The man convicted of killing populist politician Pim Fortuyn in 2004 has won the right not to report to the probation services every six weeks.
Volkert van der Graaf went to court two weeks ago, saying the condition is making it impossible for him to emigrate. The 48-year-old said earlier that he wanted to start a new life in Germany.
Van der Graaf was freed in May 2014 under strict conditions, having served two-thirds of an 18-year sentence.
The original sentence took full account of the seriousness of his crime, the court said in its ruling. 'But the seriousness of the crime does not have a role in determining if he should continue to report to the probation services,' the court said.