The Application of EC Law by National Courts: The Free Movement of Goods

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Contents
Prefacexiii
Abbreviationsxv
Treaty of Amsterdam (revised Articles)xix
Table of Casesxxi
1 Introduction1
2 Article 30 and imports6
1. Legal structure and scope6
(A) The definition of 'goods'6
(B) Goods from third countries 'in free circulation' in the Community7
(C) Article 30 and other Articles in the EC Treaty9
2. Quantitative restrictions14
3. Measures having equivalent effect20
4. All trading rules enacted by Member States23
(A) Trading rules25
(B) Enacted by Member States28
The Dutch Association for Advertising Standards and the Advertising Standards Commission30
5. Directly or indirectly36
(A) Examples of directly applicable measures37
(i) Import licences and obligations to make a declaration of origin37
(ii) Import inspections42
(iii) Conditions imposed in relation to imports only43
(iv) Limiting channels of distribution47
(v) Obligatory origin-marking49
(vi) Encouraging discrimination52
(B) Examples of indirectly applicable measures53
(i) Requirements that goods be sold by qualified persons56
(ii) Restrictions on advertising and promotion59
(iii) Restrictions regulating the time and place where goods may be sold64

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