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EXPERIENCES WITH CERTIFICATION: RECONSIDERING THE USE OF A COMMUNICATIVE INSTRUMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENFORCING LEGISLATION

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Affiliations: 1: The author is a lecturer in constitutional and administrative law at the University of Tilburg. This article is largely based on his doctoral-research: G.J.M. EVERS, BLIND VERTROUWEN? EEN ONDERZOEK NAAR DE TOEPASSING VAN CERTIFICATIE TEN DIENSTE VAN DE HANDHAVING VAN WETTELIJKE VOORSCHRIFTEN (Boom Juridische uitgevers, Tilburg, 2002). Contact:, Email: G.J.M.Evers@uvt.nl.

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2003-01-01
2016-09-30

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