Law of 27th November, 1891, concerning Public Assistance, amended by the laws dated 14th June, 1920, and 8th June, 1945.
Law of 15th July, 1893 (Free Medical Assistance).
Regulation of 31st October, 1945 (Anti-Tuberculosis Campaign).
Law of 30th June, 1838 (Assistance for the Insane).
Law of 14th July, 1905 (Assistance for the old, the infirm and the incurable).
Law of 2nd August, 1949 (Assistance for the blind and the seriously disabled in the part dealing with assistance and retraining).
Decree of 29th July, 1939, as amended (Assistance to Families).
Law of 14th April, 1943 (Assistance for young children).
Law of 28th May, 1897, about settlement („sur le domicile de secours”).
Law of 7th August, 1923, rendering compulsory the training of the blind and the deaf and dumb.
Law of 27th April, 1912, concerning distressed persons.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
National Assistance Act, 1948.
National Health Service Acts, 1946 and 1949.
National Health Service (Scotland) Acts, 1947 and 1949.
National Assistance Act (Northern Ireland) 1948.
Welfare Service Act (Northern Ireland) 1949.
Health Services Act (Northern Ireland) 1948.
Mental Health Act (Northern Ireland) 1948.
Public Health (Tuberculosis) Act (Northern Ireland) 1946.