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作者:Dario ?er�a , Ana Jer�inovi�
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.85-126斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:The aim of this paper is to analyse reasons pointing out the need to codify the rules for administrative procedure in EU law and to assess the quality of suggested solutions. Firstly, an attempt is made to answer the question of whether the European Union needs to codify rul...
作者:Marie-Pierre Lanore
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.37-42斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:The role of the European Union in the government of the Republic of France is analysed, the European dimension in national public legal bodies and the supervision of those bodies for interministerial cooperation. It attempts to provide an answer to the question of : Do we need to...
作者:Sanja Oto�an
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.179-193斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:Rights from Article 6 of the Council of Europe�s convention of the protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms rest on the idea of effective legal protection. The right to a speedy trial is closely related to the concept of a fair trial which cannot be in the case of...
作者:J�r�me Michel
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.43-52斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:By decision of 8 July 2019 in the case of the Commission against Belgium (case C-543/17) the European Union Court interpreted and for the first time applied article 260 section 3 of UFEU, which allows handing down fines for not respecting �obligations of sending measures of ...
作者:Jacques Caillosse
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.1-12斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:The State Council has for a long time acknowledged the primacy of international contracts, in particular contracts of the European Union, exclusively over the laws passed earlier. In retrospect after the decision of the Constitutional Council Val d�Oise elections (Elections ...
作者:Frane Stani�i� , Bosiljka Britvi� Vetma
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.157-177斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:Authors in this paper analyse whether Directive 2006/123/EC European Parliament and Council of 12 December 2006 on the services in the internal market and in the system of higher education is being applied. Existing theoretical observations are shown on this problem area as ...
作者:Charlotte Denizeau-Lahaye
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.13-22斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:In order to answer various questions which represent the foundation of this paper, above all, one must focus on dialogue participants. The first participant of the dialogue in question is the national judge. The other is the Luxembourg judge, who has as their mission the interpre...
作者:Silvio �ovi�
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.211-237斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:The existing so called decentralised policy of managing maritime demesne, firstly including measures and activities directed towards the establishment and maintenance of an effective system of allocating concessional permits and in particular taking into account geographical comp...
作者:Yves Doutriaux
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.23-29斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:The role of France�s constant representation in European institutions is shown in this paper. That constant representation is entrusted to career diplomats is at a high level is pointed out who belong to "a network" of experts specialised for European jobs (experts for Europ...
作者:Lana Ofak , Marko Turudi�
来源:[J].Collected papers of the faculty law in Split, 2020, Vol.57 (1), pp.127-155斯普利特大学法学院
摘要:In this paper, the way, pursuant to judgement of the European court in the case of C-237/07 Janecek, court protection can be ensured due to omissions in passing action plans for improving the quality of air which are, according to their legal nature, general acts. The first and s...

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