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Hi MW, the article now mentions two sources: the official website of the Directorate-General Civil Security, where most of the information comes from, and a news article about a planned reform of the service from the Flemish public broadcaster. --Brentjee (talk) 15:33, 6 April 2017 (UTC)

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I have reverted your edit because entries to disambiguation pages should have only one link per entry and because th details that you provided are not necessary for navigation. Leschnei (talk) 21:59, 4 May 2019 (UTC)

Hello Leschnei, 'police tribunal' is still the better name, and 'police court' redirects to 'police tribunal' anyways. Since redirects ought to be avoided as well on disambiguation pages, I've changed the name 'police court' to 'police tribunal' again, however I left out the translations this time. --Brentjee (talk) 10:04, 5 May 2019 (UTC)

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Court of Cassation (Belgium)


I have read the article as requested. It is a really impressive piece of work! I have taken the liberty of making a few stylistic changes in keeping with WP:MOS (eg the ordering of the final sections) but there is a remaining problem with MOS:REPEATLINK which is beyond me to fix. You might consider addressing it with this plug-in. You might also consider getting a copy-edit through the Guild of Copy Editors. I'd add that I was just about to make some edits to Market Court (Belgium) which must be the worst translation in Belgian legal history but one which regrettably does seem to have semi-official status... —Brigade Piron (talk) 18:47, 14 August 2020 (UTC)

Thank you for taking a look at it! I know the links aren't exactly looking splendid, but it's because I did most of the editing with the visual editor. I'll try to take a look at it later. I do have one remark though: I would keep the words "of Belgium" after the first words of the article ("The Court of Cassation ..."), because that's the official full name of the Court which is also used in their rulings for example (those are titled 'Hof van Cassatie van België' or 'Cour de Cassation de Belgique'). I'm also curious what part of the Market Court article you think is bad. --Brentjee (talk) 22:45, 27 August 2020 (UTC)
No problems with the "of Belgium" aspect as long as that is also in bold and included in accompanying translations too. Otherwise, it seems rather strange. Personally I would still suggest omitting it in the first sentance (most readers will never make it through more than the first couple of lines of an article) and include it somewhere in the article or infobox instead.
I think you have misunderstood my comment about the Market Court (Belgium) which was about the official translation of Marktenhof/Cour des Marchés rather than the article! As a matter of ordinary English, "Market Court" means a court dealing with a market of the kind in which people buy groceries. A court dealing with a market, sector or industry would be a "Markets Court" in the plural (cf Competition and Markets Authority or Financial Services and Markets Authority (Belgium)). It isn't quite as bad as the "Interuniversity Attraction Poles" of the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office which is genuinely bizarre to an English speaker, but it's still quite embarassing for the court! —Brigade Piron (talk) 09:07, 28 August 2020 (UTC)

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