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By The Publisher On Wednesday, November 11th, 2020
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“Without regard to persons,” they claim.

By A Contributor The predominantly Dutch European Judiciary and Public Prosecution Service consistently claim that adjudication and prosecution takes place without regard to persons (‘zonder aanziens des More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, October 27th, 2019
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The law on long lease

By Hilbert Haar The Christophe Emmanuel case begs a lot of questions. The first one is of course whether a crime was committed at all. From the currently available information it is hard to answer this question More...

By The Publisher On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
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Parliament and senate approve intervention in Statia

THE HAGUE – The Second and First Chamber unanimously approved the legislation that underpins the Dutch administrative intervention in Statia. State Secretary Raymond Knops travels on Wednesday morning to Statia More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, January 18th, 2018
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Ombudsman finds no reason to challenge new Integrity Chamber law

Philipsburg — On January 29th the period provided to the Ombudsman by the Constitution to possibly present the new National Ordinance Integrity Chamber, ratified on 18 December 2017, to the Constitutional More...

By Online Editor On Thursday, July 6th, 2017
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About the law: Work permits By Cor Merx, attorney at law

Three weeks ago I wrote about the labor issue from Minister Lee. I was called very often to continue with that issue. Many questions came up that I need to answer. If there are local people available for (local) More...





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