Judicial Review in EU Law (Elgar European Law Series)

Judicial Review in EU Law (Elgar European Law Series)

By: Alexander H. Turk (author)Hardback

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Judicial review constitutes an important aspect of any legal system operating under the rule of law. This book aims at providing a comprehensive discussion of the various avenues for judicial review in EU law. It assesses the actions for annulment and failure to act before turning its attention to incidental forms of review under Articles 241 and 234, and covers the remedy of compensation for damages as well as interim relief proceedings. The author also discusses the impact of the changes brought about by the Lisbon Treaty and the potential issues facing judicial review in the European Union.

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Contents

Contents: Preface Introduction Part I: Action for Annulment 1. EU Institutions or Bodies as Defendants 2. Reviewable Acts 3. Locus Standi of Privileged and Semi-Privileged Applicants 4. Locus Standi of Non-Privileged Applicants 5. Legal Interest 6. Time-Limit in Article 230(5) 7. Grounds of Review 8. Effects of Illegality 9. Reform Part II: Failure to Act 10. Parties to the Proceedings 11. Reviewable Failures to Act 12. Procedure: Article 232(2) 13. Locus Standi 14. Grounds of Review 15. Form and Effects of the Judgment Part III: Incidental Review 16. Plea of Illegality 17. Validity Review Part IV: Non-Contractual Liability 18. Attributable Act 19. Liability for Attributable Acts Part V: Interim Relief 20. Scope of Application of Articles 242 and 243 21. Requirements for the Grant of Interim Measures 22. Procedure Conclusion Bibliography

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/03/2009
  • ISBN13: 9781845422035
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 432
  • ID: 9781845422035
  • ISBN10: 1845422031

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