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Jaar 2009 x

E.B. van Veen

J. Legemaate
Jurisprudentie

2009/13 Rijden onder invloed; beoordeling door psychiater ten behoeve van Centraal Bureau Rijvaardigheidsbewijzen; bloedonderzoek; gebruik ongevraagde analysegegevens in rapportage; inzage- en blokkeringrecht; publieke veiligheid sluit blokkeringrecht uit: klacht ongegrond

Centraal Tuchtcollege voor de Gezondheidszorg (mr. R.A. Torrenga, voorzitter, mrs. R. Veldhuisen en W. Jonkers, leden-juristen, H.J. Dalewijk en mr. drs. R.H. Zuijderhoudt, leden-beroepsgenoten, mr. H.J. Lutgert, secretaris) d.d. 30 oktober 2008 (m.nt. pr

Tijdschrift Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidsrecht, Aflevering 3 2009
Auteurs



Laurens Bakker
Laurens Bakker (l.bakker@jur.ru.nl) is a researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies and the Institute of Sociology of Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Karin Nijenhuis
Karin Nijenhuis (nijenhuis@ascleiden.nl) is a human geographer and environmental jurist. She is doing her PhD on the mobility of farmers and conflicts over access to land in Mali at the African Studies Centre, Leiden. In addition she is working as a senior project manager at the Center for International Legal Cooperation (CILC) in The Hague.

Michiel Köhne
Michiel Köhne (michiel.kohne@wur.nl) is assistant professor at Law and Governance, Wageningen University. His main topic of interest is the relationships between law and development. He is presently working on two different topics. The first regards rights of indigenous peoples to land and self governance. The second concerns transnational regulation of tropical commodity chains in which western conglomerates of multinationals and NGOs make rules with regard to agrarian production in developing countries.

    This article deals with chapter 13 of the CEPEJ report European judicial systems on the execution of court decisions. Unfortunately the report doesn't answer the question how far court decisions are being executed. The report does give information on organisations and agents involved in the enforcement of court decisions. The author gives an impression of the big differences existing between European countries in this field. Most important is the distinction between states where the responsibility for enforcement lies with public authorities and those where this responsibility is left to private agencies. The CEPEJ report seems to suggest that various European countries do a lot more than the Netherlands to guarantee that the law actually takes its course. In the Netherlands state responsibility is limited to the maintenance of means which can be used by parties - for their own cost and risk - in order to compel the execution of a court decision.


R.J.J. Eshuis
Dr. Roland Eshuis is werkzaam als onderzoeker bij het WODC. Hij was wetenschappelijk adviseur bij de eerste CEPEJ-studie en verzorgde daarvan de analyse en rapportage.

    Maja Deković reviews Parenting and Juvenile Delinquency written by M. Hoeve.


Prof. dr. Maja Deković
Prof. dr. M. Deković is hoogleraar orthopedagogiek, i.h.b. psychosociale en opvoedingsproblemen, Universiteit Utrecht, M. Dekovic@uu.nl.
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