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24.01.2020 NL law
Can the government refrain from imposing enforcement measures if it is not within the offender’s power to comply with a standard?

Short Reads - What should be done if a stakeholder makes a request to the government for enforcement to rectify violations in a scenario where the offender does not have full power to comply because of a reliance on third parties? The Administrative Division of the Dutch Council of State ruled on 23 January 2019 that an administrative body cannot simply reject an enforcement request in such a situation, but must consider whether, for example, the imposition of an order subject to a penalty payment may provide an incentive for the actual termination of the violation.

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