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This collection of the essential primary and secondary law of the European Union quickly and effectively guides students to the material they need during exams and lectures. Part I contains the European Union's primary law in consolidated form. Part II offers a selection of the essential pieces of European Union legislation in five core areas of particular importance to undergraduate and graduate studies: institutions, the internal market, competition, social policy and consumer protection. Colour-coded for easy navigation, all legislative acts are presented in their 'Lisbonised' and consolidated form. Student support is provided in two forewords that guide readers through the steps of finding, reading and understanding EU law, and a sophisticated table of equivalences that illustrates the evolution of the treaties from the Rome Treaty to the present day. An appendix includes extracts of the two central UK Acts that pertain to the European Union.Read more
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- Clear, sensible structure and organisation
- Complementary EU law textbook
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- Date Published: August 2015
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- isbn: 9781316383223
- contains: 1 b/w illus. 1 colour illus. 4 tables
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Table of Contents
Preface and acknowledgements
How to understand and read the EU treaties
How to find and read EU secondary law
Table of EU treaties and secondary law
Part I. Union Primary Law: Treaties and Charter:
1. Treaty on European Union
2. Treaty on the functioning of the European Union
3. Protocols to the treaties (selection)
4. Charter of fundamental rights (with explanations)
Part II. Union Secondary Law: Legislation and Other Acts
Section 1. Union Laws on the Institutions:
5. 1976 Act concerning the election of the members of the European parliament
6. Regulation 2004/2003 governing political parties at the EU level
7. Regulation 182/2011 laying down the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for control by member states of the Commission's exercise of implementing powers (comitology regulation)
8. Regulation 58/2003 on the Statute of Executive Agencies
9. Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public access to EU documents
Section 2. Union Laws on the Internal Market:
10. Regulation 492/2011 on freedom of movement for workers
11. Regulation 883/2004 on social security coordination
12. Directive 2005/36 on the recognition of professional qualifications
13. Directive 2004/38 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the member states
14. Directive 2006/123 on services in the internal market
15. Directive 96/71 on posted workers
Section 3. Union Laws on Competition:
16. Regulation 330/2010 on the application of Article 101(3) to categories of vertical agreements and concerted practices
17. Regulation 139/2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (EU Merger Regulation)
18. Regulation 651/2014 declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market in application of Articles 107 and 108 (GBER)
19. Regulation 1/2003 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 101 and 102
20. Regulation 659/1999 laying down detailed rules for the application of Article 108
Section 4. Union Laws on Social Policy:
21. Directive 89/391 on health and safety of workers
22. Directive 2003/88 concerning certain aspects of the organisation of working time
23. Directive 1999/70 concerning the framework agreement on fixed-term work concluded by ETUC, UNICE and CEEP
24. Directive 2001/23 relating to the safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of transfers of undertakings
25. Directive 2006/54 on the implementation of the principle of equal opportunities and equal treatment of men and women in matters of employment and occupation
Section 5. Union Laws on Consumer Protection:
26. Directive 2011/83 on consumer rights
27. Directive 1999/44 on certain aspects of the sale of consumer goods
28. Directive 93/13 on unfair terms in consumer contracts
29. Directive 2005/29 concerning unfair business-to-consumer commercial practices in the internal market
30. Directive 85/374 on liability for defective products
Appendix 1: United Kingdom statutes on the European Union
Appendix 2: tables of equivalences (chronological).
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