Categorie: Government Enforcement and Investigations

Taxi licence appeals can be complex and in order to have the highest chance of success you need to be discussing your case with a dedicated taxi defence lawyer. The taxi licensing authorities have wide reaching authority to revoke and suspend licences. On occasion these powers can be misapplied and these issues can be successfully appealed at the District Court or the Administrative Court for Trade and Industry.

Regulatory Authorities (or Inspectorates) enforce regulation through their inspections, such as the DNB and AFM. When an offence is established, an administrative penalty is usually imposed by the Regulatory Authority (or Inspectorate). The Regulatory Authority (or Inspectorate) can also issue a penalty or administrative coercion. An Attorney can lodge an objection against a decision by a Regulatory Authority (or Inspectorate) to issue a fine, periodic penalty payment or administrative coercion. An Attorney may also be present during the Inspectorate of the Regulatory Authority (or Inspectorate).