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Oxford encyclopaedia of European Community law

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LC ClassificationsKJE926 .T67 1990
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This is the second volume of the Oxford Encyclopaedia of European Community Law, covering the law of the internal market (the first volume covered the law relating to the community institutions).The book covers those areas of Community law which are relevant to the creation and functioning of the internal market, such as the four freedoms, i.e.

the free movement of goods. This is the second volume of the Oxford Encyclopaedia of European Community Law, covering the law of the internal market (the first volume Oxford encyclopaedia of European Community law book the law relating to the community institutions).

The book covers those areas of Community law which are relevant to the creation and functioning of the internal market, such as the four freedoms, i.e. This is the third of three self-contained volumes, making up the Oxford Encyclopaedia of EC Law, a major reference work on the law of the European Community/Union.

The first of its kind in any language, it provides an authoritative guide to the interpretation of Community law. The first volume covered Institutional Law, and the second the Law of the Internal Market.

This is the first volume of a major two-volume Encyclopedia of EEC law that will be published in and by Oxford.

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Dealing specifically with the institutional aspects of EEC law, this volume contains concise entries that explain particular concepts or points of law. Long Descript: This is the first volume of a major three-volume Encyclopaedia of EC Law which OUP will be publishing during / This volume deals with the institutional aspects of EC law in seven hundred pages containing over three hundred concisely and lucidly presented entries.

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Table Of Contents. Part I Lawmaking in EC Law 1. Setting the Scene 2. Sources of EC Law and EC Legislation 3. Guiding Principles for Legislation Part II Community Soft Law Instruments 4.

Introduction to the Concept of Soft Law in EC Law 5. Categories and Functions of Soft Law Part III Legal Issues of Community Soft Law 6.

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