Judicial Control of the European Communities

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1. GOVERNMENTAL REPORTS AND NATIONAL LEGISLATION
A. TREATY INSTITUTING THE EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY
Federal Republic of Germany
Entwurf eines Gesetzes fiber die Gründung der Europäischen Gemeinschaft für Kohle und Stahl vom 18 April, 1951, Begründung des Vertragswerkes (Anlage 3) . . . ( 1949) Deutscher Bundestag, 1 Wahlperiode (Drucksache No. 2401).
France
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Italy
Camera dei Deputati No. 2603 A, March 17, 1951.
Luxembourg
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The Netherlands
Bijlagen Tweede Kammer, Memorie van Toelichting No. 3 (Zitting 1950-51).
LEGISLATIVE MEASURES CONCERNING THE FORCED EXECUTION OF THE JUDGMENTS OF THE COURT AND OF THE DECISIONS OF THE HIGH AUTHORITY
Belgium: Law of May 2, 1957- ( 1957) Pasinomie 269. Arrêté Royal, Aug. 2, I957 - ( 1957) Pasinomie 659.
Federal Republic of Germany: Statement, Aug. 25, 1954 - ( 1954) Bundesgesetzblatt Part II at 1030.
France: Décret No. 54-387, April 5, 1954 - ( 1954) Journal Officiel, Lois et Décrets at 3262.
Italy: Decreto del Presidente No. 1270, Oct. 16, 1954 - ( 1955) Gazzetta Ufficiale 265. Decreto del Presidente No. 1824, Dec. 2, 1960.
Luxembourg: Arrêt Grand-Ducal, March 28, 1955 - ( 1955) Memorial du Grand- Duché de Luxembourg.
The Netherlands: Law of Feb. 24, 1955- ( 1955) Staatsblad Stb. 73 at 129. - Amendment Law, Jan. 13, 1960- ( 1960) Staatsblad 15.
Amendment of the European Coal and Steel Community Treaty
Traité portant modification au Traité instituant la Communauté Européenne du Charbon et de l'Acier, Oct. 27, 1956 ( 1956) Bundesgesettblatt Part II at 1875.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Cases xv
  • Part One - The Court in the Structure Of the European Communities xxi
  • I - Objectives and Powers of the Communities 1
  • 2 - Nature and Composition of the Court 21
  • Part Two - Direct Judicial Control 31
  • 3 - Introduction 33
  • 4 - Appeal for Annulment 37
  • 6 - Effects of the Court's Judgment 130
  • 7 - Charge of Exception of Illegality 138
  • 8 - Constitutional Control 149
  • Part Three - Indirect Judicial Control 167
  • 10 - Supremacy of the Court Over Community Matters Before Municipal Courts 178
  • II - Conclusions 237
  • Bibliography 244
  • Index 263
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