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Co-actorship in the Development of European Law

ISBN13: 9789067041843
ISBN: 906704184X
Published: April 2005
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: £42.99

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In June 2004, the Association of the Councils of State and Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions of the European Union organised a two-day colloquium in The Hague, during which the quality of European legislation was discussed by representatives of the 25 Member States of the EU as well as of the Court of Justice for the EC.

This book is based on, amongst other things, the General Report from that colloquium, the various national reports, and reports prepared by members of the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance. More specifically the book deals with, inter alia, the European and national legislative process; the preliminary rulings procedure as a tool and as a source for the application of European law; and the connecting links between the EU and the national legal systems.

Includes a CD-Rom holding national reports

Part I. Reflections on Co-Actorship in the Development of European Law-Making: Part II. General Report. The Quality of European Legislation and its Implementation and Application in the National Legal Orders: 1 Introduction; 2 Interpretation of European legislation in the Member States; 2.1 The interpretation problems; 2.2 Dealing with interpretation problems; 2.3 Attaching consequences to interpretation errors; 3.Conclusions and solutions; 3.1 The main conclusions; 3.2 Improving the transparency of and advice on European legislation; 3.3 Establishing best practices and cooperation on implementation; 3.4 Effective cooperation in the preliminary rulings procedure; 3.5 Some final observations on the cycle of European and national law-making, connecting links and co-actorship; Annex 1; Annex 2.