Citizens' experiences regarding objection procedures

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Citizens' experiences regarding objection procedures

a study exploring citizens' experiences regarding the objection procedure legislation regulated in the Dutch General Administrative Law Act (full text available only in Dutch)

Summary

The Dutch General Administrative Law Act lays down general rules that in principle apply to the entire field of administrative law. As a result, its scope of application is broad, covering a variety of legal areas, such as environmental law, spatial planning law, social security law economic administrative law, aliens law, tax law and art subsidies. To a number of general issues in these areas this Act applies. If a decision can be appealed to a court, the general rule is that an objection procedure must be followed before the matter can be taken to court.

Publication data

Author(s):
Waard, B.W.N. de (ed.), Bolt, K.F., Merkx, C.J.A.M., Muijnck, J.A. de, Oude Vrielink, M.J., Rutten-van Deurzen, W.M.C.J. (ass.)
Organization(s):
University of Tilburg - Faculty of Law, WODC
Place of publication:
Den Haag
Publisher:
Boom Juridische uitgevers
Year of publication:
2011
ISBN:
978-90-8974-418-0

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