EC law in the UK

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Longman, 2000 - Law - 247 pages
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EC Law in the UK reviews the possibilities for legal redress in the UK courts when rules of Community law are violated. The analysis focuses as far as possible on case law decided by the UK courts and adopts the perspective of the individual litigant. The book aims to familiarise the reader with the Community legal system and to illustrate its all-pervasive influence on UK national law and aims to change the common perception that EC law is 'foreign law' or an optional subject. The author shows that Community law is an integral part of UK law that can be applied in virtually any area of legal practice. This book will be essential reading on LLB, CPE and postgraduate courses in EC law, and a useful adjunct to constitutional and English legal system courses where the EC dimension is becoming increasingly important. Practitioners will also find the coverage of the book relevant to their needs.

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Contents

Identifying Community law I
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United Kingdom courts or Community
21
Obstacles to the enforcement of Community law
37
Copyright

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