Decision of 23 August 1984 laying down the transitional arrangements applicable from 1 October 1984 to the amendment of the remuneration of military staff following the structural review of the Remuneration Act Civil and civil servants 1948-1 January 1984
We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.
On the nomination of the Secretary of State for Defence, drs. W. K. Hoekzema of 29 June 1984, Division of Working Conditions Military Personnel, No D 81/780/41743;
Having regard to Article 12 of the Military Staff Act 1931 ( Stb. 519) and Article 2 of the Law on the legal status of conscripts ( Stb. -1971, 231);
The Council of State heard (opinion delivered on 27 July 1984, No W 07.84.0339/16.4.30);
Having regard to the further report of the abovementioned Secretary of State of 17 August 1984, No D 81/780/42031;
Have found good and understand:
By way of derogation from the remuneration provided for in Article 2 (2) of the Decision of the Commission of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council Stb. 50) and Annex A referred to in Article 28 (2) of the Staff Regulations on the Land and Air Forces 1969 ( Stb. 1968, 523), has a flag or chief officer with the rank of scout-by-night or General-Major, who on the day preceding the date of entry into force of this Decision:
a. that rank for less than two years and which, on 1 October 1984, has a service period of less than 31 years, with effect from that date, is entitled to a pay/race of f 10.897;-;
(b) who occupies a grade for less than two years and who, at the date of two years ' promotion to that grade, has a period of service of less than 32 years, with effect from that date; the maximum amount of the grade for that grade; (i) established remuneration;
c. for 2 years or more and who has a serving time of less than 32 years on 1 October 1984, with effect from that date which is entitled to the maximum amount of the remuneration fixed for that grade.
1 By way of derogation from Article 3, fifth paragraph, of the Beluit revision of the military military naval force of 1954 ( Stb. 50), the remuneration of a military person, whose remuneration was increased by 30 September 1984 under that article, as at that date, shall not be increased by 7,1%.
2 By way of derogation from Article 37 (2) of the Staff Regulations on the Land and Air Forces 1969 ( Stb. 1968, 523), the race for a military which, on 30 September 1984, was entitled to a guarantee allowance on the basis of that article was not increased by 7,1%, as it was on that date.
This Decision shall enter into force on 1 October 1984.
Burden and order that this Decision, together with the accompanying note of explanatory note to the State Sheet will be placed and copies will be sent to the Council of State and to the Court of Auditors.
' s-Gravenhage, 23 August 1984
The Secretary of State for Defence,
W. K. HoekzemaPublished the 25th September 1984
The Minister of Justice,
F. Korthals Altes