Eea Law:A Commentary on the Eea Agreement

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Finally there is a book with the complete text of the EEA Agreement and a comprehensible explanation of the law of the European Economic Area. EEA Law may be considered the first main book on the subject.

Apart from specialists in European and commercial law, the book will also be of interest to government officials, historians, legal Format: Hardcover. The EFTA Secretariat and The EFTA Surveillance Authority are pleased to invite you to the book launch of the “Agreement on the European Economic Area.A Commentary” edited by professors Finn Arnesen, Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, Hans Petter Graver, Ola Mestad and Christoph book features contributions by more than 40 authors, making it a comprehensive commentary to the EEA agreement.

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The EEA is also discussed as a possible model for relations between the EU and the United Kingdom after Brexit.

The new commentary, article by article, explores the importance of the legal practice agreement. It incorporates the extensive annexes and protocols to the agreement, which unlocks key secondary EEA law and establishes links with EU law.

Get this from a library. EEA law: a commentary on the EEA agreement. [Sven Norbert; European Economic Area.]. The provisions of the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) determine the relations of the EFTA countries Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein with the EU and its Member States.

On its basis, these three countries participate extensively in the internal market. The European Economic Area, EEA Law: A Commentary on Eea Law:A Commentary on the Eea Agreement book EEA Agreement.

By Norberg Sven, Hokborg Karin, Johansson Martin, Eliasson Dan and Dedichen Lucien. [Stockholm: C. Fritzes AB. ISBN 91–38––2. No price given] - Volume 45 Issue 2 - L.

Neville Brown. Sven Norberg, Karin Hökborg, Martin Johansson, Dan Eliasson, and Lucien Dedichen, The European Economic Area EEA Law.A Commentary on the EEA Agreement, Stockholm: CE Fritzes AB (Kluwer) () pages, Index.

$ £ The author considers the impact of EEA law on both European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states and on EU Member States, and looks at case law.

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Switzerland did not join the EEA, after a negative referendum on 6 Dec. On the EEA Agreement, see Opinion 1/91, EEA (I), EU:C Generally, see Nordberg, Hökborg, Johansson and Ehlermann, EEA Law, A Commentary on the EEA Agreement (Fritzes, ); Baudenbacher (Ed.), The Handbook of EEA Law (Springer, ).

EASTERN ENLARGEMENT - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EEA Legal aspects of EEA accession. Membership of the European Union implies full acceptance of the EU’s existing body of legislation, the so-called acquis acquis, covering all EU commitments and policies, such as the Agreement on the European Economic Area, should be applied by the candidate countries of.

The EEA Agreement is a mixed agreement and part of EU-Law. Acquired rights are dealt with in the EEA Agreement – see further below. For further reading see the book; EEA Law, A Commentary on the EEA Agreement, Fritzes,pages – EEA law: The European Economic Area: a commentary on the EEA agreement Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions The Amazon Book Review.

The Handbook of EEA Law provides the reader with a thorough grounding in the EEA Agreement, detailing how secondary EU law becomes applicable in the EFTA pillar, and the roles played by the EFTA Surveillance Authority and the EFTA contributions from more than 40 judges, practitioners and academics, the page book considers the EEA Agreement from the respective perspectives of.

Norberg S, Hökborg K, Johansson M, Eliasson D, Dedichen L () The European Economic Area – EEA Law – a commentary on the EEA Agreement. CE Fritzes, Stockholm Google Scholar Tobler C () Dispute resolution under the EEA Agreement.

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For more than 20 years, the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) has extended the EU internal market to the participating Member States of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). However, recent reviews of the Agreement have revealed that its functioning is not as smooth as previously thought, particularly as far as the incorporation of novel EU legislation into the Agreement.

The commentary is edited by professors Finn Arnesen, Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, Hans Petter Graver, Ola Mestad and Christoph Vedder and it features contributions by more than 40 authors, making it a comprehensive commentary to the EEA Agreement.

The Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA): a guide to the free movement of goods and competition rules by Thérèse Blanchet (Book) European Union and the EFTA countries: enlargement and EEA law: a commentary on the EEA agreement by Sven Norberg. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) / will go into force in the EU on 25 May A draft Joint Committee Decision (JCD) is under consideration by the EU and the EEA EFTA States with the aim of being incorporated into the EEA Agreement on 1 June.

It considers the EEA Agreement from the respective perspectives of the national authorities, courts, and the legal professions of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The book meticulously examines substantive EEA law, beginning with the general principles and the four freedoms, through competition law and State aid to such aspects as the.

6 Arts 1 and 6 EEA, and eg recs 4 and 5 of the EEA Agreement’s Preamble. It is worth noting that the precise nature and import of the EEA principle of reciprocity – according to which procedural and/or substantive rights conferred under EEA law should be the same for EU nationals under the EFTA pillar of the EEA as for EFTA nationals under the EU pillar of the EEA – is rather difficult.

Summary Page 17 of the Judgment. 1 Article 3 EEA imposes upon the EEA/EFTA States the general obligation to take all appropriate measures, whether general or particular, to ensure fulfilment of the obligations arising out of the EEA Agreement. 2 The question whether an EEA/EFTA State has failed to fulfil its obligations must be determined by reference to the situation as it stood at the end of.

This Handbook comprehensively addresses the breadth of law encompassed by the EEA Agreement, which extends the European Union's Single Market to three EFTA countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The Handbook is first and foremost intended for practitioners and legal scholars, but its approachable style makes it readily accessible for students.

The Handbook provides the reader with a. The EEA enforcement system includes, in particular, the mechanism pursuant to Article EEA for the settlement of disputes between the Member States with respect to the interpretation and the application of EEA law.

The chapter describes the different elements of this mechanism and discusses its practical relevance. EEA Law. A Commentary on the EEA Agreement, Stockholm: CE Fritzes AB (Kluwer) () pages, Index. $ £ This short note cannot do justice to this encyclopedic work. The authors, all former members of the legal service of EFTA, have written a comprehensive, painstakingly detailed commentary on the EEA including its political and.

Get this from a library. Agreement on the European Economic Area, a commentary.

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[Finn Arnesen; Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen; Hans Petter Graver; Ola Mestad; Christoph Wilhelm Vedder;] -- "The provisions of the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) determine the relations of the EFTA countries Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein with the EU and its Member States.

The EEA Agreement is the only association agreement ever concluded by the European Union which allows and obliges the associated States to have their own court. Without the EFTA Court, the EEA Agreement could not function. The present contribution focuses on the position of the EFTA Court in the governance structure of the EEA.

For further reading see the book; EEA Law, A Commentary on the EEA Agreement, Fritzes,pages – ISBNNorberg, Høkborg, Johansson, Eliasson, Dedichen. Yours sincerely, Lucien Dedichen. Reply Delete.

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The Draft EEA's ultima vox for the settlement of disputes between the Parties and the control of the EFTA surveillance mechanism was an EEA Court, independent though functionally integrated with the ECJ and competent to deliver binding decisions concerning the interpretation and application of the Agreement, including its Annexes and Protocols.

THE EEA AGREEMENT AND THE EFTA COURT The European Free Trade Area (EFTA) Court has the judicial role of interpreting the Agreement on the European Economic Area (the EEA Agreement)1 with respect to those EFTA states party to the EEA Agreement, namely Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.2 The EEA Agreement came.The Handbook of EEA Law, Springer Book launch event, EFTA Secretariat, Brussels, 15 December I.

Introduction The Handbook of EEA Law is the first comprehensive “supranational” oeuvre since Sven Norberg and his co-authors published their Commentary on the EEA Agreement. There is a tension, or even a rift, within the book between these three authors who adhere to the orthodox school of national sovereignty and are reluctant to see the EEA, in particular the Agreement’s institutional elements, in a positive light, and other authors who discuss legal issues pertaining to the Agreement with a more down-to-earth.