Law cooperation defence preparation

Original Language Title: Wet medewerking verdedigingsvoorbereiding

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$40 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$9.99.

Law of 24 June 1939, dealing with the cooperation of all persons and bodies in the preparation of the supply in the event of war, war, related or related exceptional circumstances, in the event of war. the needs of grassroots and defence, zoomed to the preparation of the financing animal supply

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

Allen, who will see these or read hooren, saluut! do n' t know:

We have taken the view that it is necessary to regulate the cooperation of all persons and bodies in the preparation of the supply, in the event of war, the danger of war, or related or so on. related exceptional circumstances to the needs of economy and defence, zoomed in to the preparation of the financing animal provision;

So it is that we, the Council of State, and with the mean consults of the States-General, have found and understand, as We approve, and understand the following:


Article 1

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

This law shall be governed by:

  • a. "Persons" means residents of the State, as well as non-resident residents of the European Union;

  • b. "Bodies":

    • 1 °. bodies governed by public law, with the exception of State, provincial and local authorities;

    • 2. undertakings, services and institutions located within the Kingdom of Europe;

    • 3 ° branches, branches or other settlements established within the Kingdom of a company, service or institution located outside the European Union.


Article 2

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 All persons and bodies, whose cooperation in the judgment of Our Ministers of Economic Affairs, of Defence or of Finance is necessary to prepare the provision in the event of exceptional circumstances in the needs of The national authorities shall, if they are applied in accordance with the provisions of this Act, be obliged to cooperate in the preparations for the financing of the provision of the supply of funds.

  • 2 The cooperation shall be advanced:

    • (a) with regard to the needs of the economy, by our Minister for Economic Affairs;

    • b. As regards the needs of defence, by Onzen Minister of Defence;

    • (c) as regards the financing of the provision referred to in paragraph 1 by Mr Onzen Minister for Finance.

  • 3 The boards of provincial and municipal authorities shall cooperate with the cooperation referred to in this Act if the request is made by Our Ministers for Economic Affairs, Defence or Finance. The provisions of paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 3

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 Before a claim, as referred to in Article 2 , it is decided, our appointed Minister will consult with the person concerned or the body concerned.

  • 2 Where such consultations should take place with a group of persons or bodies, exercising the same profession, undertaking or activity, or having similar interests with regard to the cooperation to be recovered, the Minister to consult with certain animals or bodies, by designating him. The designation shall be preferred after hearing the professional or business organisations of the persons concerned.


Article 4

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

If on the basis of the consultations provided for in Article 3 , voluntary cooperation is undertaken, a claim may be omitted.


Article 5

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 The in Article 2 Such cooperation may consist exclusively of:

    • (a) the provision of such information and information as may be deemed necessary for the purpose of the preparation provided for in that Article;

    • (b) dismiss the conduct of such personal enquiries-including the inspection of business data and records-by officials and experts, by designating the Minister concerned in the claim, as for the purposes of Article 5 (1) of the Treaty; the preparation of which is deemed necessary by that Minister;

    • (c) the execution of contracts and the performance of works, related to research into production potential or preparation of the adjustment in the event of exceptional circumstances of the needs of the Member States; the economy of the economy and defence;

    • (d) the formation and retention of stocks to be determined by the Minister concerned;

    • (e) preparing the whole or partial transfer of holdings, business, administration or stock, to be notified by the Minister concerned;

    • f. the doings of making simple preparations for the defence of national defence in the case of algemeenen measures.

  • 2 The cooperation referred to in the first paragraph, A and B , may not be advanced from banking institutions in so far as it concerns the exercise of banking. Furthermore, they may, by virtue of the office, profession or legal requirement, be required to maintain secrecy, the cooperation referred to in the first paragraph, A and B , refuse, to the extent that they result from the obligation of professional secrecy.

  • 3 The contracts and activities referred to in paragraph 1 (1) C They may not extend to the cultivation of agricultural crops or to the creation of industrial products, other than as a test for experimental purposes.


Article 6

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 In the case of a decision on the enforcement of the aid, precise definition of the claim and the manner in which the action is to be taken shall be specified.

  • (2) If the same claim must be addressed to a group of persons or bodies, exercising the same profession, undertaking or activity, or having similar interests in respect of the cooperation to be recovered, the Publication of these documents by placing in the Official Gazette.

  • 3 It is possible to set deadlines for the proceedings, within which they must be satisfied.


Article 7

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 With the verification of compliance with the provisions of, or pursuant to Article 2 be responsible for the officials and persons appointed by the decision of our Minister for the purpose of Article 2, second paragraph .

  • 2 Of a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated by means of a decision of the Official Gazette .


Article 8 [ Expired by 01-01-2013]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 9

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

The costs associated with the cooperation provided for in this Act shall not be reimbursed unless the Minister concerned determines otherwise.


Article 10 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 11 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1994]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 12

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 He who intentionally fails to comply with a claim to cooperate or to the obligations arising therefrom, or otherwise by acting or otherwise by acting or omission, otherwise worked or otherwise worked, that in a case of such proceedings or to such an action, or to such proceedings, obligations are not fulfilled, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to four years or a fine of the fourth category.

  • 2 He shall be penalised by imprisonment of a maximum of three months or a fine of the second category, to whose fault is due to a claim for cooperation or to the obligations arising therefrom.

  • 3 He who intentionally committed a voluntary cooperation as intended Article 4 , not granted or deliberately worked or otherwise prepared by acting or omission, which does not provide such cooperation, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to four years or a fine of the fourth category.

  • 4 He to whose fault is due, that a committed voluntary cooperation, as intended in Article 4 , if it is not granted, it shall be punished by imprisonment of a maximum of three months or a fine of the second category.

  • 5 he/she has, by his office, profession or activity, involved in the satisfaction of a claim for cooperation, done to another, or in the grant of voluntary cooperation by another, as intended in Article 4 ,-does or fails to comply with that claim, or to the obligations arising therefrom or to endanger such cooperation, shall be subject to custody of a maximum of six months or a fine of a maximum of six months. the third category.


Article 12a

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

The facts, punishable by paragraphs 1-4 of the previous article, are criminal offences; the offence under paragraph 5 is an offence.


Article 13

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link
  • 1 Shall be subject to the detection of the offences under this Act, without prejudice to: Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure In charge of the officials appointed by one of our Ministers responsible for the implementation of this Law. These officials are also responsible for the detection of facts, criminal offences in the Articles 179 to: 182 and 184 of the Code of Criminal Law , to the extent that these facts relate to an order, claim or act, made or taken by themselves.

  • 2 Of a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated by means of a decision of the Official Gazette .

  • 4 The officials referred to in paragraph 1 shall be responsible for the detection of the offences under this law, with a view to taking the necessary equipment, to enter a dwelling without the person's consent.


Article 14 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 15 [ Expaed by 01-01-1998]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 16 [ Exchanges by 16-03-2005]

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

Article 17

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

This Law shall enter into force on 1 July 1939.


Article 18

Compare Versions Save Relationships (...) (External Link) Permanent Link

This law is cited as: Law cooperation defense preparation.

Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed and that all the Ministerial Departments, Authorities, Colleges and Officials, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise implementation.

Given at The Hague, the 24th of June 1939.

WILHELMINA.

The Minister for Economic Affairs,

STEENBERGHE.

The Minister of Defence,

VAN DIJK.

The Minister of State, Minister of Finance, a.i.,

H. COLIN.

Issued the thirst of June 1939.

The Minister of Justice,

C. GOSELING.