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Hans-W Micklitz

The Politics of Judicial Co-Operation in the Eu

Sunday Trading, Equal Treatment and Good Faith

€ 206.75



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
List of figures
ix
List of tables
x
Preface and acknowledgments xi
Table of cases
xii
Table of treaties
xxiv
Table of EC directives
xxv
Table of statutes
xxvii
Table of statutory instruments
xxx
List of abbreviations
xxxii
Judicial activism and legal politics
1(42)
The purpose of this book
1(4)
The basics of the European legal order
5(6)
The three pillars of the European legal order: judicial co-operation, organised law-enforcement, and political legitimacy
11(16)
Judicial co-operation, organised law-enforcement and political legitimacy; and the common market, the internal market and the private legal order
27(6)
The choice of the UK as a subject for study
33(3)
The selection of the case studies and the methodology
36(5)
How to read this book
41(1)
A summary of the findings of this book
41(2)
The reconstruction of the Sunday trading cases
43(122)
Article 28: a weapon to win the Sunday trading war?
43(52)
The UK government: caught between loyalty and politics
95(8)
The European Commission`s position in the Sunday trading litigation
103(5)
The Advocates-General and the ECJ: principal characters or merely supporting roles?
108(18)
The attitude of the judges in the referring proceedings
126(26)
Reactions to the Euro-litigation
152(13)
The reconstruction of the equal treatment litigation
165(127)
The legal structure for achieving equality between men and women
166(6)
The appellants
172(50)
The respondents and the governments
222(14)
The European Commission`s position in equal treatment cases
236(8)
The Advocates-General and the ECJ: who is pushing whom in the development of equal treatment?
244(28)
The attitude of judges in national courts and of legal doctrine
272(20)
The reconstruction of good faith in the control of unfair terms in consumer contracts
292(132)
Introduction: the reach and nature of the conflict between civil law, common law and European law
292(7)
The common law position: caveat emptor and the freedom of contract
299(25)
The Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977: legislative intervention in the freedom of contract
324(31)
The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations
355(28)
The concept of good faith as understood by the Office of Fair Trading
383(18)
Good faith before the UK courts: the European perspective
401(23)
The limits of judicial activism and perspectives for legal politics
424(79)
Communication in disorder: judicial co-operation between national and European courts
426(34)
Imbalances and incapacities in organised law-enforcement
460(19)
Judicial strategies to overcome the boundaries of legal-political legitimacy in Euro-litigation
479(24)
Bibliography 503(18)
Index 521
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Hardback
539 pagina's
Januari 2005
930 gram
235 x 159 x 38 mm
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR us


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