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Law and Institutions of the European Union By D. Lasok

Law and Institutions of the European Union
by D. Lasok

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This is an account of the procedure of the European Court of Justice arranged in four parts, providing coverage of the historical background, institutions, structure and general principles of law of the European Communities.
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Law and Institutions of the European Union by D. Lasok

"This fully updated text examines the role and powers of the institutions of the European Communities including the Commission and the European Parliament, in the context of the European Union and the relationship between Community law and the municipal law of the Member States.Arranged in five parts, Law and Institutions of the European Union provides detailed coverage of the historical background to the development of the institutions, structure and general principles of law. The text deals with the nature of the European Union and follows right through to consider current new developments in laws and policies.This seventh edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to include comprehensive coverage of the Treaties of Amsterdam and Nice. Law and Institutions of the European Union also provides a complete introduction to the law governing the institutions of the European Union and the European Communities and to the substantive law of the EU and EC. It should be vital reading for students and professionals wishing to gain an insight into the structure and workings of this increasingly important and influential body."

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About D. Lasok



K. P. E. Lasok QC Middle Temple, MA (Cantab), LLM, PhD (Exeter) The late D. Lasok LenDr, LLM, PhD, Dr. Juris, LLD, Dhc, of the Middle Temple, one of her Majesty's Counsel, Emeritus Professor of European Law and former Director of the Centre for European Legal Studies at the University of Exeter

Table of Contents


"Part I: The nature of the European Union and of Community law. The birth and growth of the European Community. The concept and status of the European Communities and of the European Union. External relations. The nature and challenge of Community law. Sources of Community law. Part II: The law of the institutions. The European Council. The European Parliament. The Commission. The Council of the European Union. The court of auditors and budgetary procedure. Ancillary Community institutions. The Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance. Part III: The relationship between Community law and the municipal law of the member states. Implementation of Community law in the legal systems of the member states. Enforcement of Community law. Community law in the United Kingdom. Part IV: The law of the economy - concept and scope. EC trade law: external market. The free movement of goods within the customs union. The free movements of workers. The right of establishment. Freedom to provide services. Social security. Freedom of movement of capital and payments. Part V: The law of the economy: Community policies. Economic and monetary union. Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policies. Common Transport Policy. Competition: general principles. Competition: practices contrary to Article 81 (ex Article 85). Competition: abuse of a dominant position and mergers. State aid. Intellectual property rights. Social policy. The Policy for the Environment, Consumer protection. Education and culture. Miscellaneous policies. Appendix: The Treaty of Nice. Index"

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GOR003143763
Law and Institutions of the European Union by D. Lasok
D. Lasok
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2001-07-30
975
0406901864
9780406901866
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