Royal order (Belgium)

In Belgium, a Royal Decree[1][2] (RD) or Royal Order (About this soundKoninklijk Besluit ) (Dutch), Arrêté Royal (French), or Königlicher Erlass (German) is a federal governmental decree exercising legislation, or powers the legislature has delegated to the crown as secondary legislation. It is issued with the formal signature of the Belgian monarch, and is countersigned by a minister. Its implementation usually begins on the date that it is published in the Belgian Official Journal.

A Royal Decree signed by King Baudouin (protecting houses in Tournai)

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  1. ^ "Belgium Modifies Royal Decree Regarding the Placement on the Market of Substances Manufactured at the Nanoscale, Requires Registration of Mixtures | Lexology". www.lexology.com.
  2. ^ "Тестовая страница". www.brusselstimes.com.