Thanks to the Temporary Domestic Exclusion Order Act a serious dispute within a family can be solved, without one parent actually being charged in court. This is in the end better for both the parents and the child.
Once the bill has been passed by the Senate, the new law must be published in the Bulletin of Acts and Decrees. The bill is signed by the Head of State and by the minister who defended the bill. In the case of the Temporary Domestic Exclusion Order Act 2008 (Wet tijdelijk huisverbod ), the minister of Security and Justice signed the bill and was responsible for its publication in the Bulletin of Acts and Decrees. For the most part, a law comes into force though a separate decree, often on 1 January, but this may also happen on another date.