Central Committee and Plenary Sessions of Parliament scheduled for Monday

There is a Central Committee and Plenary session of Parliament on October 07 with regarding the Civil Code.

The Central Committee session is on Monday at 10.00am and the plenary public session of the House is at 3.00pm in the General Assembly Chamber of the House at Wilhelmina Straat #1 in Philipsburg.


The Central Committee session will deal with four agenda points namely: National Ordinance on Insurance & Annuity; National Ordinance Revising Book 2 of the Civil Code; National Ordinance amending the Civil Code regarding the Civil Claims and Bankruptcy Decree 1931; and the National Ordinance amending Book 3 of the Civil Code regarding Trusts.

The Plenary public session of the House has 13 agenda points with the first two related to incoming documents and the approval of the decision list of the plenary sessions of 11 and 12 September, 2013.

The third agenda point is the approval of the National Ordinance Book 4 concerning Inheritance and Legacies; National Ordinance amending Book 3 of the Civil Code regarding Trusts; National Ordinance to amend Book 1 of the Civil Code Implementation Centralized Registration Child Abuse; National Ordinance Regarding Provisions on the Sale of Property and Assets and National Ordinance Sale of Property and Acceptance/Contracting Work.

National Ordinance supplementing Title 1 of Book 7 of the Civil Code regarding Provisions to Protect Consumers, particularly Telesales Contracts and Warranties; National Ordinance Joint Custody of Minors/Under aged Children; and National Ordinance on Sole Proprietorship.

National Ordinance on Insurance and Annuity; National Ordinance Revision Common Law Marriage; National Ordinance amending Book 2 of the Civil Code; and National Ordinance Civil Claims and Bankruptcy.

Members of the public are invited to the House of Parliament to attend parliamentary deliberations.

The House of Parliament is located across from the Court House in Philipsburg.

The parliamentary sessions will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 120, via Pearl Radio FM 98.1, the audio via the Internet www.pearlfmradio.com, and also via www.sxmparliament.org.