Law Registry on Civil Matters

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Law of 30 September 2010 establishing a new Registry-Law system in civil matters (Registry of Civil Affairs Act)

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 into consideration that it is desirable to Law Rates in Civil Matters to be replaced by a new regulation and that any other laws should be amended accordingly;

That is what we, the Council of State heard, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-liked and understood to be right, and understand that:

Chapter 1. General provisions


Article 1

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


Article 2

The amounts mentioned in this law and in the table described as Annex If the Consumer Price Index so provides, it may be amended each year as from 1 January at the time of the regulation of our Minister.

Chapter 2. The charge of Registry duties in the courts, courts and the High Court


§ 1. The Registry rights in cases which are initiated in the event of a summons or of a petition


Article 3

  • 1 In cases which are initiated in the event of a summons, the date shall be the first rolling date, or in cases referred to in Article 254 of the Code of Civil Procedure at the first hearing, each plaintiff and each defendant applied for a Registry charge in respect of each body, to the extent that it was not otherwise determined by that law or by any other law.

  • 2 For the submission of a petition or of a defence, a Registry shall be levied where, in the case of or under this Law or by any other law, it is not otherwise determined.

  • 3 The plaintiff is owed the Registry duty from the first extermination of the case at the hearing or in the absence thereof from the first rolling date and ensures that the Registry is written on the account of the court within a period of four weeks thereafter. where the case must have been deposited at the Registry. The defendant shall be liable to the Registry as from its appearance in the proceedings and shall ensure that the Registry is written to the account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or deposited at the Registry within a period of four weeks thereafter.

  • 4 The applicant and the person concerned are liable to the Registry from the application of the application or the defence and to ensure that the Registry is written on the account of the court of first instance within four weeks of its application. where the treatment is to be carried out or deposited at the Registry.

  • 5 The height of the Registry is determined according to the table which is Annex is annexed to this Act.


Article 4

  • 3 Under the rules of our Minister, rules may be laid down concerning certain categories of cases which are brought before a summons or a petition, in which no registry is levied.


Article 5

  • 1 The application for inclusion or intervention in respect of Article 217 of the Code of Civil Procedure , applies to the party that sets the claim, as the beginning of a new case. The amount is charged to the Registry in respect of the claim in the original case on the basis of the table set out in the Annex is annexed to this Act. No Registry charge is levied from the party that joins the defendant as intended in the case. Article 4, first paragraph, point (b) .

  • 2 The party referred to in paragraph 1 shall be liable to the Registry as from the date on which he has brought the application for an order to intervene or to intervene and to ensure that the Registry is written on the account of the court within four weeks of the date on which it is to be brought. where the case must have been deposited at the Registry.


Article 6

  • 1 Of a third party which Article 118 of the Code of Civil Procedure as a party to the proceedings and appears as a result of the proceedings, a Registry charge shall be levied at the Registry rate equal to that of a defendant in the original case on the basis of the table which, as a result of the Annex is annexed to this Act.

  • The third party, referred to in paragraph 1, shall be liable to the Registry as from its appearance in the proceedings and shall ensure that the Registry is written in the Registry within four weeks of the account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or at the Registry. deposited.


Article 7

The opposition by a third party against a judgment or a judgment which penalises him in his rights, ninth title of the First Book of the Code of Civil Procedure , if the third person is to oppose it, if it is to be replaced by a new case. Article 3, first, third and fifth members , shall be applicable to the third mutatis mutandis.


Article 8

  • 1 If case, pending in a room for cantonal cases, with application of Article 71, first paragraph , or 220, 4th paragraph, of the Code of Civil Procedure shall be referred to a Chamber for matters other than cantonals of the same court in order to continue to be treated and decided, the Registry shall be raised from any claimant or any applicant to the extent that, on the basis of the table set out as Annex is attached to this law, a higher amount of Registry duty should be levied. The Registry of any defendant or of an interested party appearing before it, provided that it has lodged a statement of defence, shall be lodged at the Registry.

  • 2 The plaintiff and the defendant, having appeared before the first Judge, shall be liable to increase the Registry duty from the day on which the matter was brought before the court, to whom the case was referred and ensure that the Court of Justice has been ordered to pay the Registry. The Registry shall be credited to the account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or deposited at the Registry.

  • 3 The applicant and the person concerned shall be liable to increase the Registry duty from the decision to refer or to ensure that the Registry has been credited to the account of the Court of First Instance within a period of four weeks after the application of the Court of First Instance. The court in which the case is to be lodged shall be deposited at the Registry.

  • 4 If a case is pending before a room for cases other than cantonal cases, with application of Article 71, second paragraph , or 220, 4th paragraph, of the Code of Civil Procedure refers to a room for cantonal affairs of the same dish to be treated further and decides, the Registry shall be reduced as far as on the basis of the table provided as Annex is attached to this law, a lower amount of the Registry must be levied and the Registry shall be returned to the Registry in excess of the Registry.


Article 9

  • If a case is required to be initiated on a summons application, Article 73 or 220 of the Code of Civil Procedure shall be referred to any other court for further consideration and decision shall be taken from each of the claimant and, where applicable, any case of the Registry, except that the Registry charge previously applied in the course of the proceedings in question shall be taken. shall be deducted.

  • 2 If a case to be initiated by application of the application of Article 73 of the Code of Civil Procedure shall be referred to another court for further consideration and decision shall be levied again from any applicant and any interested party, in so far as it has lodged a statement of defence, on the understanding that it has been levied on the same order. The Registry charge is to be deducted.

  • 3 The plaintiff and the defendant, having appeared before the first Judge, shall be liable to the Registry as a result of the first paragraph from the day on which the matter was brought before the court or tribunal to which the case was referred and ensure that the Registry is within the jurisdiction of the Court of First Instance. the account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or deposited at the Registry shall be four weeks later.

  • 4 The applicant and the person concerned shall be liable to the Court of First Instance from the order to refer them to the Court of First Instance for the purpose of referring to the Court of First Instance within four weeks of the Registry to which the Court of First Instance is concerned, to the Court of First Instance to which the Court of First Instance the case must have been deposited at the Registry.

  • 5 If a case, with application of Article 73 of the Code of Civil Procedure If a lower court is referred to another court to be treated further and decides, the Registry shall be reduced to the extent that it follows from the table annexed to this Act that a lower amount is to be paid to the Registry. shall be levied and the Registry shall be paid back too much to be paid by the Registrar.


Article 10

  • 1 The amount of the Registry shall be determined on the basis of the application in the summons or the application in the application or in the notice of appeal.

  • 2 The amount of the Registry shall be determined on the basis of the sum provided for in the summons for compensation, in cases where a claim for the issue of impropriation is made. In cassation, the Registry shall be levied at the Registry on the claim of unlimited value on the basis of the table set out in the Annex hereto. Annex is annexed to this Act.


Article 11

The Registry shall be deducted from the Registry of the Court of First Instance, which has already been complied with in the case concerned by the proceedings or the application.


Article 12

  • 1 If the claim seeks payment of a sum of money and the claimant increases his claim in accordance with Article 130 of the Code of Civil Procedure The Registry shall be raised to the Registry, which would have been due to the parties, if the additional requirement had been included in the summons.

  • 3 When the charge is levied on the rate of the first or second paragraph, the charges applicable at the time the application or request is increased are to be taken into consideration.

  • 4 Parties shall be liable to the increased Registry as from the date of reproduction of the claim or request and to ensure that the Registry is credited to the account of the court in which the case is to be taken within four weeks of the request and to the effect that the Registry is to be applied has been deposited at the Registry. However, if the court does not take into account the multiplication of the claim or the request, the charge shall be limited to the amount originally levied and the Registry shall be returned by the Registrar of any excess paid.

  • 5 The Registry shall not be increased if, at the time when the request is increased or the request is increased, one of the documents referred to in the Registry Article 16, first paragraph, point (a) or (b) -We've been consulted.


Article 13

  • 1 If the requirement is for payment of a sum of money and the claimant reduces his requirement according to Article 129 of the Code of Civil Procedure In the case of the parties, the Registry would not be reduced to the Registry and the parties would have been reduced by the Registry if the reduced requirement had been included in the summons.


Article 14

  • (1) If the order seeks to create a conviction for damages, but the judge in the judgment or judgment is in accordance with Article 97 of Book 6 of the Civil Code the damage has been budgeted, it is still subject to the Registry duty that the parties would have been liable, if the claim in the summons had been subject to payment of a certain sum of money to the extent of the damage. The Registry of the Registry which has already been paid is deducted from it.

  • 2 The Court of First Instance is liable to have the same Registry as from the date on which the court delivered the judgment or judgment as referred to in paragraph 1 and to ensure that the Registry was subsequently credited to the Registry within four weeks of the application of the Court of Justice of the Court of Justice of the European Union. account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or lodged at the Registry.


Article 15

  • 1 Of the parties appearing in the same lawyer or authorised representative and taking similar conclusions or resusherding, shall only be subject to a single registry once. The same shall apply to applicants and interested parties who appear to the same lawyer or authorised representative and submit similar petitions or defences.

  • 2 If the parties or persons referred to in the first paragraph are natural or non-natural persons, the Registry shall be subject to the Registry charge payable by non-natural persons. In the case of persons referred to in the first paragraph, both inequity and others, the Registry shall be levied on the charge that they are due.


Article 16

  • 2 A lot may not yet submit a copy of the decision to add at the time the Registry is levied due to circumstances which are not reasonably attributable to it, but it may have an application for that party. Intended in Article 24, second paragraph, of the Law on Legal Aid If the party concerned submits a copy of the application to the Registry, the Registrar shall levy the Registry charge for the liability of the person concerned.

  • On the basis of the first or second paragraphs, the Registrar has levied the Registry for the liability of the Registry on the basis of the first or second paragraphs, and subsequently withdrawn or refused on the basis of the Registry. Article 28 or Article 33 of the Law on Legal Aid The Registry shall then be raised to the Registry, which shall be due on the basis of the table annexed to the present Act. The party, referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be liable to the increased Registry duty from the time of revocation or refusal of the addition and to ensure that the Registry is credited to the account of the Registry within four weeks of its application. the court in which the case is to be lodged or lodged at the Registry.

  • 4 No documents as referred to in the first and second paragraphs may be submitted by a party at the time of the collection of the Registry due to circumstances which are not reasonably attributable to it, but may be before the court before the court or tribunal If the Court of First Instance has delivered a final decision or has given the final decision to submit one of the documents referred to in paragraph 1, the Registry shall be reduced to the Registry for the inequity listed in the table which, as the case may be, Annex is annexed to this Act, and the Registry shall be returned to overpaid by the Registrar.


Article 17

  • 1 In any bankruptcy, the receiver pays off the benefits of the estate upon depositing the first distribution list or once the pronunciation of a consent order has gone into force of res judiced, a Registry charge of € 611.

  • 2 Under the Registry referred to in paragraph 1, the Registry is not the Registry responsible for the application of the Article 3, first paragraph , shall be levied for verification disputes. The Registry shall, from their appearance at the hearing and arrange for the Registry to be credited to the account of the court of first instance in which the case is to be lodged or to the Registry, be responsible for the Registry.

  • 4 The first and third paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis in the case of the application of the debt restructuring scheme to natural persons.


Article 18

  • 1 Article 17 shall apply mutatis mutandis in the case of one on the foot of the Article 60b, first paragraph, of the Bankruptcy Law take over the management of the goods under regime and carry care of the settlement, given by the court at the request of a creditor who has on the goods, but not in the case of the goods. bankruptcy may arise.

  • 2 Article 17, first to third paragraphs , shall apply mutatis mutandis in the case of appointment by the court of one or more liquidators of a disbanded legal person, of a community or of an estate.


Article 19

  • 2 In the case of a reference due to contradiction, Registry duties shall be levied in accordance with Article 3, first paragraph . Parties shall have due regard to the Registry as from their appearance at the hearing and to ensure that the Registry has been credited to the account of the court in which the case is to be lodged or deposited at the Registry within a period of four weeks thereafter.


Article 20

  • 1 shall be provided, free of charge, to any party, irrespective of whether or not a Registry is levied pursuant to this Law or by any other Law:

    • a. a grosse or copy of all judgments, judgments and orders;

    • (b) further groves, copies of judgments, judgments and orders in so far as they may be necessary for the implementation, use of remedies or under legal provision;

    • (c) one copy of all the instruments and minutes of proceedings which were made out in relation to the proceedings for the hearing.

  • No Registry shall be charged for decisions, acts and proceedings-verbal, which are a direct result of judgments, judgments or orders, including grexes or copies at the foot of the preceding paragraph.

  • 3 Our Minister may lay down detailed rules on the application of this Article.


Article 21

  • 1 Without prejudice to other articles of this Law, copies of or extracts from judgments, judgments, orders, documents, records, records, registers or any other documents shall be issued to the parties and to the parties concerned free of charge, if and for the purposes of of the extent to which they have an interest and are not in a position to provide otherwise in the need. In the event of a refusal by the Registrar, the parties may submit a copy or a copy of a copy or an extract from the supply court or cantonal cases, the court of cantonal courts. No Registry fee is payable for this purpose. The decision on the application, referred to in the second sentence of sentence, shall not be allowed to reach an appeal.

  • 2 By or pursuant to general rules of administration, rules relating to the Registry shall be subject to rules for the provision of copies of and extracts from judgments, judgments and orders other than in the cases provided for in the in the first paragraph.

  • 3 For the regular supply of unsigned copies of or extracts from the role of lawyers or agents, a Registry charge shall be levied at the rate of € 20 per month.

  • 4 For the issue of copies and extracts from the register of civil status with annexes, the amounts shall be calculated according to the amounts in question. Civil status law .


Article 22

  • 1 For each instrument, minutes, decision, or other decision, made or put up by a judge or Registrar, other than in cases for which the Registry is governed by the Registry, a Registry shall be required to act in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 2 of the collected from € 123.

  • 2 No Registry shall be levied for the necessary copies of documents, minutes or other decisions.

  • 3 The rules of our Minister may lay down detailed rules for the implementation of the second paragraph.


§ 2. The charge of the Registry of the Registry of the marital conditions or the conditions of a registered partnership, the legalisation of signatures, the issue of apostilles and for the purposes of the certificate


Article 23

  • 1 For the registration of the prenup or of the terms of a registered partnership in the Public Marriage Goods Register, referred to in Article 116 of Book 1 of the Civil Code , the person applying for registration is charged a Registry fee of € 185.

  • 2 For the legalisation of signatures, a Registry fee of € 20 shall be charged for each signature, except that several signatures of the same person shall be regarded as one signature on the same document.

  • 3 To the extent that is not otherwise determined in Article 24 -for the issue of apostilles referred to in Article 3 (1) of the Treaty establishing the Hague Convention to abolish the requirement of legalization of foreign public acts, the Registry of the Court of First Instance of the European Union, which is to be established on 5 October 1961, is not subject to the application of the € 20 for each apostille.


Article 24

No registry shall be collected from public colleges and public officials for the issue of copies or extracts of documents, or the legalisations of signatures or of the issuing of apostilles as referred to in Article 3 (2). Article 23, third paragraph , in so far as they require these documents to be used for the observation of the service.


Article 25

  • 1 No Registry shall be charged for the swearings made by virtue of a legal requirement.

  • 2 For the purposes of issuing copies of the instrument of certification, no Registry shall be levied either.

Chapter 3. Travel and subsistence expenses


Article 26

In the case of a general measure of management, the amounts may be fixed by reason of work, time-leaving and related costs, and on the basis of travel and subsistence expenses, on:

  • a. Holders or custodians of documents which are summoned to bring to court documents, which are under their resignation or custody;

  • b. Experts; and

  • (c) witnesses.


Article 27

Tickets, explocked and invocations other than by mail paid by the Registrar shall be reimbursed by interested parties.

Chapter 4. Payment of the Registry rights and bulkheads and opposition to the decision on the charge of the Registry and of the Registry


Article 28

For the satisfaction of the Registry and the bulkheads, the lawyers or agents of the relevant parties or of the relevant interested parties shall be liable to the Registry.


Article 29

  • 1 The person who has paid the Registry rights and surpluses may, for one month after that payment, against the decision of the Registrar applying for the charge of the Registry, or in the case of an application, to lodge an application for appeal against the court to which it is lodged. The Registry or the bulkheads were paid.

  • 2 No appeal shall be admitted against the decision of the court of first instance.

  • 3 For the submission of the application referred to in paragraph 1, no Registry shall be levied.


Article 30

  • 1 In the absence of payment, the application of the Registry shall be made and the excess payments paid by the Registrar in accordance with an order of office issued by the Registrar.

  • 2 The order shall be declared enforceable if it is a single Chamber, by the court in that Chamber or, if it is a multi-chamber, by the chairman of that Chamber of the court in question. The order of enforcement shall provide an enforceable title, which shall apply to the rules of the Law of Civil Procedure may be implemented, if at least one month after the service has elapsed.

  • 3 For one month after service of the order of order, the debtor may, in civil proceedings, be opposed by application to the court in question.

  • 4 No appeal shall be admitted against the decision of the court of first instance.

  • 5 For the submission of the application referred to in the third paragraph, no Registry shall be levied.

Chapter 5. Revocation of, or amendments to, other laws


Article 31

  • 2 The Law of 1 July 1999 (Stb. 1999, 285) extending the scope of the Registry to be partially debunted in civil cases is withdrawn.


Article 32

[ Red: Modids the Code of Civil Procedure.]


Article 33

[ Red: Change the Traffic Regulations Act Law Enforcement Act.]


Article 34

[ Red: Change the AdvocateAct.]


Article 35

[ Red: Change the General Administrative Law Act.]


Article 36

[ Red: Modified the Principles Law Judicial Youth Directions.]


Article 37

[ Red: Changed the Impeded Act.]


Article 38

[ Red: Changed the Private Right Impeded Act.]


Article 39

[ Red: Change the Bankruptcy Act.]


Article 40

[ Red: Amendments to the Court's Door WaardersAct.]


Article 41

[ Red: Change the Reinstallation Law East Groningen and the Gronings-Drentse Veencolonies.]


Article 42

[ Red: Change the War Law for the Netherlands.]


Article 43

[ Red: Change the Central Delfland Reconstructing Law.]


Article 44

[ Red: Modities the Implementing Law EC Enforcement Ordination.]


Article 45

[ Red: The Implementing Law shall change ground chambers.]


Article 45a

[ Red: Amendments to the Implementing Law Regulation European order for payment procedure.]


Article 45b

[ Red: Amendments to the Implementing Law Regulation European Small Claims Procedure.]


Article 46

[ Red: Modification of the Implementing Law Treaty Netherlands-Germany to further ease the law of the law related to Law of the Law of the Law of 1954.]


Article 47

[ Red: Modification of the Convention for the Protection of the Law of the Netherlands in relation to the 1954 Law of Law, the Netherlands-Austria.]


Article 48

[ Red: Change the Traffic Regulations Act Law Enforcement Act.]


Article 49

[ Red: Modises the Law on the Professions in Individual Health Care.]


Article 50

[ Red: Modises the Law of the Parliamentary Survey 2008.]


Article 51

[ Red: Modises the Legal Aid Act.]


Article 52

[ Red: Change the Extraordinary Powers Act Civil Authority.]


Article 53

[ Red: Change the Law on the Notary Office.]


Article 54

[ Red: Change the Law to include foreign children for adoption.]


Article 54a

[ Red: Change the Temporary Home Ban Act.]


Article 55

[ Red: Amenes the Law Rates in Criminal Matters.]


Article 56

[ Red: Change the Code of Criminal Procedure.]

Chapter 5. Final provisions


Article 56a

  • 2 In cases brought before a summons, Article 32, Part B to M, P, Q, and W to Za , or subparts thereof only in those cases where a subpoena is issued on or after the time of entry into force of those parts or subparts.

  • 3 In cases initiated by application, the articles, parts or sub-parts thereof listed in this Act shall apply only if the application is lodged on or after the date of entry into force of the application. those items, parts or subparts.


Article 57

The articles of this Law shall enter into force on a date to be determined by royal decree, which may be determined differently for the various articles or parts or sub-parts thereof.


Article 58

This law is cited as: Registry on Civil Affairs.

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

Entry

' s-Gravenhage, 30 September 2010

Beatrix

The Minister of Justice,

E. M. H. Hirsch Ballin

Published the twenty-eighth October 2010

The Minister for Security and Justice,

I. W. Opstelten


Annex to the Act

Type or level of the claim or request

Registry office for non-natural persons

Registry office for natural persons

Registry office for unpower

Registry rights at the court for cantoncases

Cases relating to a claim, or a request:

-of indefinite value, or

-With a course of not more than € 500

€ 117

€ 79

€ 79

Cases relating to a claim, or a request, with a course of more than € 500 and not more than € 12,500

€ 471

€ 223

€ 79

Cases relating to a claim, or a request, with a course of more than € 12,500

€ 941

€ 471

€ 79

Registry rights to the court for cases other than cantoncases

Cases relating to a claim or an application for an indefinite period

619 € 619

€ 288

€ 79

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a course of not more than € 100,000

€ 1,929

€ 885

€ 79

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a course of more than € 100,000

€ 3.903

€ 1.548

€ 79

Registry rights at the Court of Justice

Cases relating to a claim, or a request:

-of indefinite value, or

-with a course of not more than € 12,500

€ 718

€ 314

€ 314

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a walkout of more than € 12,500 and not more than € 100,000

€ 1,957

€ 718

€ 314

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a course of more than € 100,000

€ 5,213

€ 1,631

€ 314

Registry rights to the High Court

Cases relating to a claim, or a request:

-of indefinite value, or

-with a course of not more than € 12,500

€ 785

€ 325

€ 325

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a walkout of more than € 12,500 and not more than € 100,000

2.607 €

€ 785

€ 325

Cases relating to a claim, or a request with a course of more than € 100,000

€ 6,519

€ 1,957

€ 325