European Community law
European Community law
- Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Josephine Shaw
- Language: English
- Jurisdiction(s): England
- Publication Information: Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1993
- Type: Book
- Series title: Macmillan professional masters.
- Permalink: http://books.lawlegal.eu/european-community-law-9717/ (Stable identifier)
Online version: Shaw, Jo, 1961- European Community law. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1993 (OCoLC)763165608
Xlvii, 352 pages : ILlustrations ; 22 cm.
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Useful for students learning an area of law, European Community law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.
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- Publisher: Macmillan
- Responsable Person: Josephine Shaw.
- Publication Date: 1993
- Country/State: England
- Number of Editions: 13 editions
- First edition Date: 1993
- Last edition Date: 1995
- Languages: English
- Library of Congress Code: KJE947
- Dewey Code: 341.2422
- ISBN: 0333585275 9780333585276
- OCLC: 30669670
Part 1 Introduction: studying European Community law; the evolving community. Part 2 The Community at work: the institutions of the European Community; the Community and its institutions at work; the sources of Community law; the implementation and enforcement of Community law. Part 3 Community law and national law: the judicial review of Community action; non-contractual liability and compensation for loss caused by the Community. Part 4 The law of the Single Market: economic integration and the law – an introduction; the external aspects of the Customs Union; the internal aspects of the Customs Union; non-tarriff barriers to trade in goods; the Internal Market Project – the basic outlines. Part 6 The social diversion of the European Community: the basic framework of Community social policy.
An introduction for students commencing the study of Community law, who want an account of the fundamental constitutional principles, and basic substantive law of the European Community. It should also be of interest to lawyers and those who want to know about the impact of Community law on the UK.