2 edition of Judicial control of the European communities. found in the catalog.
Judicial control of the European communities.
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Introduction The development of the judicial control of the European Communities is perhaps best illustrated by comparing the first decision the Court of Justice rendered in Decemberunder the ECSC Treaty, with its preliminary rulings van Gend & Loos (), ENEL () and Simmenthal II () rendered under the EEC Treaty.
Genre/Form: Rules and practice Rules: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bebr, Gerhard. Judicial control of the European communities. New York, Praeger .
Purpose of the book § 1. The Court of Justice plays a significant role in the development of the European Communities, to some extent comparable with the role of the Supreme Court in the early years of the United States of America.
Both are constitutional courts charged with the preservation and the development of the law in a new society.
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