In the event that the scheme has been taken exclusively by mayors, they are the general government. The scheme may include the fact that mayors of certain municipalities have multiple voting rights.

  • 8 The arrangement, referred to in paragraph 7, may also include:

    • (a) not all of the Participating Mayors shall sit on the General Board;

    • b. Two or more participating mayors shall jointly designate one or more members of the Governing Board from among their members.

  • 9 The chairman of the public body shall be appointed by and from the general management, subject to the rules laid down in the procedure.

  • 10 The general administration of a public body, established by a scheme exclusively affected by colleges of mayor and aldermen and mayors together, consists of:

    • a. Members appointed by the College of the College of Commissioners from among its members per participating municipality, the second to the fifth paragraph of which shall apply mutatis mutandis; and

    • b. The mayors of the participating municipalities, where the seventh paragraph, second sentence, and eighth member, shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 14

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  • 1 The daily administration of the public body shall be composed of the President and two or more other members, by designating and from the general administration, subject to the provisions of the Arrangement. The members of the executive board so designated shall not be taken from the same municipality.

  • 2 If the nature of the scheme so provides, one or more members of the Executive Board, other than the Chairman, may be designated from outside the general administration, subject to such rules as may be members must not be the majority of the executive board.

  • 3 The members of the Executive Board may never make up the majority of the Executive Board, unless there is a settlement as referred to in Article 3 (1) of the Treaty. Article 13, seventh paragraph , with less than six participating municipalities.


Article 14a

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The management of an operating organisation shall consist of members designated by the College for each participating municipality in the middle of the course of the management. Article 13, second to the fifth paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 15

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On the composition of the joint body referred to in Article 8, second paragraph , is Article 13 applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 16

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  • 1 The rules governing the manner in which a member of the public administration of the public body or a member of the common body designated by the Board of the public authority may be called to account for the adoption of a general public administration of the body of the public body or body. He shall be the one responsible for that body in that administration.

  • 2 The rules governing the manner in which a member of the general administration of the public body or a member of the joint body designated by that member of the public body requested by one or more members of that council shall be information shall be provided.

  • 3 Where application is given to Article 13, fifth paragraph, point (a) , the rules governing the manner in which the board which does not appoint a member of the general administration of the public body or body shall be subject to the information requested by one or more members of that council. It shall be responsible and the responsibility requested by the Board of Governors in respect of the policy pursued by that administration.

  • 4 The rules governing the power of the Board, a member of the general administration of the public body designated by him or a member of the Joint Body designated by him, are to be dismissed if that member is the member of the Committee on the Rules of Confidence of the board no longer possesses.

  • 5 In the provision of information pursuant to either the first or third member, or accountability under either the second or third member, a member of the public body or a member of the public body shall provide the information to the competent authorities of the Member State. Common body on matters relating to Article 23 confidentiality is required only information, if under Article 25 of the Municipal Act Secrecy has been imposed. The latter may be waived first, after a decision has been taken by the public administration of the public body or by the body responsible for the termination of confidentiality.


Article 17

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The system shall lay down provisions governing the manner in which the management of the public body or the management organisation or the joint body, on the boards of the participating municipalities, are the members of such councils. the information requested shall be provided.


Article 18

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Article 16 shall apply mutatis mutandis to arrangements made exclusively by colleges of mayor and aldermen as well as arrangements made exclusively by colleges of mayor and aldermen and mayors, as far as they are concerned, the members referred to in Article 13 (a) (a) (a) On the understanding that for 'public administration of the public body' it is read 'the general administration of the public body or the management of the organisation of the organisation of the business'.


Article 19

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  • 1 Where the scheme is exclusively affected by colleges of mayor and aldermen Article 16, first, second, third and fifth members , mutatis mutandis, with regard to the local councils and one or more members of such councils, subject to the fact that 'the public administration of the public body' shall read 'the public administration of the public body'. body or management of the farm organisation '.


Article 19a

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  • 1 The day-to-day administration and each of its members shall be accountable to the general government for the management of the executive board.

  • 2 The Executive Board shall provide the general government with all information necessary for the exercise of its role in the exercise of its functions.

  • 3 The general administration may decide to resign a member of the executive board if this member does not hold the trust of the general government. On the resignation decision Article 4: 8 of the General Administrative Law Act Not applicable. The judge does not act in the assessment of the grounds on which the general board of directors has decided to resign from a member of the executive board.


Article 19b

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  • 1 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the public body, the management of the organisation of the organization of the business of the public administration of the public body, the management of the public body, must be the subject of a Joint Body Our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations and the provincial administration on the request of a notice and council.

  • 2 The Governing Body shall communicate its request and its content to the participants in the Executive Board.


Article 20

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  • 1 A member of the administration of the public body or the operating organisation may:

    • a. Not acting as a lawyer, agent or adviser for the benefit of the other party of the public body or the organisation of the farm or for the purposes of the administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm in disputes;

    • b. are not acting as a representative or consultant for the benefit of third parties until they enter into the public body or the farm operating organisation:

      • 1st. Agreements as referred to in subparagraph (c);

      • 2e. agreements on the provision of immovable property to the public body or the business operating organisation;

    • c. To enter into an agreement, directly or indirectly, concerning:

      • (1st) the adoption of work for the benefit of the public body or the organisation of the farm;

      • 2nd. the non-employment of remuneration of operations for the public body or of the organisation of the farm;

      • 3rd. the delivery of movable property other than not to the public body or the farm operating organisation;

      • (4th) renting out to the public body or the farm organisation of any property, except immovable property;

      • 5th. the acquisition of disputed claims against the public body or the operating organisation;

      • 6th. the acquisition of immovable property or limited rights to which they are subject, from the public body or the farm operating organisation;

      • 7th. the subshands for renting or paining of the public body or the farm operating organisation.

  • 2 Of the first paragraph C Member States may grant exemption from the Member States.

  • 3 In respect of a member of the Joint Body, the first A applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 21

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  • 1 The members of the board of a public body or a business executive organisation or body may pay a concession to the costs and, in so far as they do not fulfil the function of alderman, mayor or secretary, a receive compensation for their work. Such compensation and reimbursement shall be determined by the scheme or by the general administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the body. Detailed rules may be laid down in the context of, or pursuant to, a general measure of management. The amount of the allowance shall be reasonable in proportion to the work connected with membership, taking into account the remuneration for work received by the Member of the Board by virtue of its membership of the Board.

  • 2 As regards the members referred to in paragraph 1, the management of a public body, or the management of a business organisation, or the joint body, may, in addition, be a matter for the procedure referred to in the first paragraph. Provision of compensation or reimbursement of special costs and other financial provisions related to the fulfilment of the membership of the administration of a public body or an organisation of business or of the organisation of the market Common body. Detailed rules may be laid down in the context of, or pursuant to, a general measure of management.

  • 3 A decision of the general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation, or of the joint body referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be sent to the Member States.


Article 22

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  • 2 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation and the joint body shall meet at least twice a year.

  • 3 The meetings of the Governing Council shall be public.

  • 4 The doors shall be closed when a fifth of the members present so requests, or the Chair considers it necessary.

  • 5 The Governing Council shall then decide whether or not to meet with closed doors.


Article 23

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  • 1 The general board may be in a closed meeting, on the basis of interests mentioned in Article 10 of the Public Administration , as regards the contents of the documents which are to be presented to the general administration in that meeting, secrecy imposed on them. It shall be taken into account by those who were present at the time of treatment and all those who are aware of the treated or supporting documents until the general administration has lifted it.

  • 2 On the basis of the interests mentioned in Article 10 of the Public Administration the secrecy may also be imposed by the Executive Board and the Chairman of the Public Body and by a committee as referred to in Article 24 or 25 , each in respect of documents which they submit to the general administration or to the members of the general management. Of these, the documents are reported.

  • 3 The obligation to secrecy imposed on the general administration under paragraph 2 is to lapse if the imposition is not by the general management at its next meeting, which, according to the attendance register, is by more than half of the period number of members, representing more than half the number of votes, shall be subject to ratification.

  • 4 The obligation to secrecy imposed on members of the general administration pursuant to paragraph 2 shall be respected by them until the institution, which has imposed the obligation, or, if the subject matter of which is secret, have been submitted to the general administration until the general administration lifts it. The general administration may take this decision only in a meeting which, according to the attendance register, has been visited by more than half of the number of members, representing more than half the number of votes.

  • 5 Article 22 and the first paragraph of this Article shall also apply to the joint body, where the procedure has been taken or has been taken by municipal councils.


§ 3. The committees

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Article 24

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body can set up commissions of advice. It governs the powers and composition. Article 22 of the Municipal Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 2 The establishment of standing committees of opinions to the Executive Board or to the President and to the rules of its powers and composition shall be carried out by the Executive Board on a proposal from the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the European Parliament. President.

  • 3 Other committees of opinions to the Executive Board or to the President shall be set by the Executive Board as the Bureau as a daily rule.

  • 4 The members of committees of advice who are not mayor, alderman or member of a municipal council may receive a fee for attending meetings of the committee. The Articles 96 to 99 of the Municipal Act And the detailed rules laid down in accordance with that procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis, provided that, where it is divided into municipal classes, the provisions of the population of the municipal class of 50 001-100 000 inhabitants are to be determined. is applicable.


Article 25

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  • 2 The general administration shall not set up a committee as referred to in paragraph 1 rather than after the boards of the participating municipalities have been informed of this intention and have been given the opportunity to express their wishes and concerns. to be notified to the general administration.

  • 3 The general administration may delegate to a committee referred to in the first paragraph powers of the general administration and of the day-to-day administration of the public body, unless the nature of the authority opposes it. In any event, the general administration may not delegate the power to:

    • (a) the adoption of the budget or the annual accounts referred to in Article 34 ;

    • b. The lifting of rights referred to in Article 30 (a) (a) ;

    • c. to enforce regulations by means of punitive or administrative coercion.

  • 4 The powers of the Executive Board may not be transferred to the Executive Board on a proposal from the Executive Board.

  • 5 In respect of a committee as referred to in paragraph 1, the general management shall also, in so far as it is necessary for the nature and extent of the delegated powers, to act as follows:

    • (a) the rules of operation of the Commission;

    • b. the open-ability of meetings;

    • (c) the preparation, implementation and disclosure of decisions of the committee;

    • d. the supervision of the general and the day-to-day management of the exercise of powers of that committee;

    • e. the ratio of transferred powers to those of general and executive management;

    • f. the accountability to the general administration.

  • 6 With regard to the meeting of a committee to which powers of the general administration have been transferred Article 22, third, fourth and fifth members applicable mutatis mutandis, subject to detailed rules laid down by the general administration.

  • 7 If the committee has addressed the general administration with regard to the matter in respect of which an obligation to secrecy is concerned, secrecy shall be respected until the general administration of the committee raises its question.

  • 8 The general administration may decide and destroy other non-written decisions on any legal effect of a committee set up by it. The Executive Board may delegate its powers of suspension to the Executive Board. As regards the destruction of non-written decisions with a view to any legal action, the Divisions 10.2.2. and 10.2.3. of the General Law governing law applicable mutatis mutandis.


§ 4. Publication and entry into force of a common system

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Article 26

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  • (1) The municipal authorities designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a farm organisation or a joint body, the administration of the municipality of the place of establishment, shall transmit the scheme to the Member States of the province or provinces in which the participating municipalities are located.

  • 2 The local authority designated under the scheme for the purpose of establishing the municipality of the place of establishment shall make the system known in due time in all participating municipalities by notifying its contents of its contents in the State Gazette. Article 140 of the Municipal Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Article 27

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  • 1 Mayor and aldermen keep a register of the schemes in which their municipality participates.

  • 2 In each case, the following shall be indicated:

    • a. Participants

    • b. the legal provisions governing the powers of the grouping

    • c. the powers that apply to the scheme or, with the application of Article 10, second paragraph, second sentence , transferred under the scheme

    • d. the address and place of establishment

    • e. or a public body, a trade organisation organisation, or a joint body is established.

  • 3 The registers shall be available free of charge for inspection. Copies of or extracts from that entered in the registers shall be made available to each person at the request of his or her own party.

  • 4 In the case of a general measure of management, detailed rules may be laid down regarding the establishment of the registers.


Article 28

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  • 1 Disputes concerning the application, in the broadest sense, of a settlement between the boards of participating communes or between the boards of one or more municipalities and the administration of the public body or of the organisation of undertakings or the management of the public body The joint body shall be decided by the Member States in so far as they do not belong to the said State, Article 112, First paragraph of the Constitution or to the one, whose decision is under Article 112, second paragraph of the Constitution is instructed to do so either to the judiciary or to courts that are not members of the judiciary.

  • In the decision of the dispute, the Member States deputed for the decision of the dispute may decide to take a decision taking account of the period laid down in their decision and within a period to be allowed for that purpose. If, within the prescribed period, the decision has not been taken, this shall be done by Member States.

  • 3 In cases of urgency, the Member States may, on the basis of the decision of the dispute, take the decision of the latter as referred to in the second paragraph.


§ 5. Provincial cross-border cooperation

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Article 29

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If the participating municipalities are located in more than one province, the powers of the Member States with respect to the public body, the operating organisation or the joint body shall be exercised by depudiated States. State of the province, in which the place of establishment is situated. Each Member State shall consult with the Member States of each of the other provinces in which participating municipalities are situated. Decisions to be communicated to Member States shall also be communicated to Member States of each of the other provinces concerned.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 30

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it is to be taken, and for the area of which it is to be covered, such powers of procedure and management shall be transferred as to the boards of the municipalities participating in the scheme, on the understanding that:

  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the first paragraph shall also be governed by the relationship of the delegated powers to the boards of the participating municipalities.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating municipality, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the Regulation ceases to apply in whole or in part for a whole or part of the territory.


Article 31

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 31a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the boards of the participating municipalities have been sent a draft decision and have been given the opportunity to express their wishes and concerns about the public administration of the public body or the management of the public body. to bring the farm feed organisation.


Article 32

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the Municipal Act They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 32a

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When to a committee referred to in Article 25 the powers of the general administration or executive management have been transferred and the committee is not, or does not take due account of, a decision advanced or under a law other than that law, the general administration of the Board shall provide for the Daily management in this.


Article 32b

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  • 1 Where the boards of the participating municipalities are delegated to the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the Joint Body under a law other than the Municipal law have transferred, and the institution to which the power has been transferred is not, or is not, to be duly taken by a judgment requested by or under that law, or of an act adopted or not by virtue of that act, or having been duly carried out, or otherwise fails to produce, in a timely or untimely or untimely basis, a result which has been advanced by or under that Act, and on behalf of the institution to which the competence is delegated, on behalf of the institution to which it is delegated, to be charged to the public The body, the farm organisation or the participating municipalities, if it is a Common body.

  • In the case of cases of urgency, except in cases of urgency, the Member States shall not take the decision until the place of place of place other than after a period of time specified in the decision has expired within which the institution to which jurisdiction is delegated has had the opportunity to to provide for the date on which the decision is progressing. If the situation is so urgent that the Member States may not advance notice of the decision to proceed to the place of the place of business, they shall, as soon as possible, shall ensure that the notice is published and the publication thereof.

  • (3) If the decision to place an exposure is either by law or by law other than that of the Municipal law The results of the decisions taken, acts or results to be carried out within the period referred to in paragraph 2 shall not be made in due time, in the decision until the Member State to decide on the final decision. period. Member States may set a different deadline for different decisions, actions or results. If, within that period, the institution to which the competence has been delegated has not provided for what the decision of the institution is progressing, the Member States shall continue to provide the requested result.

  • 4 A decision on the place to take place as well as the intention to take such a decision shall be communicated to a daily, news or house-to-house appearing in all participating municipalities, or to any other suitable institution. way. A copy of the decision and of the intention shall be sent to the institution to which the competence is delegated and to the boards of the participating municipalities.


Article 32c

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  • 1 In agreement with our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, our Minister may, if he considers that the application of the Article 32b, first paragraph From the point of view of a serious public interest, Member States are required to apply for application to Article 32b, paragraph 1. A copy of the request shall be sent to the institution to which the competence is delegated, the councils of the participating municipalities and the provincial authorities. If the Member States have not applied for the first paragraph of Article 32b by our Minister for the time being, the power of Article 32b, first paragraph, shall be delegated to our Minister.


Article 32d

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  • 2 Prior to taking a decision to take place on the spot, our Minister informs those of the Member States that it is a matter of concern to them.


Article 32e

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  • 1 In carrying out the decision to place them on the place of place, Member States shall have the powers available to the body to which the competence is delegated by or under that law or by common rules.

  • 2 As far as the institution to which jurisdiction was transferred, he had exercised the powers of the first member himself, may charge the costs of execution to third parties, he has on that third party story for the Member States must be charged to the public body, the organisation of undertakings or, in the case of a joint body, the costs of the participating municipalities. The public body, the trade organisation organisation or body may recover the amount in the case of a compulsory order.


Article 32f

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Member States may revoke a decision until such time as the institution to which the competence is delegated makes sufficient evidence that it will provide for that decision without reservation in respect of the decision of that institution.


Article 32g

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The Member States concerned by the Minister responsible may designate officials for the purpose of supervising the implementation of the rules governing the administration of the public body or the organisation of the organization of the organization of the organization of the public administration of the single body by or under a law other than the Municipal law Assigned tasks. These officials have the powers of the Articles 5:15 to 5:17 of the General Administrative Law . Articles 5:12 , 5:13 and 5:20 of the General Law governing law shall be applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 32h

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  • 1 Where the Member States take a decision on the implementation of the decision to take place on behalf of the institution to which the power has been transferred, the Member States may, in the case of the institution to which the decision is delegated, take a Article 7: 1 of the General Administrative Law Act Objection is raised in the case of the Member States. Deputed states decide on the objection.

  • 2 The defendant States shall be the defendant in respect of an appeal against a decision as referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 3 The institution to which jurisdiction is delegated may not institute proceedings against a decision as referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 32i

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  • 1 The institution to which jurisdiction is delegated shall cooperate with the implementation of a decision to take place in place. Member States shall be able to give directions in respect of the implementation of the decision to the Minister responsible for it. The administration of the public body or the organisation of undertakings or, in the case of a joint body, the boards of the participating municipalities, shall, on the basis of the first application of the Member States, determine the conditions for the implementation of the the decision required by the decision shall be made available to the officials and shall provide them with all information necessary for the implementation of the decision to place them on the basis of the first action by Member States.


Article 32j

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In the case of a general measure of administration, on the proposal of Our Minister of the Interior and of Kingdom Relations, rules on the provision of systematic information to the provincial administration or, in the case of the case, of systematic information, may be laid down. Article 32d, first paragraph , applies to our Minister responsible for carrying out the implementation by the body to which the law is delegated from the law other than the Municipal law Under a ministerial or provincial regulation, detailed rules may be laid down on the application.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 32ja

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 32k

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules shall not be subject to the fact that they are published in the local authorities of the participating municipalities by the daily administration of the public body.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 32ja shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 32l

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 33

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 33a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

    • (a) the adoption of the budget or the annual accounts referred to in Article 34 ;

    • b. The lifting of rights referred to in Article 30, first paragraph, part a ;

    • c. to enforce regulations by means of punitive or administrative coercion.

  • 3 The Articles 32k and 32l shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 33b

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  • 1 The executive board shall, in any event, have jurisdiction:

    • (a) to conduct the daily administration of the public body, to the extent that it is not the responsibility of or under the law or the rules governing the administration of the public administration;

    • (b) prepare and implement decisions of the general administration;

    • (c) to lay down rules on the administrative organisation of the public body;

    • (d) appoint, suspend and fire officials;

    • e. to decide on private law legal acts of the public body, with the exception of legal acts governed by private law, as referred to in Article 31a ;

    • f. to decide on behalf of the public body, executive or general administration, to conduct appeals, objection procedures or administrative appeal procedures or conduct any preparatory work on them, except in the case of the general administration, in so far as it concerns the general management, if appropriate otherwise decides.

  • 2 The Executive Board shall take all precautionary measures and shall do what is necessary to prevent any limitation period or loss of law or possession, even before the decision has been taken to the effect of proceedings.


Article 33c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 33d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 34

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget is to be paid to Member States.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate to the Member States concerned.


Article 34a

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Article 34b

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy cadres and the provisional annual accounts to the councils of the participating municipalities.


Article 35

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the trade organisation organisation or body, to the boards of the participating municipalities.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the boards of the participating municipalities and shall be made available to each person for inspection and, in the light of the costs of the payment of costs.

  • 3 The councils of the participating municipalities may, on the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm, draw up their views on the draft budget to the common body. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm shall, if necessary, transmit the budget to the boards of the participating communes, which shall be responsible for the management of the body. in the case of Member States, they may bring forward their views.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 36

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  • 1 A decision or a non-written decision to the effect of any legal action taken by the administration of the public body or of the organisation of the business of the body of the body of the joint body may be destroyed by a royal decree.


Article 37

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  • (1) Where a decision of the general administration or administration of the public body, of the management of the business executive body, is the joint body for the judgment of deputed states for destruction be considered, do so within 10 days of their knowledge, inform our Minister for it. They shall, at the same time, notify the institution which took the decision and to the participating municipalities, and, where appropriate, to the body responsible for the implementation of the decision and to the addressee of the decision.

  • 2 The decision in respect of which the first paragraph applies shall not be carried out or shall be carried out before the communication is received from our Minister, that suspension or destruction shall be without reason. If the decision has not been suspended or destroyed within four weeks of the date of the communication of the Member States concerned, it shall be implemented.

  • 3 In case the power to take a decision under a law other than municipal law to the general administration or to the daily administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm shall be the subject of the decision The joint body has been transferred, and the decision is eligible for destruction due to the law, states that the Member States may give notice that they intend to apply the first paragraph. The notification shall be made to the institution which has taken the decision, the body responsible for the implementation of the decision and the addressee of the decision. After Member States have notified their communication, the decision shall not be implemented or shall be carried out. If the first paragraph has not been applied within 10 days, or where Member States indicate that no application is given to the first paragraph, the decision shall be implemented.


Article 38

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  • 1 A proposal for suspension shall be made by Our Minister for the purpose of the suspension.

  • 2 On the nomination, our Minister will consult our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, unless the suspension is to take place without delay. The nomination shall continue to be motivated by a reasoned statement of reasons.


Article 39

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A provision may be made in the Royal Decree for the duration of the suspension.


Article 39a

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If a known decision has not been destroyed within the time for which it is suspended, the public authority's administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm shall, on the other hand, inform the Joint Body of that decision. given.


Article 39b

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  • 1 The nomination for destruction is made by our Minister of the Interior and of the relations of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.


Article 39c

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  • 1 In the Royal Decree a provision may be made for the period between the date of entry into force and the date of entry into force of this Decision. Article 39e Decision taken has entered into force.

  • 2 If, in the light of the Royal Decree, the administration of the public body or the organization of the farm, the Joint Body shall, on the basis of the Article 39e does not have political freedom, the Royal Decree may stipulate that it replaces the decision which has been destroyed.

  • 3 The Royal Decree provides that no new decision shall be taken in respect of the decision which has been destroyed.

  • (4) In the Royal Decree, the administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm may be given an indication of the implementation of the royal decree. Articles 32b to 32j shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event that the designation is not followed.

  • 5 If the Royal Decree relates to the destruction of a general rule or other act of general application, it may be determined that the destruction also relates to decisions taken on the basis of from or pursuant to the general binding rule or other decision of general application.


Article 39d

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The Royal Decree on the suspension, suspension or renewal of the suspension or destruction shall be placed in the Official Gazette.


Article 39e

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm shall again decide on the subject of the decision which has been destroyed, taking account of the royal decree. Held unless otherwise provided in the Royal Decree. Article 39c, second or third paragraph .

  • 2 In the Royal Decree a period may be fixed within which application is given to the first paragraph. The Articles 32b to 32j shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event of non-application of the first paragraph within the time limit.


Article 39f

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By way of derogation from Article 8:4, 1st paragraph, part d, of the General Law governing the administrative law can be an interested party against a royal decree as referred to in Article 36, first paragraph Appeal.

Chapter II. Arrangements between provinces

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 40

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  • 1 Provincial States, Member States and the Commissioners of the King of two or more provinces may, individually or together, each in so far as they are competent for their own province, adopt common rules for the protection of the of one or more particular interests of those provinces.

  • 2 The colleges of deputed states and the Commissioners of the King shall not be the subject of any arrangement beyond the consent of provincial governments. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Section 2. General provisions

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Article 41

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Article 42

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  • The provincial government designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a business operating organisation or a joint body, the board of the province of the place of establishment, the system shall send the settlement to the Member States of the participating provinces.

  • 2 The Board of Governors of the Management of the Province of the place of establishment for that purpose shall make the system known in due time in all the participating provinces by notifying its contents of the rules of the State Gazette. Article 137 of the Provinciewet shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 43

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it is affected and for the area of which it is subject; such powers of procedure and management shall be transferred to the boards of the participating provinces, subject to the following:

    • a. To the administration of the public body does not have the power to raise taxes other than the tax, referred to in Article 222 C of the ProvincieAct , the rights referred to in Article 223 of the ProvincieAct , and the rights of which the levy is subject to special laws;

    • b. may not be empowered to transfer taxes or otherwise provide general binding rules to the joint body or the farm operating organisation.

  • 2 Where application is made to paragraph 1, the first paragraph shall also be governed by the ratio of transferred powers to those of the participating provinces.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating province, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the province's regulation shall cease to apply in whole or in part or in part for the whole of the territory.


Article 44

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 44a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the provincial states of the participating provinces have been sent a draft decision and have been given the opportunity to express their wishes and concerns about the public administration of the public body or the public. bringing the management of the farm feed organisation.


Article 45

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the ProvincieAct They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 45a

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  • 1 The Articles 32a , 32b and 32nd up to 32i shall apply, subject to the following conditions:

    • a. For "Member States", read "Our Minister for the Purposes Of This Respect";

    • b. for "the Municipal Act" is read "the ProvincieAct";

    • c. for "participating municipalities", "the participating provinces" shall be read;

    • d. for "the Boards of the Participating Municipalities" is read "Provincial States of the Participating Provinces";

    • e. For "Deputed States, our Minister for which it is concerned" shall be read "Our Minister may enter into it".

  • 2 If more than one of Our Ministers consider applying related decisions, acts or results to the same public body or body in connection with each other, Article 32b, first paragraph , they may transfer their powers to any of them pursuant to this article.


Article 45b

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A general measure of administration, on the proposal of Our Minister of the Interior and of Kingdom Relations, rules on the provision of systematic information to our Minister for the implementation of the implementation of the programme. by the administration of the public body or the organisation of the organisation of the business of the common body of the law other than the ProvincieAct. Under ministerial arrangements, detailed rules may be laid down concerning the application.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 45ba

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 45c

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules do not then connect when they have been published by the Executive Board of the Public Body in the provincial journals of the participating Member States. provinces.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 45ba shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 45d

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 46

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 46a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 The Articles 45c and 45d shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 46b

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  • 1 The executive board shall, in any event, have jurisdiction:

    • (a) to conduct the daily administration of the public body, to the extent that it is not the responsibility of or under the law or the rules governing the administration of the public administration;

    • (b) prepare and implement decisions of the general administration;

    • (c) to lay down rules on the administrative organisation of the public body;

    • (d) appoint, suspend and fire officials;

    • (e) to decide on private law legal acts of the public body, with the exception of legal acts governed by private law, as referred to in Article 44a;

    • f. to decide on behalf of the public body, executive or general administration, to conduct appeals, objection procedures or administrative appeal procedures or conduct any preparatory work on them, except in the case of the general administration, in so far as it concerns the general management, if appropriate otherwise decides.

  • 2 The Executive Board shall take all precautionary measures and shall do what is necessary to prevent any limitation period or loss of law or possession, even before the decision has been taken to the effect of proceedings.


Article 46c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 46d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 47

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget serves, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.


Article 47a

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  • 1 If the public body provides a specific benefit to the operating organisation or body as referred to in Article 1 (1). Article 15a of the Financial Ratio Law , receives from the Empire or receives funds from the participating provinces, which come from a specific benefit, are the Articles 17a and 17b of the Financial Ratio Law to the information to be accountable for these funds, mutatis mutandis to the public body, the trade organisation organisation or body, subject to the following:


Article 47b

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy cadres and the provisional financial statements to provincial states of the participating provinces.


Article 48

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the trade organisation organisation or body, to provincial states of the participating provinces.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the boards of the participating provinces for each of them and, at the expense of payment of the costs, shall be made available to the public.

  • 3 Provincial states of the participating provinces may, in the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the management of the public body, forward their views on the draft budget to the common body Of course The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • 4 After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation, shall, as necessary, transmit to the Joint Body the budget to the provincial States of the participating provinces, which shall be responsible for the with our Minister of the Interior and the relations of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, may bring forward their views.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 49

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A decision or a non-written decision to the effect of any legal action taken by the administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm shall be the joint body of the body Articles 36 and 38 to 39f applicable, except that:

Chapter III. Arrangements between water boards

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 50

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  • 1 The general administration, the daily administration and the chairmen of two or more water bodies may, individually or together, each in so far as they are competent for their own water, make common rules for the protection of one or more of their own resources. more particular interests of those waterboards.

  • 2 The daily management and the Chairs of the water do not enter into a settlement than after obtaining the consent of the general boards of the water. The consent can be withheld only for the reasons of the law or the public interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Section 2. General provisions

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Article 50a

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  • 2 Where, for the purposes of the regulations applicable to the participating water bodies, as referred to in the preceding paragraph, part b and c and in Article 50e the relevant provisions are different in those Regulations, shall be laid down in the Conditions of Application.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 50b

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it is affected and for the area of which it is subject; such powers of procedure and management shall be transferred as to the boards of the participating water resources, subject to the following:

    • a. To the administration of a public body cannot be delegated the power to raise taxes other than the rights referred to in Article 115 of the Watery Act ,

    • b. may not be empowered to transfer taxes or otherwise provide general binding rules to the joint body or the farm operating organisation.

  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the ratio of the transferred powers to that of the boards of the participating water is also governed by the provisions of the first paragraph.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating water, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the regulation of the whole area, or part thereof, ceases to apply in whole or in part.


Article 50c

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 50ca

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after a draft decision has been sent to the general boards of the participating water boards and have been given the opportunity to express their wishes and concerns about the public administration of the public body, or to bring the management of the business feed organisation.


Article 50d

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A public body regulation imposing a tax governs which colleges or officials have the powers provided for. Chapter XVIII of the Water Law They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 50da

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  • 1 When the general administration of the public body does not, or does not take due account of the decisions advanced by a law, a general measure of management or a provincial regulation, the Executive Board shall provide for such decisions.

  • 2 Where the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the business executive body, the joint body does not properly or does not take due account of the decisions advanced, Member States shall provide for such decisions on behalf of: the management or body and the public body and the operating organisation or the participating water, respectively, in the case of a joint body.

  • In the case of cases of urgency, the second paragraph shall not apply except after the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm has been given the opportunity to give the joint authority the opportunity to to take, within a period laid down by the Member States, the decisions taken.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 50daa

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 50db

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules do not then connect when they are published by the Executive Board of the public body in the water journals of the participating public body. Water shelves.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 50daa shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 50dc

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 50e

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 50ea

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 The 50db articles and 50dc shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 50eb

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  • 1 The executive board shall, in any event, have jurisdiction:

    • (a) to conduct the daily administration of the public body, to the extent that it is not the responsibility of or under the law or the rules governing the administration of the public administration;

    • (b) preparing and implementing decisions of the general administration.

  • 2 The Executive Board shall take all precautionary measures and shall do what is necessary to prevent any limitation period or loss of law or possession, even before the decision has been taken to the effect of proceedings.


Article 50ec

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 50d

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The chairman shall represent the watery in and out of court. If the President gives a different authority to representation, this authorisation shall be subject to the consent of the Executive Board.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 50f

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within four weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget is to be paid to Member States.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate to the Member States concerned.


Article 50fa

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy cadres and the provisional financial statements to the general boards of the participating waterboards.


Article 50g

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the trade organisation organisation or body, to the general boards of the participating water boards.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the participating water bodies for each of them and against the payment of costs.

  • 3 The general administration of the participating water bodies may, in the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organization of the business of the organization, be able to express their views on the draft budget. move forward. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • 4 After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the business, shall, as necessary, transmit the budget to the general administration of the participating Member State. Waterboards, which are able to express their views on this matter in the case of those Member States.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 50h

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  • 1 A decision or a non-written decision to the effect of any legal action taken by the administration of the public body or the organization of the farm may be the joint body for the purposes of which the joint body may be Destroyed.


Article 50i

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Where a published act has been destroyed or if it has not been destroyed within the time for which it is suspended, the common organisation of the public body or the operating organisation shall, on the basis of its suspension, be body of public knowledge. Article 50db shall apply mutatis mutandis, with the proviso that the terinzalegging shall be carried out for the time of four weeks.


Article 50j

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By way of derogation from Article 8:4, 1st paragraph, part d, of the General Law governing the administrative law can be an interested party against a decision of the Member States referred to in Article 50h, first paragraph Appeal.


Article 50k

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The administration of the public body or the organisation of the farm shall again decide on the subject of the decision which has been destroyed, taking into account the decision to set aside the destruction of the public body or the management of the public body. -

Chapter IV. Arrangements between municipalities and provinces

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 51

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  • 1 The councils, the colleges of mayor and alderman and the mayors of one or more municipalities can, separately or together, with provincial states, the colleges of deputed states or the commissioners of the King, each as far as they are concerned. for the province of its own authority, a common arrangement shall be adopted for the protection of one or more of the interests of such municipalities or provinces.

  • 2 A college of mayor and aldermen and a mayor, or a mayor, or a college of deputed states, and the king's commissioner is not about to adopt a settlement than after obtaining the consent of the municipal council. Sub-Member States. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Article 51a [ Expired by 01-01-2006]

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Section 2. General provisions

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Article 52

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Article 53

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  • The provincial government designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a business operating organisation or a joint body, the board of the province of the place of establishment, the system shall send the system to the Member States of the participating province or provinces and of the province or provinces in which the participating municipalities are situated.

  • 2 The Board of Governors of the province of the place of establishment appointed for this purpose shall make the arrangements known in due time in all the participating provinces and municipalities by giving notice of its contents. in the Official Gazette. Article 137 of the Provinciewet shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 54

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  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the ratio of the transferred powers to those of the participating municipalities and provinces shall also be settled.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating municipality or province, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the Regulation of the municipality or province shall cease to apply in whole or in part for the whole of the territory or part thereof.


Article 55

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the organisation of the farm, of law, is required to take part in the social traffic.


Article 55a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the boards of the participating municipalities and the provincial states of the participating provinces have been sent a draft decision and have been given an opportunity to express their wishes and concerns of the general public. the administration of the public body or the management of the organisation of the organisation of the business.


Article 56

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the Municipal Act and those intended in Chapter XV of the ProvincieAct They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 56a

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body or of the operating organisation or body have been delegated by the boards of the participating provinces, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 45a and 45b applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body or of the operating organisation or body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating municipalities, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 32a to 32j applicable.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 56aa

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 56b

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules do not then connect when they have been disclosed by the Executive Board of the Public Body in the Provincial Journal of the participating Member State. province or provinces and the municipal paper of the participating municipality or municipalities.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 56aa shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 56c

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 57

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 57a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 Article 56b shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 57b

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  • 1 The executive board shall, in any event, have jurisdiction:

    • (a) to conduct the daily administration of the public body, to the extent that it is not the responsibility of or under the law or the rules governing the administration of the public administration;

    • (b) prepare and implement decisions of the general administration;

    • (c) to lay down rules on the administrative organisation of the public body;

    • (d) appoint, suspend and fire officials;

    • e. to decide on private law legal acts of the public body, with the exception of legal acts governed by private law, as referred to in Article 55a ;

    • f. to decide on behalf of the public body, executive or general administration, to conduct appeals, objection procedures or administrative appeal procedures or conduct any preparatory work on them, except in the case of the general administration, in so far as it concerns the general management, if appropriate otherwise decides.

  • 2 The Executive Board shall take all precautionary measures and shall do what is necessary to prevent any limitation period or loss of law or possession, even before the decision has been taken to the effect of proceedings.


Article 57c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 57d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 58

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget serves, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.


Article 58a

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  • 1 If the public body provides a specific benefit to the operating organisation or body as referred to in Article 1 (1). Article 15a of the Financial Ratio Law receives from the Empire or receives funds from the participating provinces and municipalities, which come from a specific benefit, are the Articles 17a and 17b of the Financial Ratio Law to the information to be accountable for these funds, mutatis mutandis to the public body, the trade organisation organisation or body, subject to the following:


Article 58b

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy clocalities and the provisional annual accounts to the boards of the participating municipalities and to provincial states of the participating provinces.


Article 59

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the business operating organisation or body, to the boards of the participating municipalities and to provincial states of the participating provinces.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the participating municipalities and counties for each of them and, at the expense of payment of costs.

  • 3 The Board of a participating municipality and the provincial authorities of a participating province may, in the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the management of the public sector, be the members of the Joint Body. (i) the views on the draft budget. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • 4 After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm, shall, as necessary, transmit to the Joint Committee the budget to the Boards of Participating Municipalities and the States the provinces of the participating provinces which are able to express their views in this respect to our Minister of the Interior and of the Relations of the Kingdom.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 60

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body are transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, it shall be Article 49 applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating municipalities, the Articles 36 to 39f applicable.

Chapter V. Arrangements between municipalities and waterboards

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 61

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  • 1 The councils, the colleges of mayor and aldermen and the mayors of one or more municipalities can, individually or together, be the general boards, the daily boards and the presidents of one or more waterboards, each as far as they are concerned. they are competent for their own local authority, for the sole authority of their own water, to adopt common rules for the protection of one or more of the interests of such municipalities or waterboards.

  • 2 A college of mayor and aldermen, and a mayor, on a daily basis, and a chairman of a watership do not enter into a settlement than after obtaining the consent of the municipal council, (b) The general administration of the water. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Section 2. General provisions

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Article 62

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The Articles 8 to 25 and 27 to 29 shall be applicable mutatis mutandis, subject to the following conditions:


Article 62a

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  • (1) The municipal authorities designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a farm organisation or a joint body, the administration of the municipality of the place of establishment, send the system to the Member States of the province or provinces in which the participating municipalities and their water is situated.

  • 2 The municipal authorities designated under the scheme for the purpose of establishing the municipality of the place of establishment shall make the scheme in due time in all participating municipalities and localities by notification of the content of the system of that in the State Gazette. Article 140 of the Municipal Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 63

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it is affected and for the area of which it is subject; such powers of procedure and management shall be transferred as to the boards of the participating municipalities and their water resources, subject to the following:

  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the first paragraph shall also be governed by the relationship between the powers transferred to the boards of the participating municipalities and the water-related bodies.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating municipality or of a participating water, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the regulation of the municipality or of the watery for the whole of the territory or part of it ceases to apply in whole or in part.


Article 64

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 64a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the boards of the participating municipalities and the general boards of the participating bodies have been sent a draft decision and have been given the opportunity to have their wishes and reservations about the decision taken. to bring general administration of the public body or the management of the business organisation.


Article 65

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the Municipal Act and those intended in Chapter XVIII of the Water Law They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 65a

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body have been delegated by the boards of the participating municipalities, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 32a to 32j applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, it is Article 50da applicable.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 65aa

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 65b

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules shall not be binding on those published by the daily administration of the public body in the municipal paper of the participating municipality, or communes and the watersheet of the participating sewership or waterboards.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 65aa shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 65c

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 66

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 66a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 Article 65b shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 66b

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body have been transferred by the boards of the participating municipalities, Article 33b applicable to the Executive Board.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the public body board have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water boards, Article 50eb applicable to the Executive Board.


Article 66c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 66d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 67

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget is to be paid to Member States.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate to the Member States concerned.


Article 67a

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy cadres and the provisional annual accounts to the boards of the participating municipalities and to the general boards of the participating water boards.


Article 68

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the trade organisation organisation or body, to the boards of the participating municipalities and to the general boards of the participating water boards.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the participating municipalities and communities for inspection and, at the cost of payment of costs.

  • 3 The councils of the participating municipalities and the general boards of the participating bodies may, on the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm, be the members of the joint body. (i) the views on the draft budget. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • 4 After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm, shall transmit to the councils of the participating municipalities and to the councils, where appropriate, the budget, if necessary. general boards of the participating water bodies, which may present their views in the relevant cases in respect of those States.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 69

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body have been delegated by the boards of the participating municipalities, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 36 to 39f applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, the Articles 50h to 50k applicable.

Chapter VI. Arrangements between municipalities, provinces and waterboards

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 73

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  • 1 The councils, the colleges of mayor and aldermen and the mayors of one or more municipalities can, separately or together, be with provincial states, the colleges of deputed states and the commissioners of the King of one or more provinces and general administrations, the daily administrations and the presidents of one or more water boards, each in so far as they are responsible for their own local authority, their own province or their own county, a common body of to arrange for the protection of one or more of the interests of such municipalities, provinces or Water shelves.

  • 2 A college of mayor and aldermen and a mayor, a college of deputed states and a commissioner of the King, on a daily basis and a chairman of a watership are not about to strike a single day. (i) arrangement, other than after obtaining the consent of the local council, provincial states, or the general administration of the watershelf. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Article 73a [ Verfall by 01-01-2006]

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Section 2. General provisions

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Article 74

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Article 75

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  • The provincial government designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a business operating organisation or a joint body, the board of the province of the place of establishment, the system shall send the system to the Member States of the participating province or provinces and of the province or provinces in which the participating municipalities and their water is situated.

  • 2 The provincial government designated under the scheme for the purpose of establishing the province of the place of establishment shall make the scheme in due time known in all participating municipalities, provinces and localities by the notification of the contents of the documents in the Official Gazette. Article 137 of the Provinciewet shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 76

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it has been affected and for the area of which it is subject; such powers of management and management are transferred to the boards of the participating municipalities and provinces and of the participating communities in respect of their own municipality, province, or their respective watership, except that:

  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the ratio of the transferred powers to the boards of the participating municipalities and provinces and of the participating bodies shall also be governed by the provisions of the first paragraph.

  • 3 In so far as a public body regulation provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating municipality or province, or of a participating watership, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the regulation of the municipality, the province or water ceases to apply in whole or in part for a part of the territory or part thereof.


Article 77

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 77a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the boards of the participating municipalities, the provincial states of the participating provinces and the general boards of the participating bodies have been sent a draft decision and have been given the opportunity to bring their wishes and concerns to the public administration of the public body or to the management of the organisation of the organisation of the business.


Article 78

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the Municipal Act and those intended in Chapter XV of the ProvincieAct and Chapter XVIII of the Water Law They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 78a

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 45a and 45b applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating municipalities, the Articles 32a to 32j applicable.

  • 3 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, it is Article 50da applicable.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 78aa

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 78b

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules do not then connect when they have been disclosed by the Executive Board of the Public Body in the Provincial Journal of the participating Member State. province or provinces, the municipality of the participating municipality or municipalities and the watersheet of the participating sewership or waterboards.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 78aa shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 78c

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 79

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 79a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 Article 78b shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 79b

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body are partly transferred by the boards of the participating provinces or solely by the boards of the participating municipalities, Article 33b applicable to the Executive Board.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the public body board have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water boards, Article 50eb applicable to the Executive Board.


Article 79c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 79d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 80

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget serves, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.


Article 80a

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy Cadres and the provisional annual accounts to the boards of the participating municipalities, to provincial states of the participating provinces and to the general boards of the participating water boards.


Article 81

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the business operating organisation or body, to the boards of the participating municipalities, to provincial states of the participating provinces and to the general boards of the participating water shelves.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the participating municipalities, provinces and water bodies for each of them and, at the expense of payment of costs.

  • 3 The boards of participating municipalities, provincial states of the participating provinces, and the general boards of the participating waterboards may be present in the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation (i) the joint body will bring forward their views on the draft budget. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the farm, shall transmit the budget to the boards of the participating municipalities, as necessary, to the Joint Committee, if necessary. Provincial States of the participating provinces and the general boards of the participating communities which are able to express their views in this respect to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 82

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, Article 49 shall apply.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating municipalities, the Articles 36 to 39f applicable.

  • 3 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, the Articles 50h to 50k applicable.

Chapter VII. Arrangements between provinces and waterboards

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Section 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 83

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  • 1 Provincial States, the Colleges of Decidered States and the Commissioners of the King of one or more Provinces can, individually or together, be responsible for the general administration, the daily boards and the chairmen of one or more waterboards, where they are competent for their own province, or by their own water, to arrange common rules for the protection of one or more of the interests of those provinces or of their water.

  • 2 A College of Member States and a Commissioner of the King, on a daily basis, and a chairman of a watership shall not be subject to any arrangement beyond the consent of the provincial authorities. (b) The general administration of the water. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


Section 2. General provisions

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Article 84

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Article 85

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  • The provincial government designated for that purpose by the scheme or, where the scheme establishes a public body, a business operating organisation or a joint body, the board of the province of the place of establishment, shall transmit the settlement to the Member States of the participating province or provinces and to the province or provinces in which the participating waterboards are located.

  • 2 The provincial administration designated under the scheme for the purpose of establishing the province of the province of the place of establishment shall make the scheme in due time known in all participating provinces and to the water authorities by notification of the content of that in the State Gazette. Article 137 of the Provinciewet shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 The scheme shall enter into force on the day indicated in the scheme. The scheme shall not enter into force until it has been published.

  • 4 The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending, prolonging or abolishing the scheme, and to decisions on accession and exit.


Section 3. Privileges

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§ 1. The competence of the administration of the public body and the business operating organisation and of the common body

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Article 86

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  • 1 The administration of the public body or of the organisation of the farm or to the body of the body may assist the scheme in respect of the interests of which it has been affected and for the area of which it is subject; such powers of management and management shall be transferred to the boards of the participating provinces and their communities in respect of their own province or their respective watership, subject to the following:

  • 2 Where application is given to paragraph 1, the relationship between the transferred powers to the authorities of the provinces and the bodies participating in the procedure shall also be governed by the provisions of the first paragraph.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the public body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating province or a participating water, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the regulation of the province or of the whole territory or of a whole or part of the whole or part of the whole or part of the territory may cease to apply in whole or in part.


Article 87

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the public body or the company's body of companies possess in order to participate in social traffic.


Article 87a

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body or the management of the business implementing organisation shall decide only to set up and participate in foundations, societies, companies, associations, cooperatives and mutual societies. safeguards companies, where the scheme provides for this possibility, and which, in particular, is to be regarded as having to be considered for the purposes of the public interest.

  • 2 The decision shall not be taken after the provincial states of the participating provinces and the general boards of the participating bodies have been sent a draft decision and have been given the opportunity to know their wishes and concerns. to bring the general administration of the public body or the management of the business feed organisation.


Article 88

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A regulation of the public body to charge a tax, for which colleges or officials have the powers, intended to be used in the Chapter XV of the ProvincieAct and those intended in Chapter XVIII of the Water Law They will apply.


§ 2. Special provisions

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Article 88a

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, the following shall be the responsibility of the Articles 45a and 45b applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, it is Article 50da applicable.


§ 3. Publication and entry into force of decisions relating to binding rules

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Article 88aa

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The public body may set up its own publication which is accessible by means of an electronic medium which is commonly prescribed by the Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Detailed rules on the issue and availability of the gazette and the costs shall be laid down by, or pursuant to general management measures, of the Board.


Article 88b

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  • 1 Decisions of the Board of the Public Body which involve general binding rules do not then connect when they have been disclosed by the Executive Board of the Public Body in the Provincial Journal of the participating Member State. province or provinces and the watersheet of the participating sewership or waterboards.

  • 2 If the public body is a gazette referred to in Article 88aa shall not, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, make decisions of the public body which constitute general binding rules, not when published in that official sheet.


Article 88c

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  • 1 The texts of decisions of the public body board which involve general binding rules are in consolidated form for each available by means of a general rule designated by general management. accessible electronic medium.

  • 2 A consolidated text of a decision made available under the first paragraph shall remain available if the decision has been amended or repealed after the making available.

  • 3 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations may lay down rules on how the texts referred to in paragraph 1 are made available.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, categories of decisions may be designated, to which the first paragraph shall not apply.


§ 4. The competence of the general administration

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Article 89

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The powers transferred to the system shall be vested in the general administration, unless otherwise provided by law or in the procedure.


Article 89a

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  • 1 The Governing Council may delegate powers to the Executive Board of the Executive Board of the Executive Board, unless the nature of the authority opposes it.

  • 2 In any event, the general management may not delegate the power to:

  • 3 Article 88b shall apply mutatis mutandis to a decision taken on the basis of the first paragraph.

  • 5 As regards powers transferred pursuant to paragraph 1, the rules laid down by or pursuant to the law relating to the exercise thereof and the supervision of such powers shall apply mutatis mutandis.


§ 5. The competence of the Executive Board

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Article 89b

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body have been co-transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, Article 46b applicable to the Executive Board.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the public body board have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water boards, Article 50eb applicable to the Executive Board.


Article 89c

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The Executive Board may authorise one or more members of the Executive Board to exercise one or more of its powers, unless the scheme in which the power is based precluded opposition from it.


§ 6. The powers of the President

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Article 89d

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  • 1 The chairman shall represent the public body in and out of court.

  • The Chairman may bear the representation referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with a person to be identified.


§ 7. Finance

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Article 90

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  • 1 The general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the budget within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 1 August of the year preceding that of the for which the budget serves, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 3 The public administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation or the body shall adopt annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 4 The daily management of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or the body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate, to our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.


Article 90a

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The day-to-day management of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body shall, before 15 April of the year preceding that for which the budget is to be used, transmit the general financial and policy cadres and the provisional financial statements to provincial states of the participating provinces and to the general boards of the participating water boards.


Article 91

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  • 1 The general government of the public body, the management of the trade organisation organisation or body sends out the draft budget eight weeks before it is presented to the general administration for eight weeks before it is established by the management of the business operating organisation or body, to provincial states of the participating provinces and to the general boards of the participating water boards.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the provinces and the water authorities participating in the scheme for inspection and, at the expense of payment of costs.

  • 3 Provincial States of the participating provinces and the general boards of the participating water bodies may, in the day-to-day administration of the public body, the management of the organisation of the business community, be the members of the (b) put forward their views on the draft budget. The executive board adds the comments in which this view is contained in the draft budget, as it is offered to the general administration.

  • 4 After it has been established, the general administration of the public body, the management of the management organisation, shall, as necessary, transmit the budget to the provincial authorities of the participating provinces, where appropriate. and to the general boards of the participating water boards, who can bring their views to the fore in our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.


Section 4. Suspension and destruction

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Article 92

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  • 1 If the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the operating organisation or the joint body are transferred by the boards of the participating provinces, it shall be Article 49 applicable.

  • 2 In so far as the powers of the administration of the public body, the management of the business operating organisation or the joint body have been transferred solely by the boards of the participating water bodies, the Articles 50h to 50k applicable.

Chapter VIII. Participation in a scheme by other public entities and legal persons

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Article 93

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To a scheme referred to in the Chapters I to VII if they are competent to do so, they may also take part:

  • a. One or more public entities other than municipalities, provinces and waterboards;

  • (b) one or more other legal persons, if their administration, by royal decree, in the Dutch Official Gazette It is authorized to do so.


Article 94

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  • 1 Participation due to the State is made by the decision of Our Minister concerned. The decision shall also determine the effects of the participation.

  • 2 If, due to the State, participation is in a system which uses competence as intended to be Article 8 , a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be submitted to the two Chambers of the States-General. It shall enter into force at a time after the date of its decision to be adopted by the Minister concerned, unless within that period, by or on behalf of one of the Chambers or at least one fifth of the Member State concerned, the Commission, acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 3, shall be The basic legal number of members of one of the chambers makes it clear that the entry into force of the decision will be governed by law.


Article 95

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The Chapters I to VII shall apply mutatis mutandis, subject to the understanding that, in the case of a scheme involving participants in the Article 93, part B and 94, 1st Member , the chapters mentioned in respect of these participants shall be applicable as far as possible.

Chapter IX. Arrangements between one municipality, province or water, and one or more other public entities and legal persons

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Article 96

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The Board and the College of Mayor and Councillor of a City, Provincial and Member States of a province, shall be entitled to the general administration and executive board of a watership, in so far as they are in favour of the The municipality, its own province, or its own province, is responsible for its own water, a common arrangement for the protection of certain interests of that municipality, that province, which is the same as that of the water with-if it is the case may, by the way, be responsible for the administration of:

  • a. One or more public entities other than municipalities, provinces and waterboards;

  • (b) one or more other legal persons if, by Royal Decree, they are in the Dutch Official Gazette must be placed, to do so.


Article 97

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  • 1 Participation due to the State is made by the decision of Our Minister concerned. The decision shall also determine the effects of the participation.

  • 2 If, due to the State, participation is in a system which uses competence as intended to be Article 8 , a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be submitted to the two Chambers of the States-General. It shall enter into force at a time after the date of its decision to be adopted by the Minister concerned, unless within that period, by or on behalf of one of the Chambers or at least one fifth of the Member State concerned, the Commission, acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 3, shall be The basic legal number of members of one of the chambers makes it clear that the entry into force of the decision will be governed by law.


Article 98

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From corresponding application is Chapter I , where a municipality enters into the scheme, Chapter II , if a province enters into the arrangement, or Chapter III , if a watership enters into the arrangement. When it is a scheme with participants intended in the Articles 96, part B and 97, first paragraph , the said chapters shall, as far as possible, apply mutatis mutandis in relation to these participants.

Chapter X. Compulsory cooperation

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Article 99

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  • 1 At the request of the board of one or more municipalities, where a major public interest required by the administration of one or more municipalities designates municipalities, the boards of which must be governed by common rules for the protection of one or more municipalities, may be Certain interests.

  • 2 An indication may also concern the obligation to amend or remove an existing scheme, as well as the obligation to accede to or exit from an existing scheme.

  • 3 Before giving any indication, the Member States shall consult each other with the boards of the municipalities concerned. In the case of a designation referred to in paragraph 2, Member States shall also consult with the administration of the public body or body set up by the relevant scheme. Consultations shall be held for a maximum of thirteen weeks from the date on which the Member States concerned have given the relevant authorities the opportunity to consult each other.

  • 4 At the time of designation, the Member States shall set a time limit within which a system of knowledge to be sent to them should be sent. That period shall not exceed six months.


Article 99a [ Verfall by 01-07-1994]

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Article 99b [ Verfalls by 01-07-1994]

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Article 100

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  • 1 Appointed states shall, within six months of the expiry of the period laid down in the Article 99, fourth paragraph , a system of designation in accordance with the designation Article 99, first paragraph , if no scheme has been sent to them, or if the arrangements notified by the notification show that the designation has not been taken into account.

  • 2 An imposition may also include the imposition of an amendment or termination of an existing scheme, and the imposition of an accession to, or withdrawal from, an existing arrangement.

  • 3 Before establishing a settlement, Member States shall hear the boards of the municipalities concerned on the design of the scheme to be laid down. In the case of an imposition as referred to in paragraph 2, Member States shall also hear the administration of the public body or body established by the scheme in question.


Article 101

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In the case of a scheme between municipalities which are located in more than one province, the application of the Articles 99 and 100 for similar decisions of Member States of the provinces concerned.


Article 102

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  • 1 Our Minister, in agreement with our Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, may invite deputed States to issue a designation as intended in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Article 99, first paragraph .

  • 2 An invitation shall not be made until after our Minister for whom it is concerned has heard deputed States.

  • 3 When invited, our Minister shall set up a period within which of the Member States to give a designation.


Article 103 [ Expired by 01-10-2012]

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Article 103a

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The Commissioner of the King is responsible for the application of the Articles 99 to 102 in the place of deputed states, in the case of a scheme only between mayors.


Article 103b

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The designation referred to in Article 99, first paragraph , may also concern the participation of municipalities in a scheme as referred to in Chapter V and Chapter VIII In so far as they do not participate in the provinces. Article 99, third paragraph, and 100 to 102 shall be applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 103c

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  • 1 The designation referred to in Article 99, first paragraph , may also concern the participation of municipalities in a scheme referred to in the Chapter IV and VI ; and VIII , where the provinces participate, except that the designation is given by our Minister, in agreement with our Minister of the Interior and of the relations of the Kingdom. Article 99, third paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 2 In the case of the designation referred to in paragraph 1, the Secretary of State shall inform him of a period within which a system of knowledge must be sent to him.

  • 3 By application of the first paragraph, our Minister shall also consult with the boards of the relevant bodies, other public bodies and legal persons. Where the second paragraph is applied, these administrations shall also be heard.


Article 103d

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For the purposes of the application of the Articles 103 B and 103 C Under a scheme, the imposition of an accession to and a withdrawal from an existing scheme shall be included.


Article 103e

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To the extent that this Chapter has not been defined otherwise, the scheme is to be set up. Chapter I , then IV , V , VI or VIII applicable.


Article 103f

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Any objection or appeal against a decision to impose an objection may not be relied on by objection or by appeal against the decision to designate a decision.

Chapter XI. Plus Regions [ Expired per 01-01-2015]

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§ 1. Conceptual Determination [ Expired per 01-01-2015]

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Article 104 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2015]

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Article 105 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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§ 2. Creation, modification and termination [ Expandable by 01-01-2015]

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Article 106 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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Article 107 [ Expired by 01-01-2015]

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Article 108 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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Article 109 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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Article 110 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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§ 3. Governance and commissions [ Expandable by 01-01-2015]

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Article 111 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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Article 112 [ Expat per 01-01-2015]

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§ 4. The imposition of a scheme [ Expestablished per 01-01-2015]

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Article 113 [ Expestablished per 01-01-2015]

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Article 114 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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§ 5. Mandatory Execution [ Expired per 01-01-2015]

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Article 115 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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Article 116 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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Article 117 [ Verfall by 01-10-2012]

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§ 6. Tasks and powers [ Expandable by 01-01-2015]

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Article 119 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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§ 7. Disputes [ Expired per 01-01-2015]

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Article 120 [ Expated per 01-01-2015]

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Article 121 [ Expaed by 01-01-2013]

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Article 123 [ Expaed by 01-01-2015]

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Chapter XIa. Arrangements between the public bodies Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

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§ 1. Power to adopt a scheme

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Article 124

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  • 1 The island councils, the administrative courts and the authorities of two or more public entities Bonaire, Sint Eustatius or Saba may be individually or jointly, as far as they are competent for their own public authority, taking into account one or more particular interests of those public bodies.

  • 2 The administrative courts and the authorities shall not enter into a system until after obtaining the consent of the island councils. Consent may be withheld only in respect of a breach of law or general interest.

  • 3 For the purposes of this Article, the provisions of this Article shall be understood to mean changing, joining and coming out of a scheme.


§ 2. General provisions

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Article 125

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  • 1 In the scheme, a public body may be set up under the name of the cooperation body. The cooperative body shall be a legal person.

  • 2 In cases of particular eligibility, the scheme may, instead of a public body, be set up by a joint body.

  • 3 A system may stipulate that powers of administrative bodies or of officials of two or more public entities participating in the procedure shall be exercised by administrative bodies, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, or Saba, By officials of one of the participating public bodies.


Article 126

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The Articles 9 to 28 shall apply mutatis mutandis with the exception of the Articles 20 , 22 , 24 , 25 and 28 , except that:


Article 127

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Article 128

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  • 1 Articles 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 of the Act of Public Bodies Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba are, in so far as it has not been derogated from by this Law, the holding and order of the meetings of the general public governing body of the cooperative body of equivalent application.

  • 2 The general administration of the body of cooperation and the joint body shall meet at least twice a year.

  • 3 The meetings of the Governing Council shall be public. The doors shall be closed when a fifth of the members present so requests, or the Chair considers it necessary.

  • 4 The Governing Council shall decide subsequently whether closed doors will be met.

  • 5 The President may subsequently decide that the meeting is to be held in public if he considers it necessary in the public interest.

  • 6 The Governing Council shall determine the manner in which administrative assistance is provided to the members of the general administration.

  • 7 The first to sixth members, and Article 23, first paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis to the joint body, where the scheme has been taken or has been taken by isles of the island.

  • 8 The Articles 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71 and 72 of the Law Public Bodies Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba and Article 23, first paragraph , where the law has not been derogated from by this Law, the law shall apply mutatis mutandis to the meetings of the joint application, where the procedure is taken exclusively by the administrative authorities or the authorities.


Article 129

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  • 1 Disputes on the application, in the broadest sense, of a settlement between the boards of participating public bodies or between the boards of one or more participating public bodies and the administration of the cooperative body or the common body shall be decided by the Member State representative to the extent that they are not covered by the said Article 112, first paragraph, of the Constitution or to those whose decision is directed pursuant to Article 112, second paragraph, of the Constitution either to the judiciary or to courts which are not members of the judiciary. In first and only instance, the dispute is referred to the Common Court of Justice of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.

  • In the decision of the dispute, the State representative may, when deciding on the matter, decide to take a decision taking account of the period laid down in their decision and within a period to be allowed for that purpose. If, within the prescribed period, the decision has not been taken, the decision shall be taken by the State representative.

  • 3 In cases of urgency, the State representative may, on the basis of the decision of the dispute, take a decision in the place of the relevant administration as referred to in paragraph 2.


§ 3. Jurisdiction in arrangements between public entities Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

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Article 130

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  • 1 The administration of the body of cooperation or of the joint body may, in respect of the interests of the interests of which it is affected, and the area of which it is concerned, of rules of procedure and of the powers of the common body; management shall be transferred as to the boards of the public bodies participating in the scheme, subject to the following:

    • a. To the board of the cooperation body cannot be delegated the power to levy other taxes than the tax referred to in Article 60 of the Finance Public Bodies, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, the rights referred to in Article 62 of the Finance Act, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba and the duties of which the levy is governed by laws other than the public sector Finance Act, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba;

    • (b) the joint body may not be empowered to charge the transfer of taxes or otherwise to lay down general provisions binding on them.

  • 2 Where application is made to paragraph 1, the first paragraph shall also be governed by the ratio of transferred powers to those of the participating public bodies.

  • 3 In so far as a regulation of the cooperation body provides for the same subject as a regulation of a participating public body Bonaire, Sint Eustatius or Saba, the first regulation regulates the relationship between them. It may provide that the regulation of one of the public bodies of Bonaire, St Eustatius or Saba ceases to apply in whole or in part for a whole area or part thereof.


Article 131

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The rules may be subject to restrictions in the powers which the body of cooperation may take to share the social traffic.


Article 132

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A regulation of the cooperative body for the levying of a tax shall govern which administrative courts or officials shall be subject to the powers provided for in Chapter IV of the Public Bodies Act, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.


Article 133

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  • 1 As regards the powers of the Board of the Cooperation Body or of that of the Joint Body, the rules shall apply mutatis mutandis, in the broadest sense, to or under the law for the distribution of the body of the body or of the other institutions. the powers of the island authorities on the administrative bodies, for the exercise of those powers, and for the monitoring of such powers. This shall not apply to the extent that it has departed from or pursuant to this Act.

  • 2 The rules governing the boards of participating public bodies may restrict the powers conferred on the Joint Body by the management of the body of cooperation which may be taken from the Joint Rules referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 3 For categories of cases to be designated by general management measure, in which compliance with certain rules referred to in paragraph 1 would be disproportionately burdensome in relation to the objective pursued by those rules, they are subject to different rules.


Article 134

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  • 1 The general administration of the cooperative body or body shall adopt the budget in the year preceding that for which it is responsible.

  • 2 The general management of the cooperative body or body shall determine the annual accounts in the year following the year to which it relates.

  • 3 The annual accounts of the cooperative body or body shall send the annual accounts within two weeks of the adoption, but in any case before 15 July of the year following the year to which the financial statements relate to: the College Financial Supervision Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.


Article 135

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  • 1 The draft budget of the cooperative body or body shall send the draft budget six weeks before it is presented to the general administration for a period of six weeks before it is presented by the Joint Body; established, to the island councils of the participating public bodies.

  • 2 The draft budget shall be made publicly available by the care of the boards of the participating public bodies for each of them and, at the expense of payment of the costs, shall be made publicly available. Article 18, first paragraph, of the Finance Public Bodies Act Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba shall apply mutatis mutandis, except that for "island council", "general government" shall be read.

  • 3 The island councils of the participating public bodies may, on the day-to-day management of the body of the cooperation body, draw up their views on the draft budget as they are. The Executive Board adds to the draft budget the comments in the draft budget, as it is presented to the general administration.

  • After it has been established, the general administration of the body of cooperation shall, where necessary, transmit to the Joint Body the budget to the boards of the participating public bodies, which shall be responsible for the financial supervision of the College. Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba can bring forward their views.

  • 5 The first, third and fourth paragraphs shall apply to decisions amending the budget. The common rules may lay down the categories of budget amendments which may be derogated from.

Chapter XII. Final provisions

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Article 136 [ Verfall by 01-01-2015]

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Article 137

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Where a common provision is referred to in any legislative provision in general to the Act, that reference shall be deemed to have been taken under this law.


Article 138 [ Expaed by 01-01-2006]

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Article 139

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  • 1 Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations is in charge of the implementation of this Law.

  • 2 Where interests are involved in such execution, which have been entrusted to the care of another Minister, the implementation shall be in accordance with the Minister concerned.


Article 140

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This law can be cited as " Common Arrangements Law '.


Article 141

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This Act shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree which may be made different for the various articles or parts of such articles.

Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and civil servants, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Issued at Gravenhage, 20 December 1984

Beatrix

The Minister of the Interior,

Reed Church

The Secretary of State for Internal Affairs,

Van Amelsvoort

The Minister of Transport and Water,

N. Smit-Kroes

Published on the 27th December 1984

The Minister of Justice, a.i.,

Reed Church