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Encyclopedia of European Union Law Looseleaf

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ISBN13: 9780421534407
ISBN: 0421534400
Published: December 1995
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf, 8 Volumes
Price: £3531.00
Subscription Type: Annual Subscription
Domestic Renewal Price: £2430.00
Overseas Renewal Price: £2474.00

This is a Print On Demand Title.
The publisher will print a copy to fulfill your order. Books can take between 1 to 3 weeks. Looseleaf titles between 1 to 2 weeks.

The Encyclopedia of European Union Law provides complete coverage of all EU constitutional texts, starting with the four basic Treaties in English, French, German, and also including all the European association agreements and such essential ancillary texts such as the European Convention on Human Rights and the Western European Union Treaty.

The rules of procedure of the four European Courts and all the EU political institutions are included, as well as the second and third pillar texts. Each section is introduced with a general note and each instrument is annotated individually. Comprehensive contents lists to each section, and clearly tabbed and colour-coded divider cards ensure you can easily turn straight to the information you require.

Subscription Information: 4 updating releases per year, included in fixed annual January to December subscription. If main-work is purchased after 1 October the subscription for the following calendar year is included in the purchase price.

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EU Law, Looseleaf Work
Part I:
The Treaties will contain consolidated versions of the founding Treaties (ECSC, EC and EAEC) which contain the core principles that have allowed the Communities to work and grow. These are followed by the Accession Treaties, Flanking Treaties and Association Treaties.
Part II:
The Institutions offers a breakdown by function, allowing you to visualise the relevant institutions by what they do as well as where they belong.
Part III:
Ancillary Texts. These ancillary treaties are vital to the understanding of the founding Treaties. They include treaties such as the Merger treaty, Budgetary treaties, and the Single European Act.
Part IV:
The Union Pillars groups together a series of texts which are supplementary to the life of the Communities and have ensured or affected the working of the Institutions.