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Civil law and civil procedure / Legal costs

Sources of compensation to cover the damage suffered by crime victims; (full text only available in Dutch)

Which sources of compensation cover the damage suffered by crime victims? To what extent do the financial compensation of...

Research with publication | 10-11-2020

Victa vincit veritas? ; Evaluation of the Reform of Review in favor of Former Suspects Act (full text only available in Dutch)

The extraordinary remedy Review in favor of Former Suspects (herziening ten voordele van een gewezen verdachte) is provided...

Research with publication | 11-10-2018

Evaluation of the Dutch Act on court fees; (full text only available in Dutch)

This research report focuses on the Dutch Act on court fees ‘Wet griffierechten burgelijke zaken’ (hereafter: Wgbz). This act...

Research with publication | 30-06-2017

Experiences of Dutch crime victims with damage redress; (full text available only in Dutch)

What actions are undertaken by crime victims, except to join in criminal proceedings, to get redress? What are their...

Research with publication | 16-09-2013

Contribution of defendants to the costs of criminal proceedings; a comparative law report on costs orders (full text available only in Dutch)

In the Netherlands a discussion is going on whether parties in civil and public court proceedings should contribute more...

Research with publication | 01-11-2012

Civil litigation as a means for Dutch crime victims to get damage compensation; usage, problems, and solutions (full text available only in Dutch)

This research concerns the position of victims (both natural persons and companies) who have suffered financial damages as a...

Research with publication | 07-09-2012

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