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Civil law and civil procedure / Summons

Cost prices charged for official acts and the price agreements between creditors and bailiffs; (full text only available in Dutch)

Het onderzoeksrapport doet verslag van twee deelonderzoeken. Deelonderzoek A gaat in op de integrale kostprijzen van...

Research with publication | 15-07-2019

The indictment as the basis for the judicial decision; A comparative law study into the framing of indictments and adherence thereto with respect to evidence, legal qualification, and punishment in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, and Germany (full text only available in Dutch)

The central research question is: In which way and according to which procedure are indictments framed in Belgium, France,...

Research with publication | 20-10-2016

Modalities and statutory regulations of serving of documents in criminal cases; Comparative law (full text available only in Dutch)

The central research question is: 'What statutory regulations and modalities exist in the surveyed countries (Belgium,...

Research with publication | 09-01-2013

The functioning of existing Dutch legislation on perpetration and participation; (full text available only in Dutch)

The central question in this study was whether Dutch law relating to participation is perceived as opaque and cumbersome in...

Research with publication | 01-11-2010

A forecasting model of the Dutch justice chain: civil law and administrative law

This report describes a first forecastingmodel for the chains of civil and administrative law.

Research with publication | 24-06-2005

On bailiffs

Publication | 30-04-1999

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