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Remedies in EC law law and practice in the English and EC courts by Mark Brealey

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Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • European Union countries.,
  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Remedies (Law) -- European Union countries.,
  • Remedies (Law) -- Great Britain.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMark Brealey, Mark Hoskins ; with foreword by David Vaughan.
ContributionsHoskins, Mark.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKJE4010 .B73 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationcxx, 632 p. ;
Number of Pages632
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL489139M
ISBN 100752004697
LC Control Number98219496

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Part 4 Remedies in EC courts for breach of EC law: proceedings against member states for breach of EC law (Articles and EEC Treaty); judicial review of EC acts (Article EEC Treaty); plea for illegality (Article EEC Treaty); judicial review of failure to act (Article EEC Treaty); suing the EC institutions in damages (Article. Offering a logical and guided format, this is a valuable supplemental source for your students. It: covers the areas included in most remedies courses, including damages, injunctions, and restitution, as well as other important topics such as declaratory judgments, punitive damages, and remedial defenses - builds student understanding step-by-step, moving from the basics to the more complex. This comprehensive Understanding treatise provides an introduction to the basic legal rules and principles that constitute the law of remedies as applied by United States courts. The chapters are organized so that the materials follow the customary approach of teaching remedies: (1) General principles applicable to damages, injunctions, and restitution;/5(8). and procedural issues pertaining to legal remedies. Part Five focuses on liability for damages. There is a general overview of the principles that govern legal remedies in European tax law and a good discussion on the conditions of equivalence and effectiveness in this context.

The book was drafted on the basis of a GREIT conference held in Cetara in on “Legal Remedies in European Tax Law”. It was conceived as a continuation to two previous events, held respectively in in Lund on “Towards an Homogenous EC Direct Tax Law” and in in Lisbon on "The Meaning and Scope of the Acte Clair Doctrine”. European Merger Control Law: A Guide to the Merger Regulation is an indispensable guide to this process. Topics covered include: History of the European Community's Merger Control Regulation • Concentrations Subject to the Merger Control Regulation • Division of Price: $ A favorite classroom prep tool of successful students that is often recommended by professors, the Examples & Explanations (E&E) series provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class E&E offers hypothetical questions complemented by detailed explanations that allow you to test your knowledge of the topics in your courses and compare your /5(7).   This discussion covers the conditions under which States will be held liable, the time limits of liability, the application of national law governing the extent of damage awards and the extent to which national courts are required to introduce remedies unavailable under their own national law in order to satisfy EC remedy requirements.

Analysing the legal questions surrounding attribution in detail, the book presents the necessity defence as an evidently available alternative. However, the shortcomings of the doctrine as based in customary international law that render it problematic as a remedy for states are examined in-depth. Remedies Outline 1) Choice of law a) In federal court, remedies are considered a part of substantive law b) Equitable claims are before a judge and subject to constitutional considerations c) Constitutional jurisdictions consideration 2) Procedure a) Remedies usually have to be asked for the in the pleadingsFile Size: KB. A remedy is a form of court enforcement of a legal right resulting from a successful civil lawsuit. Remedies fall into three general categories: Damages - monetary compensation for the plaintiff's losses, injury, and/or pain or restitutionary measures designed to restore the plaintiff's status to what it was prior to the violation of his or her. The Remedies Index lists all CALI lessons covering Remedies. Subject Outline. Overview Historical Perspective / Relation Between Rights & Goals History of Equity (REM04) Relation to Substantive Common Law vs. Statutory; Classification and Ordering of Remedies Equitable Remedies - An Overview (REM02) Characterizing Remedies (REM03) Compensatory.