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Netherlands municipal legislation involving questions of public international law, 1991

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1. Stb. 1965 No. 40.

2. Stb. 1989 No. 6, see 21 NYIL (1990) p. 354.

3. Stb. 1973 No. 395.

4. Aliens' Act, Stb. 1965 No. 40.

5. Stb. 1976 No. 468, for virtually the complete text of the act, see 8 NYIL (1977) pp. 328–330.

6. Act of 19 November 1984, Stb. 1984 No. 628, see NYIL (1985) pp. 451–455.

7. Royal Decree of 27 March 1986, Stb. 1986 No. 160, see 18 NYIL (1987) p. 348.

8. Trb. 1975 No. 147, amended and supplemented by the Protocol to the Treaty, Trb. 1978 No. 188, which was drawn up on 17 February 1978.

9. Royal Decree of 22 December 1988, Stb. 1988 No. 636, see 20 NYIL (1989) p. 276.

10. Trb. 1975 No. 147.

11. Up to now, these special dumping regulations have entered into force for only two of six special areas: The Baltic Sea and the North Sea.

12. There are therefore six special areas: The Mediterranean Sea area, the Baltic Sea area, the Black Sea area, the Red Sea area, the ‘Gulf areas’ and the North Sea area.

13. Res. MEPC 36 (28).

14. Trb. 1989 No. 17.

15. Trb. 1989 No. 18.

16. There is also a small amendment to the North Sea installations Act (Article 2).

17. Article 552hh, paragraph 2 of the Code of Criminal Procedure is supplemented correspondingly with regard to the Protocol.

18. In view of the international character of the acts covered by the Convention, mere is no need for such a reservation in the Convention itself. In contrast with hijacking and attacks on fixed platforms (which are covered by the Protocol), factors such as the high degree of mobility of the objects of the crime (vessels), the arbitrary nature of the place where the crime may take place or to which it may be moved, the lack of overriding territorial claims of jurisdiction when such attacks take place on the high seas, and the large numbers, and therefore frequently many different nationalities of the victims, are characteristic of crimes such as the hijacking of vessels and other attacks on shipping. See Appendix Hand. II 1989/90–21 625 (R 1394) No. 3 pp. 2–3.

19. Stb. 1991 No. 708.

20. Stb. 1963 No. 128. See for previous amendments and the legislative context: 8 NYIL (1977) p. 331; 12 NYIL (1981) p. 293; 13 NYIL (1982) p. 315; 15 NYIL (1984) p. 421; 6 NYIL (1985) p. 458; 18 NYIL (1987) p. 350; 20 NYIL (1989) p. 280; 22 NYIL (1991) p. 373.

21. Convention of 29 July 1960, Trb. 1961 No. 27, amended by the Additional Protocol of 28 January 1964 (Trb. 1964 No. 175). For the integrated text see Trb. 1983 No. 181.

22. Convention of 31 January 1963, Trb. 1963 No. 171, amended by the Additional Protocol of 28 January 1964 (Trb. 1964 No. 176). For the integrated text see Trb. 1983 No. 182.

23. Act of 17 March 1979, Stb. 1979 No. 225, see 11 NYIL (1980) pp. 285–286.

24. Act of 26 June 1991, Stb. 1991 No. 369, entered into force on 1 August 1991, Stb. 1991 No. 370.

25. 16 November 1982, Trb. 1983 No. 80, and Trb. 1983 No. 81.

26. Act of 26 June 1991, Stb. 1991 No. 373.

27. Trb. 1988 No. 160.

28. 21 May 1963, Trb. 1964 No. 177.

29. For the completely amended text of the Liability for Nuclear Accidents Act, see Stb. 1991 No. 374.

30. Trb. 1991 No. 31.

31. Art 12(1) reads: ‘Entry into a home against the will of the occupant shall be permitted only in the cases laid down by or puisuant to an Act of Parliament, by those designated for the puipose by or pursuant to an Act of Parliament.’

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