Basic Community Laws
Bernard Rudden, Derrick Wyatt
Clarendon Press, 1996 - Political Science - 700 pages
Following the practice set by previous editions, this new sixth edition of Rudden and Wyatt's trusted handbook provides the reader with the latest information available on current trends and developments in Community law. This present volume updates legislation to take account of the accession of Austria, Finland, and Sweden as member states. New legislation relating to Public Supply and Public Works Contracts is cited in detail. In the area of competition law, the new Commission Notice on the distinction between concentrative and cooperative joint ventures is included. The product liability Directive joins the unfair contract terms Directive in a new Consumer Protection chapter. New to this edition as well is a chapter on Environmental Law which contains the waste framework Directive and the environmental impact assessment Directive. There is also a new External Relations section which contains the new Regulations on anti-dumping and the exercise of the Community's rights under international trade rules.
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Signif1cant Dates and Developments I
Treaty Establishing the European Coal and Steel Community as Amended
Treaty establishing the European Community as Amended
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