European Community Law covers the whole range of general principles of EC Law, including institutions and the key areas of substantive law. Written in a clear and stimulating style, its aim is for the reader to gain a thorough understanding of the nature, structure and content of EC Law very quickly. It is an ideal introduction for all undergraduates and CPE students studying the core subject of European Law.
This new edition of European Community Law includes:
* New material on the Treaty of Nice including citizenship, enlargement of the Community, the institutions, social policy developments and the free movement of persons and goods. The EC and Human Rights.
* All areas have been enhanced and updated to reflect the dynamic and developing nature of this area of law.
European Community Law is a must for all students requiring a thorough introduction to the nature and structure of this fast developing area of law.
Introduction. Legislation. The institutions. The supremacy of community law. General principles of community law. Forms of law. Administrative control of member states. Actions to annul community acts: Articles 230, 232 and 241. Preliminary rulings: Article 234. Citizenship. Free movement of persons. Freedom to provide services and the right of establishment. Free movement of goods. Competition law. Social policy. The EC and human rights. Other issues.