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European Community law


'European Community law' can also refer to...

European Community law

Unjust Enrichment and European Community Law

Public Service and European Community Law

European Community and Union Law and International Law

The European Union as a Community of Law Achieving Diplomatic Goals through Legal Means?

Competition Law in Europe: Market, Community, and Integration

Alignment of Competition Laws in the European Community

Denmark's compliance with European Community environmental law

Community Sanctions and European Human Rights Law

Human Rights, Asylum and European Community Law

European Community and Union Law and Domestic (Municipal) Law

Law Reform in the European Community and its Limits

Nature Conservation: The Rule of Law in European Community Environmental Protection R v Secretary of State for the Environment ex parte Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (European Court of Justice, President, G.C. Rodrigues Iglesia, D.A.O. Edwards, J.-P. Piussochet and G. Hirsch (Presidents of Chambers), G.F. Mancini, J.C. Moitinho de Almeida, PJ.G. Kapteyn, C. Gulmann (Reporteur), J.L. Murra, P. Jann and M. Wathelet, 11 July 1996) Opinion of Mr Advocate General Fennelly delivered on 21 March 1996

Protection from Autonomous European Sanctions: Community Law and Union Lists

European Community Law and the Cultural Aspects of Television

Beyond Competition: Services of General Interest and European Community Law

The Effect of European Community Law on Irish Law and the Irish Constitution

Corporate Mobility in Private International Law and European Community Law: Debunking Some Myths

Giving Effect to Public International Law and European Community Law before Domestic Courts A Comparative Analysis of the Practice of Consistent Interpretation

 

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The ‘European Community’ is the legal successor to the ‘European Economic Community’, which was set up by the EC Treaty (or Treaty of Rome) 1957, to secure peace in Europe ...

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