There are two types of detention: imprisonment for a maximum of one year and four months that is less severe than a jail sentence, usually the time is spent in a detention centre. The other is imprisonment...
Status of detaineesOther
Administrative typology of detainees in a penitentiary by type of detention. This is determined by the phase in the legal process (for instance: detention on remand, convict) the type of sentence (imprisonment,...
Detention on remandOther
Detention in a detention centre before the court hearings start. This is generally applied to suspects of serious crimes, punishable by at least four years in jail, or when there is a security risk or...
What should I do if I do not agree with the fine or the order subject to a penalty? The legal procedure.Other
Penitentiary for imprisonment of several types of offenders: People in detention on remand who must await their trial in detention, people serving a short jail sentence, several special legal cases such...
Non-life insurance claimOther
Payment made by resident and non-resident insurance companies to resident and non-resident policy holders in order to compensate for damage resulting from accident, illness, theft, collision etc.
CBS introducing new population classification by originArticles
In 2022, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) will adopt a different approach when publishing data on people currently referred to as having a western or non-western migration background. Greater emphasis will...
Retail turnover almost 9 percent up in MarchArticles
the Dutch retail sector recorded 8.8 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went up by 3.7 percent. .
Deputy Director General Bert Kroese appointed to top IMF positionArticles
Bert Kroese (54), Deputy Director General of Statistics Netherlands (CBS), will be appointed Chief Statistician and Data Officer and Director of the Statistics Department of the International Monetary...
Retail turnover over 17 percent up in JanuaryArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 17.2 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Compulsory, non-periodical payments to the government. They are based on the wealth of taxable persons. In practise, they only cover the inheritance tax.
84 percent of sunflower oil imports in 2021 came from UkraineArticles
In 2021, Ukraine was the largest supplier of crude sunflower oil and maize to the Netherlands.
Retail turnover over 4 percent up in 2021Articles
Adjusted for the shopping day-pattern, the Dutch retail sector achieved 4.4 percent turnover growth in 2021.
Retail turnover almost 17 percent up in FebruaryArticles
The Dutch retail sector recorded 16.5 percent year-on-year turnover growth. The volume of sales went up by 12 percent.
Retail turnover over 5 percent up in NovemberArticles
In November, the Dutch retail sector recorded 5.2 percent year-on-year turnover growth.
Government deficit for 2021 down to 2.5 percent of GDPArticles
In 2021, the Dutch government recorded a budget deficit of almost 22 billion euros. This is equal to 2.5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
Someone forced to spend time in a Dutch penitentiary, such as a detention centre or jail, either awaiting a court case or serving a prison sentence or a measure passed by a judge, or awaiting extradition/expulsion...
In criminal and sometimes in administrative law, a settlement on an offence that is not too serious, proposed by the public prosecutor. Usually a fine payable by the suspect.
Meeting one or more prerequisites set by the police or the public prosecutor under certain circumstances to prevent prosecution such as paying a fine, so that the right to prosecute ends.
New classification for financial and non-financial holding corporationsOther
Dutch Central Bank (DNB) and Statistics Netherlands (CBS) setting-up a joint register for financial and non-financial corporations for observation purposes.
Occasional payments that are part of the gross wages such as holiday allowance, profit sharing, bonuses etc.