Decision of 5 November 2001 laying down detailed rules on the professional requirements of members of the Board of Administrative Appeals of the Council of State (State Council Decision of the Appeals Board)
We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.
On the nomination of Our Minister of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations of 1 October 2001, no. CW2001/87391, Directorate-General for Constitutional Affairs and Kingdom Relations;
Having regard to Article 29, 2nd paragraph, of the Law on the Council of State ;
The Council of State heard (opinion delivered on 18 October 2001, No W04.01.0513/I);
Having regard to the further report of our Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations of 29 October 2001, No CW2001/92159;
Have found good and understand:
1 The final examination, for the purpose of Article 2, fourth paragraph, of the Law on the Council of State , it is formulated in such a way that at least thorough knowledge of and understanding is obtained in three of the five following jurisdictions:
a. Civil law, including civil procedural law;
b. criminal law, including criminal procedural law;
(c) administrative law, including administrative procedural law;
d. State law;
e. tax law.
2 To the three jurisdictions referred to in paragraph 1, in each case, two of the jurisdictions listed in points (a) to (c) shall be included.
This Decision shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree.
This Decision is referred to as: The State Council of State's professional requirements.
Charges and orders that this Decision will be placed in the Official Journal by means of the note of explanatory note accompanying it.
-The Hague, 5 November 2001
The Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations,
K. G. de VriesPublished the 11th December 2001
The Minister of Justice,
A. H. Korthals