Law On Economic Crime

Original Language Title: Wet op de economische delicten

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Law of 22 June 1950 laying down rules for the search, prosecution and trial of economic crimes

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

Allen, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:

As We considered it desirable, the Decision adjusters economic crimes to be replaced by a law, which promotes the effectiveness of the law. identification, prosecution and trial of acts which are detrimental to economic life, and which, in particular, bring more unity;

It is the case that we, the Council of State, and with common consultation of the States-General, found to be well-liked and defined as We approve and understand this:


Title I. Of economic crime

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Article 1

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Economic offences are:


Article 1a

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Economic offences are also:


Article 2

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  • 3 The economic offences referred to in Article 1, under 3 °, are crimes or offences, according to whether they are a criminal offence or as an offence.


Article 3

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Participation in one within the Empire economic offence committed in Europe is punishable even if the participant has been guilty of the fact outside the State.


Article 4

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True in this law. whether or not, in particular, an economic offence, resulting in a crime, shall be an accessory to and attempted to act such as such, to the extent that it does not follow the contrary from any provision.


Title II. Of the penalties and measures

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Article 5

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Unless the law otherwise provides provided that no other provisions may be taken in respect of economic offences to the effect of punishment or disciplinary action than to impose penalties and measures in accordance with this law.


Article 6

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  • 1 He, who runs an economic offence, is punished:

    • 1 °. in the event of a crime, as far as it is concerned economic offence referred to in Article 1, below 1 °, or Article 1a, below 1 °, with a maximum of six years ' imprisonment, or to serve as a duty or a fine of the fifth category;

    • 2 °. in case of a further offence with a maximum of two years ' imprisonment, task penalty or fourth category fine;

    • 3 °. if to commit the offence referred to under 2 ° a habit, with a maximum of four years ' imprisonment, duty penalty or fine of the fifth category;

    • 4 °. in case of infringement, to the extent that the offence involves an economic offence referred to in Article 1, below 1 °, or Article 1a, below 1 °, in custody of a maximum of one year, or of a job penalty or a fine of the fourth category;

    • 5 °. in the event of another violation, with custody of up to six months, duty penalty or a fine of the fourth category.

    If the value of the goods, including or in respect of which the economic offence has been committed, or wholly or partly obtained through the economic offence, exceeds the fourth part of the the maximum amount of the fine which may be imposed in the cases below 1 ° to 5 ° may, without prejudice to the provisions of Article 23 (7) of the Penal Code, may, the fine shall be imposed on the next higher category.

  • 2 In addition, the additional penalties provided in Article 7and the measures specified in Article 8has been completed, without prejudice to the imposition of the measures, in the cases eligible for it, elsewhere in legal terms.



Article 7

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The additional penalties are:

  • a. the removal of the rights referred to in Article 28, first paragraph, (1), (2), (4) and (5) of the Penal Code, for a period of time, the duration of the custodial sentence of at least six months and up to six years beyond, or, in the case of a sentence of a fine, as the sole main penalty, for a period of at least six months and not more than six years;

  • b. [ Red: expired;]

  • c. whole or partial shutdown of the company of the convict in which the economic offence was committed, for a period of up to one year;

  • d. forfeita statement of the objects referred to in Article 33a of the Criminal Code;

  • e. Confiscation of property belonging to the company of the convict in which the economic offence was committed, to the extent that they are similar to and related to the offence related to the offence referred to in article 33a of the Penal Code;

  • f. the denial, in whole or in part, of certain rights or partial or partial denial of certain advantages, the rights or benefits of which the convicted person is, or might be, granted in respect of, or might be granted, the public undertaking; for a period of up to two years;

  • g. Disclosure of the judgment.


Article 8

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Measures are:

  • a. the measures provided for in Title IIA of the First Book of the Criminal Code;

  • b. the undertaking of the convict, in which the economic offence was committed, in the case of criminal offence, for a period not exceeding three years and in the case of an infringement, for a period not exceeding two years; class="li">

    c. the imposition of the obligation to perform what has been misappropriated, nullification of what has been done unlawfully, and provision of performance to make up for one and all the cost of the convicted person, to the extent that the judge does not otherwise determine.


Article 9

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The measures listed in Article 8 (b) and (c), together with penalties and other measures, can be imposed.


Article 10

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  • 1 When pronunciation, where an additional penalty or measure, as specified in article 8, is imposed, shall, for as much as details and effects on need, including in the event of under-wind, the appointment of one or more directors. In addition, when an additional penalty is imposed in Article 7 (c), it may be ordered that the convicted person (s):

    documents furnished to him by the State for the benefit of his undertaking

    sells under supervision in his enterprise;

    and provides assistance in the inventory of those stocks.

  • 2 Without prejudice to Article 577b of the Code of Criminal proceedings may, after receipt of an action by the prosecutor's office or at the request of the sentenced person, give the court which has imposed the additional sentence or measure, or at the request of the sentenced person, as the intended purpose, or to amend or to provide for an additional arrangement in this field in the scheme already provided. The proceedings of the case shall take place with closed doors; the judgment shall take place in public. The decision shall state the reasons on which it is based; it shall not be subject to any appeal.

  • 3 We reserve to provide detailed rules for the execution of this item.


Article 11

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  • 1 To the extent that the judge decides not otherwise, a trustee, under the previous article or article 29 , has the same rights and obligations as the trustee, referred to in Article 409 of Book 1 of the Civil Code, and may without his permission no other person any act of management in the undertaking.

  • 2 The decision to wind up under construction is carried out by the Registrar of the court of first instance in a de facto instance which has the decision given, made public in the Official Journal of the State and in one or more newspapers to be pointed by the court. The decision to wind up underwind shall be entered in the commercial register in accordance with the provisions of the Commercial Register Act 2007 .


Article 12 [ expired by 01-05-1983]

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Article 13

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  • 1 The right to execute confiscation does not expire because of the death of the convict.


Article 14

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The implementation of a conviction for the payment of costs, other than those of disclosure of the judgment, shall be made in the manner of the execution of a sentence of conviction on a fine, on the understanding that there is no substitute custodial sentence. Applied.


Article 15 [ expired by 01-09-1976]

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Article 16

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  • 1 If it is plausible that a person who, before an irrevocable verdict in his case, has died, has pleaded guilty to an economic offence, the judge can by decision on the public prosecutor's claim:

    • a. Order the confiscation of the items already seized; Article 10 shall apply mutatis mutandis;

    • b. imposed on the estate of the deceased the measure referred to in Article 8 under c .

  • 2 The decision is made public by the Registrar in the Dutch Government Gazette and in one or more more than a copy of the order to the deathhouse should be served by the court.

  • 3 Any interested party may, within three months of the publication or service referred to in the preceding paragraph, issue a statement of objection submit a Registry.

  • 4 The D.A. shall be heard; the person concerned shall be heard, at least duly summoned.

  • 5 The judge gives a reasoned decision; it is not subject to any appeal.

  • 6 The paragraph in paragraph 1, in the preamble, andondera, in the third, fourth, and fifth paragraph, of the whether or not that an unknown person has been guilty of an economic offence if it is plausible. The decision shall be made publicly available by the Registrar in the Official Gazette of the State and in one or more newspapers to be referred to by the court.


Title III. From the discovery

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Article 17

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  • 1 With the detection of economic crimes are in charge:

    • 1 °. the at or under Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure designated officials;

    • 2 °. the Our Minister of Justice, in accordance with Our Other Ministers, for whom it is concerned, designated officials;

    • 3 °; officials of the tax administration responsible for customs administration.

  • 2 All civil servants responsible for the detection of economic offences are also responsible for the search for the economic offences referred to in the Articles 26, 33 , and 34.

  • 3 By general management measure, rules governing the swearing-in of investigation officers are provided, provided that they are not already provided for.

  • 4 Of a decision referred to in paragraph 1 below 2 °, it shall be communicated by the State Official Gazette.


Article 18

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  • 1 The investigating officers are responsible for the search for seizure of susceptible objects to the extent that they may reasonably require for the performance of their task. a. They shall be able to claim their extradition to that effect.

  • 2 Confiscation of items for forfeiters under Article 7 (e) However, they shall be authorized by the Public Prosecutor.


Article 19

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  • 1 The investigating officers are authorized to access data and documents in the interest of the discovery process to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their task.

  • 2 They are competent to create the data and documents that are modest.

  • 3 If copies are not made available on the spot, they are authorized to provide the data and documents for that purpose. take time against any written evidence to be given by them.


Article 20

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The APB officials in the interests of tracing access to any place, to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their task.


Article 21

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  • 1 The investigating officers are authorized to investigate, subject, and take samples of cases to the extent that they can reasonably be considered for the purpose of the investigation. the performance of their task is necessary.

  • 2 They are authorized to open packaging.

  • 3 They will, at the request of the person concerned, take a second sample, unless otherwise provided by legal regulation. is determined.

  • 4 If the survey, inclusion or sampling cannot be carried out on the spot, they are responsible for the business for that purpose. a short time to be taken against any written evidence to be given by them.

  • 5 The samples taken are returned as far as possible.

  • 6 The interested party shall be informed of the results of the investigation, inclusion or withdrawal as soon as possible, at its request. sampling.


Article 22 [ expired by 01-01-1998]

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Article 23

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  • 1 The APB officials are authorized to investigate means of transport detection for compliance with the requirements specified in the articles 1 and 1a, to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their task.

  • 2 They are authorized in the interest of detection means of transport which, in their reasonable judgment, are being transported to their to investigate charges for compliance with the requirements specified in Articles 1 and 1ato the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties.

  • 3 They have the power to inspect the driver of a means of transport access to the documents prescribed by law with a view to Compliance with the requirements specified in Articles 1 and 1ato the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their task.

  • 4 They are authorized to perform these privileges on the driver of a vehicle or of the skipper of a vehicle. to claim that the vessel ceases its means of transport and transfers it to a place designated by it, to the extent that it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties.

  • 5 The costs of transmission shall be borne by the person concerned, if a criminal offence is established.

  • 6 The privileges specified in this article may also be exercised against persons, who transport business.


Article 23a

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Article 24

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  • 1 Our Minister of Justice and-after consultation with these-each One of the other Ministers, who it enters, are empowered to regulate the manner in which the claim for silence is held, defined in Article 23 (4), is being done.

  • 2 Our Minister of Justice and each of these other Ministers, for whom it is the responsibility of the Minister of Justice, are responsible for the the detection of economic offences on public land and inland waterways are being carried out.


Article 24a

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  • 1 Any person is required to provide the investigating officers with all the cooperation they can reasonably claim in the exercise of their exercise within the reasonable time they have set up. powers conferred on them by virtue of this Title.

  • 2 Those who, by virtue of the office, profession or legal requirement, are required to maintain secrecy, may provide the assistance refuse, to the extent that they are covered by the obligation of professional secrecy.

  • 3 The investigating officers are responsible for the expenses of the offender by acting in violation of what is contrary to the law. the obligation referred to in paragraph 1 is, or is, to be made, held or not to be carried out in so far as it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties.


Article 25

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To the extent that they do not Law or the laws and decisions referred to in Article 1 and Article 1a have been derogated from, as regards the detection of economic offences under the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure.


Article 26

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The intentionally failed to comply a claim, made under any rule of this law by a criminal investigation officer, is an economic offence.


Article 27 [ expired by 01-05-2004]

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Title IV. Provisional measures

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Article 28

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  • 1 If serious objections were raised against the accused, and also the interests, which are protected by the suspected violation rule, require immediate action, the State Prosecutor shall have jurisdiction in all cases, including economic offences relating to, with the exception of those referred to in Article 6, third paragraph, as long as the proceedings for the hearing have not been started, the Suspect on this to recommend notification as a provisional measure:

    • a. refrain from certain actions;

    • b. (i) ensure that the property specified in the order, which is susceptible to seizure, stored and kept on the spot, shall be indicated in the order.

  • 3 The orders mentioned above lose their strength through a time of six months and remain in effect until the end of the period judicial agreement in the case, in which they were given, has become irretrievable. They may be altered or revoked or removed by the court in the intervening period of notification to the accused or by the court, for which the case is being prosecuted. The court may do so of its own motion, or at the request of the accused; it shall be heard at any time, at least duly summoned, unless:

    • 1 °. (a) change according to the request of the accused or waiver decision;

    • 2 °. not less than two months have elapsed since a previous request of the defendant having equivalent effect has been decided.

    The court shall decide upon a request of the defendant within five days, after it is filed at the Registry.


Article 29

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  • 1 If serious objections were raised against the accused, and also the interests, which are protected by the suspected violation rule, require immediate action, the court in all cases, economic offences relating to, with the exception of those referred to in Article 6, third paragraph, prior to the treatment at the hearing, on the claim of the Prosecutor's Office, and, if the case is to be dealt with at the end of its term of office, of its own motion, as a provisional measure:

    • a. partial or partial cessation of the undertaking of the accused, in which the economic offence is suspected to have been committed;

    • b. underwind of the defendant's undertaking, in which the economic offence is suspected to be committed;

    • c. whole or partial discontinuation of certain rights, whole or partial. denial of certain benefits, any rights or benefits that the accused may be or could be granted in connection with his company of government;

    • d. the suspect is abstausing from certain actions;

    • e. that the suspected concern, that objects identified in the warrant, which are susceptible to seizure, stored and kept on the spot, are indicated in the order.

  • 3 Orders listed above lose their strength through a six-month duration and remain in effect until the judicial agreement in the case, in which they were given, has become irretrievable. They may be renewed by the court of first instance, for which the case is being prosecuted, for a period of not more than six months, and shall be amended or removed. The court of first instance may, of its own motion, at the request of the prosecutor's office and, as regards the modification or termination of the orders, also at the request of the accused, which shall be heard at least as duly summoned, unless: class="explicitly whitespace medium ">

  • 1 °. the dish is already at the time to change according to the request of the accused or terminate decision;

  • 2 °. not yet two For months have elapsed since a previous request by the accused has been decided on an equal basis.

The court shall decide upon a request of the defendant within five days, after it is filed at the Registry.


Article 30

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  • 1 Of the court orders and orders referred to in articles 28 and 29 can enter the public ministry Fourteen days and the defendant, within 14 days of service, appealed to the court.

  • 2 The court decides as soon as possible. The suspect is heard, at least properly called.


Article 30a

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  • 1 Of the order of the court decision can set up the prosecutor's office within fourteen days and the accused within 14 days of the service appeal in cassation.

  • 2 The suspect, under penalty of inadmissibility, is required to join the High Court within a month of instituting that appeal. the Netherlands by a lawyer to submit a written statement, containing his pleas in cassation.

  • 4 The High Court shall decide as soon as possible.


Article 31

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The in Articles 28, 29, 30 , and 30a have completed orders and decisions are immediately enforceable. They shall be notified to the accused without delay.


Article 32

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  • 1 If the case ends either without the imposition of penalty or measure, or imposing such penalty or measure, that the imposed interim measure is as disproportionate must be considered, at the request of the accused or of his heirs, the court may grant him or his heirs a financial compensation to the State for the damage which it has suffered as a result of the provisional application of the measure really has suffered. The court has jurisdiction in the courts for which the case was brought before it was brought to an end, or the last prosecution was brought.

  • 3 If the former suspect has died after the submission of his/her application, or after the institution of appeal, the Grant for the benefit of his/her heirs.


Article 32a

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Where in this title the privilege is given to the hearing of persons, article 131a of the Code of Criminal Procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Title V. Of acts in violation of penalties and measures

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Article 33

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To act or failure to act in violation of an additional penalty, referred to in Article 7 (a), (c) or (f), as specified in Article 8, as referred to in Article 10, whether a provisional measure, or the evading of such additional penalty, measure, arrangement or interim measure, is an economic offence.


Article 34

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It is intentional, whether or not another, withdrawal of assets to the story or execution of a penalty, measure or interim measure imposed under this Act is an economic offence.


Article 35

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  • 1 Acts contrary to the provisions ofdeArticles 33 and 34 are null and void.

  • 2 Nullity cannot be relied upon to the detriment of the imposition of the penalty, measure, or provisional application. measure was unskilfully, unless he had serious reason to suspect it existed.

  • 3 Regarding the spouse or registered partner, the blood or relatives up to third degree, and the persons employed by the person. the person to whom the penalty, the measure or the provisional measure was pronounced, is presumed to have had serious grounds to suspect the imposition of the penalty, the measure or the provisional measure, except as a counter-proof.


Title VI. Out of dispute (s)

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Article 36

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  • 1 When applying article 257a of the Criminal Code , the prompt can also be specified where it is misappropriated, nullitiated and effected unlawfully, and that performance of the goods is effected, everything at the expense of the accused, to the extent that it is not otherwise provided determined.

  • 2 If the suspect is a legal person, it needs to be, by way of derogation from article 257c, second member, of the Code of Criminal Procedure, only under the assistance of counsel to be heard as the criminal decision committed under (a) a fine and a compensation measure for a fine and compensation measure which alone or collectively more than € 10 000.


Article 37 [ Expandable by 01-05-2012]

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Title VII. The trial at first instance

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Article 38

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The knowledge of economic First instance offences were ordered to be excluded from the courts. Economic offences are dealt with and decided by the court ' s economic chambers referred to in Article 52 of Law on Judicial Organization.


Article 39

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  • 1 The economic chambers of the court, referred to in article 52 of the Law on Judicial Organization, (i) dealing with and deciding also cases concerning offences which are not economic offences, if the court has jurisdiction to take into account those offences and those offences have been committed in connection with one or more economic offences criminal offences, and those criminal offences have been charged along with one or more of those economic offences.

  • 2 Preparation by another the economic chamber is possible if economic offences have been committed in connection with one or more offences, other than economic offences in which the court has jurisdiction to know and who have been charged with economic offences along with one or more of those other criminal offences.


Article 40 [ expired on 01-07-1992]

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Article 41 [ Expaed by 31-01-1958]

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Article 42 [ Expaed by 31-01-1958]

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Article 43 [ Expaed by the 01-01-2013]

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Article 44 [ Expired to 18-07-1983]

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Article 45

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The terms of this title Do not change the privileges of the child judge, except for Article 38.


Title VIII

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Article 46

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The treatment by the Council shall take place in public.


Article 47

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By way of derogation from the provisions of Article 261 of the Penal Procedure may suffice for the summons relating to an economic offence, with a brief indication of the fact that: is to be charged, indicating about which time and on the spot it would be committed.


Article 48

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  • 1 On the lawsuit for the economic policername aredeArticles 367 to 381, as well as 398, below 2 °, of the Code of Criminal Procedure of corresponding application, except that:

    • 1 °. derogation from Article 376, first paragraph, if the summons only includes a brief indication and indication as referred to in the previous article, the D.A. He may, at the hearing at the commencement of the examination, orally or, at the reading of the hearing, make a written statement of the fact and if, in the opinion of the court, the defendant is required to do so by that single indication, and (a) an indication in his defence would be prejudiced;

    • 2 °. the suspension of the investigation should also be carried out if the D.A. requests the postponement of the fact of doing so.

  • 2 The provisions of the first paragraph, below 1 ° -2 °, shall apply mutatis mutandis, if required by a subpoena for the Multiple room is sufficient with a brief indication and entry referred to in Article 47.


Article 49 [ Expandable by 01-01-1976]

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Article 50 [ Expat per 01-01-1976]

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Title IX. From the higher profession

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Article 51 [ expired by 01-10-2000]

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Article 52

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The economic rooms of the Courts, referred to in Article 64 of the Law on Judicial Organisation, deal with and decide exclusively matters in which judgment is given by the economic chambers of the courts has been pointed out.


Article 53

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  • 1 In cases concerning economic offences, a council chamber enters an economic chamber.

  • 2 The treatment of the council room will take place in public.


Article 54

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The economic rooms can also sitting outside the venue, where the seat of the court is located.


Article 55 [ expired by 01-10-2000]

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Title X

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Article 56 [ expired by 01-10-2000]

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Article 57 [ Expired per 01-10-2000]

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Title XI. Of the contact officers

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Article 58

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In consultation with our Minister of Justice may be entrusted to bodies with a public responsibility for this purpose by appointing an Onzer other Minister, for the purpose of investigating, prosecuting and prosecuting economic offences, who are responsible for the search, prosecution and trial of civil servants of the public maintain with the public ministry.


XIa Title. From the collaboration

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Article 58a

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  • 1 At or under a general rule of directors, the interests of effective enforcement may be in place for the cooperation of the persons and bodies in charge of with the detection of economic offences among themselves and with the administrative bodies responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of, or under the conditions laid down in, the Articles 1 and (a) '#TiteldeelI_Artikel1a"> 1a Laws listed.

  • 2 The rules referred to in paragraph 1 may include the following: exercise powers of investigation of infringements of specified legal requirements and their coordination with the exercise of powers for the purpose of the administrative action of the administrative authorities of the Member States, maintaining.

  • 3 On the performance of the tasks and powers in the context of the collaboration referred to in the first member, Our Minister of Security and Justice regularly jointly with Our Minister (s) to the co-concern, the public ministry and the governing bodies referred to in the first member.


Title XII. Transitional provisions

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Article 59

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From the officials of the Tax Information and Information Service are the persons appointed by our Minister of Justice to do so by the Court of Justice in respect of the preparatory inquiry into the infringements of the rules laid down in or under the rules of procedure. Financial Relations Law 1994.


Article 60

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  • 1 The decision adjudiation economic offences (Staatsblad No. E 135) is hereby repealed.

  • 2 cases, concerning violations of regulations listed in Article 1, at the time of Without prejudice to the second paragraph of Article 1, entry into force of this Act to a court of appeal, a district court, a court of justice, or the Hoge Raad der Nederlanden (Supreme Court of the Netherlands), shall be brought into effect. of the Penal Code and the fourth paragraph of this Article, in accordance with the rules applicable up to that date.

  • for 3 cases, at the time of entry into force of this Law at a disciplinary court before the prices are brought, are joined by the District court reseised. If, however, the proceedings by the disciplinary court are so advanced that only a final decision need be made, the disciplinary court shall give judgment in accordance with the rules in force at the same time.

  • 4 To the extent cases related to violations of regulations, referred to in Article 1, to the the date of entry into force of this law is not yet to be brought before the court of appeal, the Court of Justice has jurisdiction in a higher court of appeal, within whose jurisdiction the courts have jurisdiction, which has given judgment at first instance.

  • 5 With respect to the execution of judgments of disciplinary judges, the disciplinary court will take the place of the disciplinary court. for the prizes the prosecutor of the district court of the arrondissement, in which the court was responsible.

  • 6 The additional penalties imposed pursuant to the Decision on economic offences referred to in Article 1 (1) (d) (d) a and b, of this Decision, are deemed to be additional penalties referred to in Article 7, first paragraph, under c and a of this law; they shall be deemed to have been imposed under this law.


Article 61 [ expired on 01-06-1999]

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Article 62

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  • 1 The Decision Provisional Disciplinary Measures Food (Staatsblad, No. F 284) is hereby repealed.

  • 2 The provisional disciplinary measures, at the time of entry into force of this Act of force, are maintained. The particularinTitles IV and V are applicable to these measures, except that:

    • a. provisional disciplinary measures, ordered by an official before disciplinary proceedings, are deemed to have been ordered by the D.A. in the district court of the Arrondissement, in which the official was competent for disciplinary action.

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      b. provisional disciplinary measures, ordered by a food security disciplinary tribunal, are deemed to have been ordered by the court of the arrondissement in which the disciplinary court was competent;

    • c. provisional The Court ruled that disciplinary measures, ordered by the Central College of the Court of Justice, are to be regarded as having been ordered by the Court of Justice within the jurisdiction of the disciplinary court, which was the subject of a judgment at first instance.


Article 63

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  • 1 The Law of 24 May 1947 to include the possibility of interim measures relating to the violation of pricing rules (Staatsblad No. H 156) is hereby repealed.

  • 2 The interim measures, at the time of entry into force of this Act, shall be effective, for a period not exceeding six months. after they have been taken. It applies to the Titles IV and V , which are also subject to these measures.


Title XIII. Closing provisions

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  • 1 This law will enter into force on a time to be determined by Us, which may be different for different groups of economic crimes and for several different regulations.

  • 2 They can be cited as "Law on Economic Crimes."

Orders and orders, that it will be placed in the Official Journal of the European Union , and that all Ministerial Departments, Authorities, Colleges and Officials, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Give Paleize Soestdijk, 22 June 1950

JULIANA.

The Minister of Justice, a.i.,

J. H. VAN MAARSEVEEN.

The Minister for Economic Affairs,

VAN DEN BRINK.

The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food,

MANSHOLT.

The Minister of Finance,

P. LIEFTINCK.

The Minister for Reconstruction and Housing,

J. IN ' T LELD.

The Minister of Social Affairs.

A. M. JOEKES.

Issued the seventh July 1950.

The Minister of Justice, a.i.,

J. H. VAN MAARSEVEEN.