The Oxford encyclopaedia of European Community law. Vol. 1, Institutional law
The Oxford encyclopaedia of European Community law.
- Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): A. G. Toth
- Language: English
- Jurisdiction(s): England
- Publication Information: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1990
- Publication Type (Medium): Dictionaries
- Material: Internet resource
- Type: Book, Internet Resource
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Xcviii, 550 pages ; 25 cm
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Useful for students learning an area of law, The Oxford encyclopaedia of European Community law. Vol. 1, Institutional law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.
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- Publisher: Clarendon Press
- Responsable Person: A.G. Toth.
- Publication Date: 1990
- Country/State: England
- Number of Editions: 28 editions
- First edition Date: 1990
- Last edition Date: 1991
- Languages: English
- Library of Congress Code: KJE926
- Dewey Code: 341.2422
- ISBN: 0198255896 9780198255895
- OCLC: 60113984
Long Descript: This is the first volume of a major three-volume Encyclopaedia of EC Law which OUP will be publishing during 1990/94. This volume deals with the institutional aspects of EC law in seven hundred pages containing over three hundred concisely and lucidly presented entries. Each entry explains a particular concept or point of law and is fully documented with appropriate case and Treaty references as well as suggestions for further reading among the huge literature of EC law. Every aspect of the European Court of Justice and of the new Court of the First Instance is examined and procedures and remedies dealt with. There is also a full treatment of the Commission, Council, and European Parliament. A full list of entries can be found at the beginning of the work. All entries are arranged alphabetically and the work is supported by very thorough tables of cases, Acts, and Treaties.
The first volume of a major work covering all aspects of EEC law, this volume deals with institutional law. It will be a useful reference work for all lawyers engaged in Community-related litigation with the approach of 1992.