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Accelerating Court Proceedings with the Dutch Crisis and Recovery Act: Direct and Indirect Effects of Procedural Provisions

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In 2008 in response to the global economic crisis the Dutch government enacted the Crisis and Recovery Act, aimed at accelerating various projects to strengthening the Dutch economy. This act contained measures to expedite appeals, introduced a ‘relativity’-principle and limited judicial review. Our evaluation, two years after coming into force of the act, shows that the measures have a negligible effect on accelerating projects and that several side-effects can be identified. We conclude that some measures should be reconsidered.

Affiliations: 1: * University of Groningen, ; 2: ** Tilburg University & University of Groningen, ; 3: *** University of Groningen,


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