De dubbele woonplaats in het socialezekerheidsrecht

This dissertation deals with the application of residence related rules to persons with a dual residence. It describes the role of residence in Dutch social security law in general and the phenomenon of dual residence in particular.

Onderzoek naar de toepassing van woonplaatsbepalingen op coouders en semigranten.

A growing number of people live in more than one place at the same time. For example in the case of shared parenting or semigrants (people who have taken up residence in another country without definitely turning their back on their country of origin). It is often difficult to apply legislation to these persons. This is also the case in Dutch social security law. This field of law has hundreds of provisions in which it matters where someone lives.

The dissertation contains two sub-studies which examine how administrative authorities and courts apply residence related rules. Does this happen in a consistent, diligent and responsive manner? The sub-study on shared parenting focuses on household rules, whereas the sub-study on semigrants deals with residency rules. Both sub-studies contain an extensive description of legislation, policy and case law.

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