Implementing EC Law in the United Kingdom: Structures for Indirect Rule

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The European Community relies on the Member States both to implement and enforce its laws, even in the face of conflict with existing national legislation. This important book examines how EC law is grafted onto the UK national legal system by a process of adjustment and co-operation. It focuses on the practical problems of implementation for those who are the object of Community regulation and those who are now required to administer it, with its increasingly prominent role in the control of government action and impact on the judiciary. The book is divided into three sections:

  • Part 1: legal and administrative structures of indirect rule and implementation, in the UK and at Community level
  • Part 2: illustrates how these structures work in practice by examining the implementation of specific EC directives in case studies ranging from food safety to audio-visual media
  • Part 3: considers how the implementation of EC law has participated in processes of domestic governmental change and of European constitutional and administrative development
Implementing EC Law in the United Kingdom is an essential resource for practitioners of European law and government, constitutional lawyers, and European businesses and trade associations.

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Implementing EC Law in the United Kingdom Structures for Indirect Rule Edited by Terence Daintith How is EC law transposed into UK law? How are UK processes of law and administration affected by the process of implementation? How have the roles of administrators (both national and local) changed as the volume of EC law has increased? This book seeks to answer these questions by focusing on the practical problems of implementation both for the administrators and those who are the object of the Community regulation.

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Terence Daintith is Professor of Law at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, and Dean of the School of Advanced Study, University of London. His recent books include Law as an Instrument of Economic Policy (Berlin, 1988) and (with GR Baldwin) Harmonisation and Hazard. Regulating Workplace Health and Safety in the European Community (London, 1992).

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