Law of 4 June 1992, amending the Nature Conservation Act and the Pachtwet in relation to nature and landscape management in agricultural areas and reserves
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 considered that it would be desirable, on the one hand, to provide a legal basis for the granting of compensation in respect of the voluntary provision or co operation of agricultural holdings, within the framework of the designated areas, on the management of nature and landscape, and, on the other hand, to increase opportunities to involve leaseholders in the management and management of, from a nature and landscape protection point of view, sensitive areas;
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:
The provisions of this Act amending the Pachtwet shall not apply to lease agreements entered into for the entry into force of this Act and from which a written lease or judgment shall be sent to the ground chamber for approval within a given period; years after the entry into force of this Act.
The articles of this Law 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 that are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and officials who so concern will keep their hands on the precise execution.
Issued at The Hague, 4 June 1992
The Minister for Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries,
The Secretary of State for Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries,
J. D. Gabor
The Secretary of State for Justice,
A. KostoIssued the 20th of August 1992
The Minister of Justice,
E. M. H. Hirsch Ballin