The Eea And The Efta Court

Author: EFTA Court
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1782255257
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The essays in this collection, assembled to celebrate the 20 year landmark, and written by members of the Court and external experts, review the successes and shortcomings of the Court, its interface with EU law, and the prospects for its ...

The Eea And The Efta Court

Author: EFTA Court
Publisher: Hart Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781849466264
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The essays in this collection, assembled to celebrate the 20 year landmark, and written by members of the Court and external experts, review the successes and shortcomings of the Court, its interface with EU law, and the prospects for its ...

The Efta Court

Author: Carl Baudenbacher
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1847310125
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The essays in this volume, by leading experts and high-ranking representatives of national and European courts, cover areas such as the relationship between the principle of free movement and national or collective preferences on the EU/EEA ...

The Fundamental Principles Of Eea Law

Author: Carl Baudenbacher
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319451898
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The built-in tension of the Agreement which resulted from this ('the squaring of
the circle', to use Knud Almestad's words), was, by large, left to the judiciary to
resolve. In particular, it would be for the EFTA Court, entrusted with interpreting
the Agreement vis-`a-vis the EEA/EFTA States, to decide on the principles of the
new legal order, including the effects of EEA law within the EEA/EFTA States.
Thus, from the outset, the predicament of the EFTA Court was characterised by
the need to ...

The Legitimacy Of International Trade Courts And Tribunals

Author: Robert Howse
Publisher: Studies on International Court
ISBN: 1108424473
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therefore, the EFTA Court was seized as a forum to decide an EEA-related
dispute between an EEA EFTA state and two EU member states. This is not only
an interesting bypass of the (insufficient) means provided for in Article 111 EEA,
but it is also a clear salute to the EFTA Court from the European Union and the
EU member states. This is even clearer when ones takes into account that the
Netherlands and the UK accepted the fact that the EFTA Court in the end
acquitted Iceland of ...

The Rising Complexity Of European Law

Author: Peter-Christian Müller-Graff
Publisher: BWV Verlag
ISBN: 3830533349
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courts of the 30 EEA States. In general, the various courts have all, albeit
arguably to a greater or lesser extent, contributed towards the realisation of a
homogeneous European Economic Area with equal conditions of competition
and respect of the same rules (Article 1 EEA).2 It may therefore seem unfair to
devote this paper to the troubled relationship between the Supreme Court of
Norway and the EFTA Court. As will emerge from the following discussion, the
difficulties in the ...

General Principles Of Ec Law In A Process Of Development

Author: Ulf Bernitz
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041127054
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1.4.8 PART VIII 1.4.8.1 THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA AGREEMENT
Article 3 of the EEA is in the same terms as Article 10. However, its effects are
different, because the objectives of the EEA are narrower than those of the
European Community. Another difference is that under the EEA even national
courts of final appeal are not bound to refer questions to the EFTA Court. Rulings
of the EFTA Court on references from national courts are referred to as Advisory
Opinions, so may ...

The Ec State Aid Regime

Author: Michael Sánchez Rydelski
Publisher: Cameron May
ISBN: 1905017340
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In fact, State aid cases have accounted for a rather large portion of the case law
of the EFTA Court in its first ten years.2 Virtually all relevant cases have been
brought to the EFTA Court as direct actions against (or in one case: by) the EFTA
Surveillance Authority.3 In that respect, the EFTA Court's function as 'controller' of
the Authority applying the EEA State aid rules to the three EEA/EFTA States4
becomes obvious. At the same time, the Court has always stressed its willingness
to ...

The European Commission S Jurisdiction To Scrutinise Mergers

Author: Morten P. Broberg
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041124748
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Judicial Review The European Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance are
competent for appeals concerning decisions by the European Commission. The
EFTA Court iscompetent forappealsconcerning decisions in the field of
competition adopted by the ESA.23 Even though there are common rules
throughout the EEA, the fact that
theserulesareinterpretedbytwodifferentcourtsmeansthatthereisaninherent risk
that they will not be applied in a uniform manner. A central objective ...