Decision Dna Testing Paternity

Original Language Title: Besluit DNA-onderzoek vaderschap

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Council decision of 20 October 2008, on the requirements imposed on the paternity investigation related to recognition referred to in article 4, paragraph 4, Netherlands nationality law and article II, paragraph 1 (b) of the law of 27 June 2008, amending the Dutch nationality law establishing a statement of belonging, and adjusting the arrangement of the acquisition of Netherlands nationality after recognition (Stb. 270) (decision DNA testing paternity) we Beatrix , by the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.
On the proposal of the Minister of Justice of 29 July 2008, Executive Board Legislation, nr. 5553785/08/6;
Having regard to article 4, paragraph 6, Netherlands nationality law and article II, paragraph 3, of the law of 27 June 2008, amending the Dutch nationality law establishing a statement of belonging, and adjusting the arrangement of the acquisition of Netherlands nationality after recognition (Stb. 270);
The Council of State of the Kingdom heard (opinion of August 27, 2008, nr. W 03.08.0364/II/K);
Having regard to the further report of the Minister of Justice of 13 October 2008, Executive Board Legislation, nr. 5566748/08/6;
The provisions of the Charter for the Kingdom being taken into account;
Article 1 1 The goedgevonden and have mean: Dutchman who has a minor alien does not acknowledge or recognized shows the biological fatherhood, referred to in article 4, paragraph 4, Netherlands nationality law, by means of DNA testing.
2 the alien referred to in article II, paragraph 1 (b) of the law of 27 June 2008, amending the Dutch nationality law establishing a statement of belonging, and adjusting the arrangement of the acquisition of Netherlands nationality after recognition (Stb. 270) shows the biological paternity of his erkenner through DNA testing.
3 The DNA evidence, referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be established by means of a recognizable as such and signed report of a laboratory as referred to in paragraph 6.
4 The DNA evidence, referred to in paragraph 1, shall be presented to the competent authority, which is responsible for the Administration, referred to in article 1 (f) of the decision, or Netherlands nationality acquisition and loss, abroad, at the head of the diplomatic mission or consular post.
5 The DNA evidence, referred to in paragraph 2, shall be presented to the authority competent to confirmation of the acquisition of Netherlands nationality.
6 DNA testing is carried out in a laboratory: a. that is accredited by the Accreditation Council on the basis of the criteria set out under BS EN ISO/IEC 17025 or BS EN ISO/IEC 15189 and the recommendations of the Paternity Testing Commission of the International Society of Forensic Genetics (FSI 2007);
b. which is located abroad and by a comparable authority for accreditation with the Council or by a competent authority is accredited on the basis of the criteria set out under BS EN ISO/IEC 17025 or BS EN ISO/IEC 15189 and the recommendations of the Paternity Testing Commission of the International Society of Forensic Genetics (FSI 2007).
7 a ministerial order may further requirements in relation to the laboratories referred to in paragraph 6.

Article 2 this decision shall enter into force on the day on which the law of 27 June 2008, amending the Dutch nationality law establishing a statement of belonging, and adjusting the arrangement of the acquisition of Netherlands nationality after recognition (Stb. 270) enters into force.

Article 3 this decision is cited as: decision DNA testing paternity.
Charges and recommended that this decision with the corresponding note of explanation in the Official Gazette, in the official journal of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba will be posted in the Afkondigings Journal of.
The Hague, 20 October 2008 Beatrix the Minister of Justice, E. M. H.
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