EU law


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EU law

nEU-Gesetz nt; (= system)EU-Recht nt
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SOLVIT, founded in 2002, helps citizens and businesses overcome practical problems due to incorrect application of EU law by national administrations while CSS provides free legal advice on internal market rights.
of Berlin) and Tanchev (professor and judge, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Bulgaria) have presented these papers on multi-level constitutionalism that cover such topics as the Lisbon Treaty with and without constitutional orthodoxy, the protection of fundamental rights in the EU, national parliaments and subsidiarity and the primacy of EU law in national constitutional spaces.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has failed to prove that the levying of national registration taxes on cars brought into Greece by non-resident European Union (EU) citizens who are transferred to that country for more than six months breaks EU law, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
But that is not enough under EU law to justify using the name, said the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.
The legal framework supporting parallel trade in the EU has restricted the actions pharmaceutical companies can take to restrict parallel trade, but Bayer's legal victory on the Adalat case in 2004 has provided companies with an opportunity to take action that can effectively restrict parallel trade without infringing EU law.
Responding to recent calls of the European Commission to renegotiate bilateral intergovernmental agreements between Russia and Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia and Austria on the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline due to their incompatibility with EU law, Oresharski stressed that the documents had been signed 2008, meaning that "we cannot have made a mistake now.
Instead, the UK applies a so-called right to reside test, as a result of which EU citizens cannot receive specific social security benefits to which they are entitled under EU law such as child benefit.
The principle of conferral operates rather differently in practice from normal expectation - most of all, the mere fact that a matter is not the subject of explicit mention in the Treaty does not mean, and never has meant, that it is wholly immune from the influence of EU law.
Side effects of the modernisation of EU competition law; modernisation of EU competition law as a challenge to the enforcement system of EU competition law and EU law in general.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament has narrowly opposed allowing European Union (EU) member states to levy reduced VAT rates on alcohol served in restaurants, rather than the full rate currently mandated under EU law.
And are being denied payment on old hay meadows and bogs, that they have nurtured on their farm, as they are protected by EU law and don't qualify for compensation.
Dear Editor, -The proposal to create a paramilitary gendarme force to impose EU law following military actions suggests more sinister motives than the proclaimed force for peace and stability; it would be ruthlessly employed to crush opposition to any EU ruling.