The Effect of the CBM (Amendment) Act, the CBM Quality Requirements Decree and the Regulations on CBM Remuneration

The Effect of the CBM (Amendment) Act, the CBM Quality Requirements Decree and the Regulations on CBM Remuneration

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Summary

Book 1 of the Dutch Civil Code (Burgerlijk Wetboek) includes three protection measures that provide protection to vulnerable adults who are unable to represent their interests or look after themselves in an adequate manner, by the appointment of a legal representative. These measures are curatorship, protective administration and mentorship. The subdistrict court judge decides on the implementation or withdrawal of these measures.
Bureau Bartels conducted a survey on the practical experiences of various types of actors regarding the changes pursuant to the CBM Act, the Quality Requirements Decree and the Remuneration Regulations.

Publication data

Author(s):
Davelaar, E.J., Tissing, H.A., Waal, J. (ass.)
Organization(s):
Bureau Bartels, WODC
Place of publication:
Amersfoort
Publisher:
Bureau Bartels
Year of publication:
2018

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