Decision of 2 November 1993 laying down detailed rules for the concept of end-of-life vehicles
We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.
On the nomination of Our Minister for Housing, Regional Planning and the Environment of 19 July 1993, No MJZ19793010, Central Committee of Legal Affairs, Law Division;
Having regard to Article 1.1, first paragraph, of the Environment ;
The Council of State heard (opinion delivered on 14 October 1993, No W08.93.0475);
Having regard to the detailed report by Our Minister for Housing, Regional Planning and the Environment of 26 October 1993, No MJZ26o93055, Central Executive Board of Legal Affairs, Law Division;
Have found good and understand:
In cases where vehicles of more than two wheels, which are technically not in sufficient condition of maintenance and are in a manifestly neglected state, are not fitted with a registration number of these vehicles, Article 36, first paragraph, of the Road Traffic Act 1994 or a valid registration certificate as intended Article 36, second paragraph, of the Road Traffic Act 1994 , these are considered as end-of-life vehicles.
This Decision shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree.
This decision is referred to as: 'Decision defining' concept of 'end-of-life' vehicles.
Burden and order that this Decision, together with the accompanying note of explanatory note to the State Sheet will be placed.
Hague, 2 November 1993
The Minister for Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment,
J. G. M. AldersPublished the 12th of November 1993
The Minister of Justice,
E. M. H. Hirsch Ballin