European Union Law

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Oxford University Press, 2006 - Law - 558 pages
Horspool and Humphreys' European Union Law provides an overview of both the European institutions and main areas of substantive law in a concise volume. The authors convey clearly to the reader the key facts and principles of European Union law, making it an ideal first text for undergraduateand GDL EU courses. Its concise nature, focus on key areas, and self-test questions, also make this a useful revision text.The new edition has a larger format and layout to aid navigation, and includes a new chapter on environmental law, as well as useful updated suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter.
 

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Contents

Abbreviations
xxv
Table of Statutes
xxvii
Table of European Legislation
xxix
Table of Cases
xli
1 Introduction
1
2 The constitutional base of the Union
11
3 The institutions of the Community
35
4 The Community legal system
69
10 Enforcement of Community law by the institutions
221
11 Judicial review of community action
243
the abolition of customs duties and internal taxation
283
quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect
305
14 Competition policy
345
15 Environmental law and policy
385
workers rights
405
freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide and receive services
425

composition functions jurisdiction preliminary rulings
101
6 General principles of law
127
7 Direct effect of Community law
157
8 Supremacy of Community law
171
9 Remedies in Community law
199
towards a peoples Europe?
453
from sex discrimination in employment to a general equality principle
495
Appendix
529
Index
545
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Margot Horspool is Professorial Fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, and Emeritus Professor of European and Comparative Law, University of Surrey. Dr Matthew Humphreys is the Director of Studies for undergraduate programmes in the Department of Law andChair of the Board of Studies at the University of Surrey.

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