Decision of 20 May 1933 on the adoption of a general measure of administrative action referred to in Article 73a of the Law on Notation, equal to that Article as laid down by the Law of 15 May 1931, Stb. 195
We WILHELMINA, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc., etc., etc.
On the nomination of Onzen Minister of Justice of 21 April 1933, Subpart I C , n ° 839;
Whereas the rules must be laid down for the implementation of Article 73 of the Treaty; A of the Law on the Ministry of Notation, as this Article is laid down by the Law of 15 May 1931 ( State Sheet n ° 195);
Heard the Council of State (opinion of 9 May 1933, n ° 20);
Having regard to the further report of Onzen, Minister for the 17 May 1933, 1st Subsection C, n ° 875;
Have found good and understand:
1 By us, a Central Bureau of Assistance is hereby established, which will assist the Chambers of Supervision of notaries and candidate notaries in supervising the fulfilment of the provisions of Article 73 A of the Law on the Ministry of Notation and the obligation to keep accounts established.
2 At the request of the Board of the Notary Pension Fund, referred to in Article 4 of the Law on the introduction of an age limit for notarial office and setting up a notarial pension fund The Minister of Justice may provide that the Management Central Office shall carry out, for the purposes of and at the expense of that Fund, the activities which the Management Board of the Fund may contribute to the Agency for the purposes of data collection as provided for in the Articles 11 and 12 Animal law.
3 At the request of the Board of the Company Pension Fund for the Notary clerks, our Minister of Justice may provide that the Central Office for the purpose of that Fund shall carry out the work, which may be the management of the Fund. to collect data required by employers affiliated to the fund under Article 3 of the Act on compulsory participation in an occupational pension fund to provide the management of the fund.
1 The Central Office is established in a municipality to be referred to by our party.
2 It consists of a chairperson and at least two experts, by appointing us.
3 We reserve the appointment of a deputy chairman and one or more deputy experts to replace in his absence, prevent or discontinue his absence.
4 Our Minister of Justice shall appoint the personnel attached to the Central Bureau.
1 The President and the experts are obliged to have their place of residence in the municipality, where the Central Office is located.
2 The Minister of Justice may, each time for a certain period of time, exempt from this obligation. The place of residence shall be designated by the decision in question.
3 The staff associated with the Central Office may reside outside the office of the Office of the Office, subject to the consent of the President.
1 Before entering operation, the President, the experts and the staff attached to the Central Bureau shall take the following oath:
" I swear (Promise) faithfully to the King and to the laws of the Reichsmen.
I swear (declare) that I am neither medic nor immediately, under any form or pretext, to obtain my appointment to anyone, whoever he or she has given or promised, or will not give or promise.
I swear (promise) that in order to do or leave something in mine, no one shall take no oath of office nor deliver any promises or gifts immediately, that I will carry out my task meticulously and diligently and the business of which I am to be carry knowledge, and which have been entrusted to me as secret or for which I have to understand the confidential nature, will not reveal to others, than to them, to whom I am obliged, according to the law or of its own motion, to be a part of it.
So help me God almighty.
(I hereby declare and promise). '
2 The President shall take the oath of office in the hands of the Minister of Justice, the experts and the staff attached to the Central Bureau in the hands of the Chairman.
Three of the swearing-in shall be made out in minutes.
1 The President enjoys a month of holiday every year. For more than eight consecutive days of absence from his holiday, he is required to leave our Minister for Justice.
2 The leave of leave to the experts and the staff attached to the Central Bureau shall be granted by the Chairman.
The experts do not hold any public or private secondary or functional relations, to which monetary questions are linked, without the permission of our Minister of Justice; the personnel attached to the Central Bureau do not do so without The President's consent.
1 The President shall be responsible for leading the meetings of the Central Office and with the general arrangements for the activities of the experts.
2 He shall also arrange for the work of the staff attached to the Central Office and shall supervise them.
As Secretary of the Central Bureau, one of the experts shall act by designating the President.
4 If the Central Office is to adopt a Rules of Procedure, it is not required to approve the Minister of Justice's approval.
1 The Central Office shall practice Article 1, first paragraph , the task referred to by:
1 °, on behalf of the Chambers of Supervision, to examine by his experts whether the notaries properly comply with the obligation to keep accounts, imposed by Article 73. A of the Law on the Notary Office;
2 °. for the purposes of the contracts referred to in (1) above, it shall be carried out in respect of all notaries in respect of such contracts.
2. It shall be in Article 1, second and third paragraphs , the tasks referred to, as provided for in the previous paragraph, are to be carried out;
3 Each of the experts is competent in the whole of the country.
4 The notaries shall cooperate, including by the experts and members of the staff attached to the Central Bureau, by whom the experts are responsible for the inspection of their accounts.
1 The Central Office shall send to the Chamber of Supervision as soon as possible after each examination as referred to in the first paragraph of the previous article, a report drawn up by the expert on the latter's findings.
2 Do not lead the investigation into observations of particular nature, then it may be sufficient to mention only that fact in the report.
On behalf of the Chairman of a Chamber of Supervision, which considers an immediate examination of a certain notary, the Central Bureau shall carry out the investigation without delay.
The Chairman of a Supervisory Board may appoint the Central Bureau to appoint an expert to assist the Member or the members of the Chamber, with the task of instituting an inquiry under Article 17 of the Rules of implementation of Article 50 B * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *)
The Central Bureau and the experts shall provide the Chamber of Supervision and its President with any information which will be appropriate to the Chamber or the President.
The Central Office shall, on request, inform the Minister of Justice of the matter of information in all questions relating to the implementation of Article 73 A of the Law on the Notary Office. It is responsible for the Minister's own initiative as well as to make proposals on this matter.
By 1 May, the Central Bureau shall report to Onzen Minister for Justice on its activities in the year of the year of the year.
1 Before 1 March each year, the Central Office shall record a statement of the costs incurred during the last year of work carried out. The state contains the various items of checkout.
2 The cost is an interest on the expenditure of the last year; this interest shall be calculated in respect of a full year to an interest rate equal to that of De Nederlandsche Bank N.V., in force on 1 July of the last year, reduced by half a percentage point.
3 The State of cost needs the approval of Onzen Minister for Justice.
1 If the Central Office is in the past year's activities as referred to in Article 1, second paragraph The Minister of Justice shall, after consulting the Central Bureau, appoint a representative appointed by our Minister for the notarial and administration of the Notarial Pension Fund, to determine which part of the costs is to be regarded as: costs incurred in the exercise of the task referred to in Article 1, second paragraph .
2 The amount of the costs referred to in the preceding Article or, in the case of the preceding paragraph, the amount of the expenses remaining after deduction of the part referred to therein shall be apportioned by the Central Office over all the costs of the goods established in the Netherlands. notaries having regard to the following rules.
1 Telken jare before 1 April shall declare to the Central Office any of the ten classes below which are to be listed below.
2 To Class A they have had a pure income of less than 25 000 in the exercise of the notariate over the course of the previous calendar year; B they, who have had a pure income of f 25 000,-or more but less than 50 000,-; C they, who have had a pure income of f 50 000,-or more but less than f 75 000,-; Ed they, who have had a pure income of f 75 000,-or more but less than or less than 100 000,- P. they, who have had a pure income of f 100 000,-or more but less than or less than 150 000,- f. they, who have had a pure income of f 150 000,-or more but less than f 200 000,-; G they, who have had a pure income of f 200 000,-or more, but less than f 300 000,-; H they, who have had a pure income of f 300 000,-or more but less than or less than 400 000,- I they, who have had a pure income of f 400 000,-or more but less than 5 500 000,- J they, who have had a pure income of f 500 000,-or more.
3. 'Income' means any income arising directly or indirectly from the exercise of the notarial system. Indirect income includes, inter alia, administration, executors and directors ' wages, income from treasurers of polders or waterboards, or from other function oils, if deemed to have been obtained in connection with the With the notariate.
4 The cover is done about them, which belong to class a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, or J in relation to 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19.
5 In the course of the year in which a notary accepts or ceases to serve his ministry, he shall not carry or contribute to his or his inherits or to the right.
1 The Central Bureau reminds the notaries of their obligation to declare, in January, the notaries.
2 They, who, after repeated notice, have not declared before 15 April, shall be classified by the Central Office in the upper class of its own motion.
1 The year of the attack shall be published by the Central Office as soon as possible before the end of the month of May of the following year, indicating where and when and how the payment is to be made.
2 The Central Office shall bring the fixing of the Article 17, first paragraph As a matter of urgency, part of the costs of the Notarial Pension Fund shall be notified where, where and how the payment is to be made.
In den in Article 16 It shall be included in the amount of the costs of a previous year, which may not have been paid.
This Decision shall enter into force on a time to be determined by Us.
Our Minister is responsible for the implementation of this decision, in the State Sheet will be placed.
' s-Gravenhage, den 20sten May 1933
The Minister of Justice,
J. DONNER.Published two June 1933.
The Minister of Justice,