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Alina Kaczorowska's European Union Law PDF

By Alina Kaczorowska

ISBN-10: 020388647X

ISBN-13: 9780203886472

ISBN-10: 1281457388

ISBN-13: 9781281457387

An in-depth and certain exam of, and observation at the key components of institutional and of sizeable european legislation coated on€most EU€law syllabi, €this new textbook€successfully combines authoritative textual content with the entire newest case summaries and judgments.

content material: ebook hide; identify; COPYRIGHT; define CONTENTS; particular CONTENTS; PREFACE; desk OF situations; desk OF STATUTES; desk OF ABBREVIATIONS; thesaurus OF international phrases; 1 THE background OF ecu INTEGRATION; 2 THE TREATY OF LISBON; three THE increasing club OF the eu UNION; four COMPETENCES OF the ecu; five THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF the eu groups AND the ecu UNION; 6 LEGISLATIVE methods in the neighborhood; 7 resources OF neighborhood legislations; eight initial RULINGS: ARTICLE 234 EC; nine DIRECT APPLICABILITY OF neighborhood legislation; 10 DIRECT impact OF neighborhood legislations; eleven SUPREMACY OF neighborhood LAW.
summary: An in-depth and distinct exam of, and observation at the key parts of institutional and of great ecu legislation lined on€most EU€law syllabi, €this new textbook€successfully combines authoritative textual content with the entire most up-to-date case summaries and judgments

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The ECU constituted the Community’s alternative currency. It was a unit of currency against which the values of national currencies were measured. The ECU was a composite currency, a “weighted basket” of currencies of all Member States. The percentage within the ECU of each national currency was determined on the basis of the size of the country, the relative size of its gross national profit (GNP) and the share it commanded of the Community’s total trade. The ECU, being a composite currency, had become very popular in international credit deals for both businesses and individuals as it reduced monetary risks inherent in international transactions, as risk was spread out among several broadly stable currencies.

39. 40. 41. , p 19. [1984] OJ C77 53. James Dooge was a former Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and former leader of the Irish Senate (1973–77) and at that time was a member of the Irish Senate (Upper House of Parliament). XVIII General Report on the Activities of the European Communities, 1984, point 5. EC Bull. 1 et seq. Lord Cockfield, The European Union. Creating the Single Market, 1994, London: Wiley Chancery Law, pp 28–59. 18 10:29:07:05:08 Page 18 Black PMS 7470 Page 19 Black PMS 7470 THE HISTORY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION the Treaty, despite opposition from the UK, Denmark and Greece.

Supranationality has been defined as involving: “. . states working with one another in a manner that does not allow them to retain complete control over developments. That is, states may be obliged to do things against their preferences and 22. 23. Article 235 of the EC Treaty (Article 308 EC). D. Armstrong, L. Lloyd and J. Redmond, From Versailles to Maastricht. International Organisation in the Twentieth Century, 1996, Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp 154–9. 11 10:29:07:05:08 Page 11 Black PMS 7470 Page 12 Black PMS 7470 EUROPEAN UNION LAW they will because they do not have the power to stop decisions.

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