Basic Community Laws
Bernard Rudden, Derrick Wyatt
Oxford University Press, 1999 - Law - 380 pages
This is the new, revised and updated edition of the popular student book . As in the previous six editions, this book provides readers with the latest information available on the present state of European Community Law. Since the last edition, the Treaty of Amsterdam which takes effect in 1999 has partly amended the substance and entirely altered the form of the founding Treaty. Part I now gives the entire new version with its accompanying Table of Equivalences, and adds a selection ofthe more important ProtocolsThe content of Part Two, on secondary legislation, has also been extensively reorganised, edited and updated and includes recent directives and other legislation in the areas covered. New material includes the 1996 Directive concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services, the Commission Notice of 1997 on the definition of relevant market for the purposes of European Community Competition Law, and the 1993 Working Time Directive. This book is a vital source of information for students on the materials of European Community Law.
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