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Introduction of a Relativity-related Requirement in Dutch Administrative Law

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For several years, there has been a discussion on whether it is desirable to introduce a relativity-related requirement in Dutch administrative law. Cases of environmental law and planning law, in particular, are used to suggest that the lack of any kind of protective norm doctrine in Dutch administrative law means that the possibilities for legal protection are sometimes not properly used. This article analyses whether the introduction of some kind of relativity-related requirement is possible in the light of European Community law.

Affiliations: 1: Utrecht University


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