Clara Wichmann (a foundation) et al. held the State liable for not compensating women for costs of contraception. On 2 June 2021, The Hague District Court, in a judgment that pertained solely to the admissibility of the case, appointed Wichmann as the exclusive representative. The District Court ruled that the requirements of Article 3:305 DCC have been met because the foundation pursues a collective interest (an equal society for, inter alia, men and women) and an idealistic purpose without a claim for damages (so that the admissibility requirements from Article 3:305(2) DCC need not be met). The District Court already announced that it would declare the individual claimants not to have a cause of action in the final judgment, because they had lodged their claims (only) to declare their support.
 Incidentally, the case was unsuccessful for Clara Wichmann et al., as evidenced by the judgment of The Hague District Court of 6 October 2021.