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European Community Case Law

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Hjalte RasmussenProfessor of European and International Law, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

ISBN13: 9788763000703
ISBN: 8763000709
Published: January 1993
Publisher: Copenhagen Business School Press
Format: Hardback
Price: £21.00

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This is a study of the European Community's rules on competition, its fundamental rights laws, all its general principles of law, with its laws on the four great freedoms as well as with the entire body of law relevant to the EC's institutions and the judicial remedies. The volume contains 300 summaries of the Court's landmark rulings and references for 700 corollary cases.

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Four tables of cases: systematical, per case numbers, alphabetical, chronological. Abbreviations. Author's preface. Introductory remarks on the understanding of the European Court's judgments. Subject index. - General principles of Community law - Foundations of the Community: free movement of goods; agriculture, articles 38 et seq; free movement of persons, services and capital; transport, articles 74 et seq - Policy of the Community: common rules; economic policy; social policy - Associations with overseas countries and territories - Institutions of the Community: provisions governing the institutions; the institutions and the institutional balance; the Court's general competence, article 164; failures to fulfil obligations, articles 169-171; article 170; actions for annulment, articles 174-174; actions against failures to act; preliminary rulings; non- contractual liability actions; plea of illegality; interim measures; interventions; provisions common to several institutions, nature and definition of legal acts; the competence power, article 235