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Implementing EC law in the United Kingdom: structures for indirect rule

Implementing EC law in the United Kingdom: structures for indirect rule

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Edition Details

  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Terence Daintith
  • Biografical Information: Terence Daintith is Professor of Law at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, and Dean of the School of Advanced Study, University of London. His recent books include Law as an Instrument of Economic Policy (Berlin, 1988) and (with GR Baldwin) Harmonisation and Hazard. Regulating Workplace Health and Safety in the European Community (London, 1992).
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): England
  • Publication Information: Chichester, West Sussex ; New York : J. Wiley, 1995
  • Publication Type (Medium): Aufsatzsammlung
  • Material: Internet resource
  • Type: Book, Internet Resource
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.org.uk/implementing-ec-law-in-the-united-kingdom-structures-for-indirect-rule/ (Stable identifier)

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XXIII, 377 pages ; 25 cm

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Useful for students learning an area of law, Implementing EC law in the United Kingdom: structures for indirect rule is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Responsable Person: edited by Terence Daintith.
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Country/State: England
  • Number of Editions: 11 editions
  • First edition Date: 1994
  • Last edition Date: 1995
  • General Notes: On t.p.: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
  • Languages: British English
  • Library of Congress Code: KD4015
  • Dewey Code: 341.24220941
  • ISBN: 0471952257 9780471952251
  • OCLC: 32923748

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Implementing EC Law in the United Kingdom Structures for Indirect Rule Edited by Terence Daintith Professor of Law and Dean of the School of Advanced Study University of London The European Community relies on the Member States both to implement and enforce its laws, even in the face of conflict with existing national legislation. This important book examines how EC law is grafted onto the UK national legal system by a process of adjustment and co-operation. It focuses on the practical problems of implementation for those who are the object of Community regulation and those who are now required to administer it, with its increasingly prominent role in the control of government action and impact on the judiciary. The book is divided into three sections:
Part 1: legal and administrative structures of indirect rule and implementation, in the UK and at Community level
Part 2: ILlustrates how these structures work in practice by examining the implementation of specific EC directives in case studies ranging from food safety to audio-visual media
Part 3: considers how the implementation of EC law has participated in processes of domestic governmental change and of European constitutional and administrative developmentImplementing EC Law in the United Kingdom is an essential resource for practitioners of European law and government, constitutional lawyers, and European businesses and trade associations.

Main Contents

The legal articulation of policy in the EC; the legal framework for implementation in the UK; the Community approach; beer labelling; control of foodstuffs; implementing free movement rights in the United Kingdom; television without frontiers; toy safety directive; issues in the UK and EC regulatory policy; private initiative and public control of the regulatory process; the impact of the European Communities on the English higher courts.

Summary Note

A practical examination of the problems that arise when EC laws are enforced in the UK, this volume offers an explanation of the formal implementation structure, and considers how EC laws have participated in the process of governmental change in the UK.

Table of Contents

Preface.
Table of Cases.
Table of Treaties and Conventions.
Table of EC Regualtions.
Table of EC Directives.
Table of UK Statutes.
Table of UK Statutory Instruments.
List of contributors.
Introduction (T. Daintith).
NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF EC LAW: STRUCTURE AND CONTEXT.
The Legal Articulation of Policy in the European Community (N. Burrows and H. Hiram).
The Effectiveness of European Community Law: Institutions, Processes, Tools and Techniques (F. Snyder).
The LWgal Framework for Implementation in the United Kingdom (J. Usher).
IMPLEMENTATION IN THE UNITD KINGDOM: CASE STUDIES.
Showing Your Strength: Alcohol Content Labelling and the Beer Industry (T. Daintith).
The Official Control of Foodstuffs (N. Burrows and H. Hiram).
Welcomig the Well and the Wealthy: Implementing Free Movement Rights in the United Kingdom (C. Vincenzi).
Television Without Frontiers (C. O'Leary and D. Goldberg).
Playing Safe: The United Kingdom's Implementation of the Toy Safety Directive (S. Weatherill).
EFFECTS OF IMPLEMENTATION.
Private Initiative and Public Control in the Regulatory Process (C. Vincenzi).
A Question of Conflict: The Higher English Courts and the Implementation of European Community Law (I. Maher).
Implementation as a Constitutional Issue (S. Weatherill).
Index.

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