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Drury Core Eu Legislation 2019-20

4th Auflage 2019, 635 Seiten, Kartoniert, Book, Format (B × H): 168 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 1037 g Reihe: MacMillan Core Statutes
ISBN: 978-1-352-00675-9

Drury Core Eu Legislation 2019-20

Well-selected and authoritative, Macmillan Core Statutes provide the key materials needed by students in a format that is clear, compact and very easy to use. They are ideal for use in examinations.


Lower undergraduate


Weitere Infos & Material

Tables of Equivalences.- Primary Constitutional Legislation.- Consolidated Version Of The Treaty On European Union.- Preamble.- Title I: Common Provisions.- Title II: Provisions On Democratic Principles.- Title III: Provisions On The Institutions.- Title IV: Provisions On Enhanced Cooperation.- Title V: General Provisions On The Union's External Action And Specific Provisions On The Common Foreign And Security Policy.- 1. Provisions Having General Application.- 2. Specific Provisions Concerning The Common Foreign And Security Policy.- Common Provisions.- Provisions On The Common Security And Defence Policy.- Title VI: Final Provisions.- Consolidated Version Of The Treaty On The Functioning Of The European Union.- Preamble.- PART I: PRINCIPLES.- Title I: Categories And Areas Of Union Competence.- Title II: Provisions Having General Application.- PART II: NON-DISCRIMINATION AND CITIZENSHIP OF THE UNION.- PART III: UNION POLICIES AND INTERNAL ACTIONS.- Title I: The Internal Market.- Title II: Free Movement Of Goods.- 1. The Customs Union.- 2. Customs Cooperation.- 3. Prohibition Of Quantitative Restrictions Between Member States.- Title III: Agriculture And Fisheries.- Title IV: Free Movement Of Persons, Services And Capital.- 1. Workers.- 2. Right Of Establishment.- 3. Services.- 4. Capital And Payments.- Title V: Area Of Freedom, Security And Justice.- 1. General Provisions.- 2. Policies On Border Checks, Asylum And Immigration.- 3. Judicial Cooperation In Civil Matters.- 4. Judicial Cooperation In Criminal Matters.- 5. Police Cooperation.- Title VII: Common Rules On Competition, Taxation And Approximation Of Laws.- 1. Rules On Competition.- Section 1: Rules Applying To Undertakings.- Section 2: Aids Granted By States.- 2. Tax Provisions.- 3. Approximation Of Laws.- Title VIII: Economic And Monetary Policy.- 1. Economic Policy.- 2. Monetary Policy.- 3. Institutional Provisions.- Title IX: Employment.- Title X: Social Policy.- Title XI: The European Social Fund.- Title XII: Education, Vocational Training, Youth And Sport.- Title XIII: Culture.- Title XIV: Public Health.- Title XV: Consumer Protection.- Title XVIII: Economic, Social And Territorial Cohesion.- Title XX: Environment.- Title XXI: Energy.- Title XXII: Tourism.- Title XXIII: Civil Protection.- Title XXIV: Administrative Cooperation.- PART V: THE UNION'S EXTERNAL ACTION.- Title I: General Provisions On The Union's External Action.- Title II: Common Commercial Policy.- Title III: Cooperation With Third Countries And Humanitarian Aid.- 1. Development Cooperation.- 2. Economic, Financial And Technical Cooperation With Third Countries.- 3. Humanitarian Aid.- Title IV: Restrictive Measures.- Title V: International Agreements.- Title VI: The Union's Relations With International Organisations And Third Countries And Union Delegations.- Title VII: Solidarity Clause.- PART VI: INSTITUTIONAL AND FINANCIAL PROVISIONS.- Title I: Provisions Governing The Institutions.- 1. The Institutions.- Section 1: The European Parliament.- Section 2: The European Council.- Section 3: The Council.- Section 4: The Commission.- Section 5: The Court Of Justice Of The European Union.- Section 6: The European Central Bank.- Section 7: The Court Of Auditors.- 2. Legal Acts Of The Union, Adoption Procedures And Other Provisions.- Section 1: The Legal Acts Of The Union.- Section 2: Procedures For The Adoption Of Acts And Other Provisions.- 3. The Union's Advisory Bodies.- Section 1: The Economic And Social Committee.- Section 2: The Committee Of The Regions.- 4. The European Investment Bank.- Title II: Financial Provisions.- 1. The Union's Own Resources.- 2. The Multiannual Financial Framework.- 3. The Union's Annual Budget.- 4. Common Provisions.- 5. Combating Fraud.- Title III: Enhanced Cooperation.- PART VII: GENERAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS.- Protocols attached to the Treaty of Lisbon 2007.- Protocol (No 1) on the Role of National Parliaments in the European Union.- Protocol (No 2) on the Application of the Principles of Subsidiarity and Proportionality.- Protocol (No 3) on the Statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union.- Protocol (No 8) relating to Article 6(2) of the Treaty on European Union on the Accession of the Union to the European Convention on the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.- Protocol (No 20) on the Application of Certain Aspects of Article 26 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union to the United Kingdom and Ireland.- Protocol (No 21) on the Position of the United Kingdom and Ireland.- in Respect of the Area of Freedom Security and Justice.- Protocol (No 25) on the Exercise of Shared Competences 75.- Protocol (No 30) on the Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union to Poland and to the United Kingdom.- Rules Of Procedure Of The Court Of Justice 2012.- Community Charter Of The Fundamental Social Rights Of Workers.- Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.- EU Competition Law.- Council Regulation 1/2003 (the rules of competition (Articles 101 and 102 TFEU)).- Regulation 17 (Competition Law).- Council Regulation 139/2004 (EC Merger Regulation).- Commission Regulation 330/2010 (Vertical Agreements And Concerted Practices).- Summary of Commission Notice (effect on trade concept).- Commission Notice (De Minimis Agreements And Article 81 Ec).- Commission Notice (relevant market).- Commission Regulation 773/2004 (Conduct Of Proceedings By The Commission).- Council Directive 2014/104 (actions for damages for competition infringements).- Commission Notice (immunity from fines).- Free Movement Of Goods.- Commission Directive 70/50 (Quantitative Restrictions On Imports).- Commission Practice Note On Import Prohibitions.- Council Regulation 2679/98 (Functioning Of The Internal Market).- Regulation 764/2008 (Mutual Recognition) FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS.- Regulation 492/2011 (free movement of workers).- European Parliament and Council Regulation 2016/589 (employment services).- Council Directive 77/249 (lawyers' services).- Council Directive 98/5 (lawyers' professional practice).- Council Directive 2004/38 (citizens' free movement rights).- Directive 2005/36 (recognition of professional qualifications).- Directive 2003/109/EC (third-country nationals who are long-term residents).- Directive 96/71(posted workers).- Directive 96/71(posted workers).- Free Movement Of Services.- Directive 2006/123 (Services In The Internal Market).- Social Security.- Regulation 883/2004 (Social Security Systems).- Employment: Equality.- Council Directive 79/7 (Equal Treatment In Social Security).- Council Directive 2000/43 (Equal Treatment Irrespective Of Racial Or Ethnic Origin).- Council Directive 2000/78 (Equal Treatment Framework).- Directive 2006/54 (Equal Opportunities And Treatment).- Council Directive 2010/18 (Revised Framework Agreement On Parental Leave).- Directive 2010/41 (Equal Treatment For Self-Employed).- Employment: Worker Protection.- Council Directive 2001/23 (Transfer Of Undertakings).- Council Directive 89/391 (Safety And Health At Work).- Council Directive 92/85 (Pregnant Workers And New Mothers).- Council Directive 94/33 (Young Workers).- Directive 2009/38 (European Works Council).- Council Directive 97/81 (Part-Time Work).- Council Directive 98/59 (Collective Redundancies).- Council Directive 1999/70 (Fixed-Term Work).- Council Directive 2002/14 (Employee Consultation).- Directive 2003/88 (Working Time).- Directive 2008/94 (Insolvency).- Directive 2008/104 (Temporary Agency Work).- Consumer Protection.- Council Directive 85/374 (Liability For Defective Products).- Council Directive 93/13 (Unfair Terms In Consumer Contracts).- Directive 2011/83 (consumer rights).- UK Statutes.- Digital Single Market Regulation 2016/679/EU (general data protection regulation).- European Communities Act 1972.- European Parliamentary Elections Act 2002.- European Union Act 2011.- European Union Referendum Act 2015.- European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act (2017 c.9).- European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (2018, c.16).- Index.

Drury, Paul
Paul Drury was a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Sunderland


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