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The General Principles of EU Law 2nd ed isbn 9780199258062

The General Principles of EC Law

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ISBN13: 9780198260127
ISBN: 0198260121
New Edition ISBN: 9780199258062
Published: April 1999
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



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One of the main ways in which the European Court of Justice has influenced the development of the Community legal order is through the elaboration of unwritten general principles of law derived from the fundamental values underlying the national legal systems. This volume provides a detailed and systematic account of the general principles as applied by the European Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance. It highlights the various functions fulfilled by the general principles, the diverse contexts in which they are employed, and the varying degrees of judicial scrutiny that they entail.

The author focuses on principles such as equality, proportionality, fundamental rights and the right to a hearing. The text also analyzes the liability of Member States for breaches of Community Law. It is designed for students, academics and practitioners interested in the wider areas of European law and judicial review.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
The General Principles of Law in the Community Legal Order
The Principle of Equality
The Principle of Proportionality: Review of Community Measures
The Principle of Proportionality: Review of National Measures
Legal Certainty and Protection of Legitimate Expectations
Fundamental Rights
The Rights of Defence
The Principle of Effectiveness
Principles governing Liability in Damages
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index