Blackstone's EC Legislation Handbook
Nigel G. Foster
Blackstone Press, 1998 - Law - 1589 pages
Providing a range of EC legislative material for the practising solictor, this book covers the most common areas of EC law litigation. It contains the full text of the EC, TEU and ECSC treaties as well as the following secondary legislation: free movement of goods, free movement of persons, provisions relating to public and private undertakings, social security, social policy, competition, industrial and intellectual property law, consumer protection, environmental law, financial, monetary and banking law areas, insurance services and relevant UK EC legislative provisions.;Nigel Foster is the author of "German Legal System and Laws" and "EC Legislation".
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THE SOCIAL CHAPTER
Agreement on Social Policy
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31 December accordance with Article acting unanimously activities adopted Advocate-General amended by Article Annex application appropriate authorised CHAPTER Commission competent authority competent institution concemed Court of Justice decision deﬁned deﬁnitive duties EC Treaty Economic and Social EFTA Surveillance Authority employed or self-employed employed person employer employment ensure entry into force ESCB establishing the European Euratom European Communities European Council European Economic Area European Economic Community European Investment Bank European Parliament ﬁeld ﬁnancial ﬁrst ﬁxed host Member implementation Instance judgment legislation Luxembourg measures Member State concerned necessary Note As amended notiﬁcation oﬂice oﬂicial organisation paragraph of Article parties pension periods of insurance person concerned prejudice proceedings proposal provisions of Article pursuant to Article qualiﬁed majority regard Registrar Regulation EEC residence scheme self-employed person Social Committee social security speciﬁc Statute submit subparagraph territory Treaty establishing undertakings Whereas workers