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Annotatie onder Hoge Raad - 11 december 2015

Annotatie onder Hoge Raad - 11 december 2015

Annotatie onder Hoge Raad - 11 december 2015

11.12.2015 NL law

De Hoge Raad bepaalde dat contractuele bepalingen waarbij bestuurlijke boetes (waaronder boetes bij overtredingen van de Wet Arbeid Vreemdelingen) worden doorgelegd aan de wederpartij, zijn toegestaan. Deze bepalingen doen volgens de Hoge Raad geen onaanvaardbare afbreuk aan het doel of de strekking van bestuursrechtelijke handhaving.

Marie-Hélène Berghuijs schreef de annotatie bij deze uitspraak. Deze annotatie is gepubliceerd in JOR 2016/85. 

Lees de volledige volledige annotatie. 

 

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