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General Principles of EC Law

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John UsherProfessor of Law, University of Edinburgh

ISBN13: 9780582277496
ISBN: 0582277493
Published: May 1996
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Format: paperback (C format)
Price: £57.99

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This text provides an authoritative account and analysis of the general principles of EC law. This is essential both to an understanding of the development of the rapidly growing and increasingly specialised areas of substantive EC law, and to an understanding of judicial review in the EC. The development of general principles also shows how a case-law doctrine (EC 'common law') has evolved into an express recognition of fundamental rights under the Maastricht Treaty on European Union.*Author is one of the country's leading authorities on EC law.*Chapters cover why and how general principles have developed, the course of the law and major examples in practice.

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EU Law
Table of cases. Table of Treaty Provisions*The development of general principles*Principles derived from the Community Treaties*Proportionality*Legitimate expectations and legal certainty*Procedural rights and privacy*Property rights*Principles of good administration*Status and use of general principles of Community law*Influence of principles of Community law within the legal system of the UKFurther readingBibliographyIndex