Law of 23 April 1879, laying down rules for the levying of civil servants 'rights in respect of civil servants' civil servants '
We WILLEM III, at the grace of God, King of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Great-Duke of Luxembourg, etc., etc., etc.
Allen, who will see these or read hooren, salut! do n' t know:
We have therefore taken the view that the levying of the levy imposed on the civil servants ' status as a result of the payment of a system of civil servants is progressing;
So it is that we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have found and understand, as we approve, and understand the following:
Funds may be levied in respect of the making up of instruments or other payment of civil servant status, save in cases and in accordance with or pursuant to this Law.
1 There is a duty to be determined by a general measure of management
a. for each copy of a deed of civil stand as intended in Article 23b, 2nd paragraph, of Book 1 of the Civil Code ;
b. for each extract referred to in Article 23b, 1st paragraph, of Book 1 of the Civil Code ;
c. for any declaration of matrimonial privilege as intended Article 49a of Book 1 of the Civil Code ;
d. For each attestation, the vita, as intended Article 19k of Book 1 of the Civil Code and
e. for each multi-lingual extract from a deed of civil status.
Copies of or extracts from marriage certificates or instruments of incorporation of a registered partnership into a marriage shall be issued free of charge for the benefit of a fair marriage, provided that the destination is drawn from the document itself and it is so No other end may be used.
2 The payment of these regs shall be exempt:
1 °. they, having the requested copy or extract necessary in their personal interest, who do so in their personal interest, are evidenced by a certificate issued by the mayor of their place of residence or residence;
2. public officials, administrations and institutions, in respect of the copies or extracts, requested by them in the public interest.
1 The regs, pursuant to Art. 2 They will be collected for the benefit of the municipal gas.
2 They shall be collected by the official of the civil bodies at the time of presentation of the copy or extract, in accordance with which the amount due shall be recorded, and shall be recorded in the manner, by us, in accordance with the procedure for which they are to be determined.
1 There are at least twice a week in the communes exceeding ten thousand souls and at least once a week in all other occasions for marriage of marriage, registration of a partnership or conversion of a registered office. partnership.
2 The official of the civil status shall determine the days and hours before it.
1 Local, in the house of the municipal council for marriage, registration of a partnership or conversion of a registered partnership, shall be made available by the college of mayor and aldermen.
2 For matrimonial purposes, registration of a partnership or conversion of a registered partnership, by any time or other method other than that of which it is free of charge pursuant to the provision of the prior article, may be Municipality shall be subject to a duty as referred to in Article 229 of the Municipal Act ( Stb 1992, 96).
1 This Act shall enter into force on a time to be determined by Our Member State.
2 With the entry into force of this law, the Imperial Decree of 12 July 1807 and all the other regulations governing the levying of instruments or other payment of civil status shall be cancelled.
This law may be cited as: Law of civil status.
Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all ministerial departments, Authorities, Collegiate Bodies and Officials, with which this is concerned, will hold on to the proper execution.
Given in Amsterdam, den 23sten April 1879
The Minister for Internal Affairs,
KAPPEYNE.Spent six and twenty April, 1879.
The Minister of Justice,
H. J. SMIDT.