2 edition of non-contractual liability of the European Economic Community. found in the catalog.
non-contractual liability of the European Economic Community.
Mackenzie Stuart, Alexander John Lord Mackenzie Stuart.
Photocopy of: Common market law review, vol. 12, (1975), pp.493-512.
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v European Economic Community (Non-contractual liability) Case 26/81 Non-contractual liability — Requirements — Accusation of unlawful conduct — Damage — Causal connection (EEC Treaty, Art. , second para.) It appears from Anicie of the EEC Treaty that the involvement of the non contractual liability of the Community. - the preliminary question submitted to the Court of Justice of the European Union - the Court's answer to this question - the national decision(s) following this answer b) of other national decisions on the interpretation of European Union law (decisions without reference).
Non-contractual liability — Representation of the European Union — Barring of actions — Nullification of the legal effects of a decision which has become final — Precision of the application — Admissibility — Article 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights — Obligation to adjudicate within a reasonable time — Equal treatment. Print book: English: Action for failure to act --Article 38 Obligation to comply with judgements of the EFTA Court --Article 39 Actions for non-contractual liability --Article 40 Suspensory effect of actions brought before the EFTA Court Note continued: # European Economic Community countries.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "From the proceedings of the British Academy, volume LXI ()." Description: 24 pages ; 25 cm. Non-contractual liability of the European communities. [Henry G Schermers; Ton Heukels; Philip Mead; Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden. Print book: Conference publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: # Government liability--European Economic Community countries\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
Oxford University Press: A landmark research project in the harmonization of European Private Law - attempting to codify common principles of the law of tortious liability Provides a framework for the future development of national and private. Abstract This chapter surveys the basic contours of the non-contractual liability of the European Union (EU or Union) in light of recent jurisprudential and institutional developments.
It is divided into three main : Kathleen Gutman. Abstract The article proposes a concept of ‘non-contractual obligations’ as a fundamental legal category for European private law.
Non-contractual obligations are an internally coherent part of the. Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Article thereof, shall not affect any rights which an injured person may have according to the rules of the law of contractual or non-contractual liability or a special liability system existing at the moment when this Directive is notified.
Non-contractual liability of the Union The Union must compensate for damage for which it is responsible. Such damage may, for example, be caused by a servant of the EU in the performance of their duties.
It may also result from the legislative activities of the European institutions, such as the adoption of a regulation. It analyzes the primary European Economic Community Treaty competition rules and examines Commission Regulation /88 of Novemon the application of Article 85 (3) of the Treaty.
Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint. The Rome II Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations.
Grabitz, Eberhard, ‘ Liability for Legislative Acts ’ in Henry G. Schermers, Ton Heukels and Philip Mead (eds.), Non-Contractual Liability of the European Community (Leiden, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ), pp.
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Part I of the book charts a brief history of the development of the European Union, looks at the institutions of the Union, EU law and general. 1 All opinions expressed herein are strictly personal. 2 Since the founding of the European Union (‘EU’ or ‘Union’, formerly the European (Economic) Community), its governing Treaties have allowed a party to bring a claim directly before the Court of Justice of the EU (currently comprising the Court of Justice or ‘the Court’ and the General Court, collectively ‘EU Courts’; see.
Judgment of the Court (Second Chamber) of 8 December - Les Grands Moulins de Paris v European Economic Community. - Non-contractual liability of the Community - Refusal to grant production refunds.
- Case 50/ European Court reports Page The non-contractual and contractual liability of the European communities. [Göran Lysén] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Göran Lysén. Find more information about: # Government liability--European Economic Community countries\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
Actions for damages ° Non-contractual liability ° Action brought against the European Investment Bank in connection with the award and performance of contracts in respect of the European Development Fund ° Jurisdiction of the Court (EEC Treaty, Arts andsecond para.) Summary.
Liability of the European Union The non-contractual damages liability of the european Union stems from the original Treaty establishing the european economic community ().
Gaja, Giorgio, ‘Some Reflections on the European Community's International Responsibility’ in Schermers, Henry G., Heukels, Ton and Mead, Philip (eds), Non-Contractual Liability of the European Communities (Martinus Nijhoff ) – 'The "Non-Contractual" Liability of the European Economic Community', Lord Mackenzie Stuart, Issue 4, pp.
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Full Lisbonised Judgment. The subject of my thesis is the non-contractual liability of the European Community. In all legal systems there are rules governing the situations where governmental non-contractual liability is brought to the fore, i.e.
when a public authority exercises its official duties in a way causing damage. This useful text covers the practical aspects of franchising in the European Union.
It analyzes the primary European Economic Community Treaty competition rules and examines Commission Regulation /88 of Novemon the application of Article 85(3) of the Treaty.
Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint. 35 Kathleen Gutman, The Non-Contractual Liability of the European Union: Principle, Practice and Promise, in Research Handbook on EU Tort 47 (Paula Giliker ed., ).Article (2)[(2)] EC4 provides that the non-contractual liability of the Community shall make good any damage on its part in accordance with the general principles common to the laws of the Member States.
The Court therefore relies on the general principles to establish the non-contractual liability of the Community and of the Member States.extent of its non-contractual liability towards supervised entities or third parties following the adoption or omission of supervisory decisions.
In this respect, the issue of whether or not to admit any supervisory liability for the ECB, and in case to what extent, becomes then essential in the design of the new European banking framework.