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Community Law and the Legal Systems of the Member States

  • Josephine Shaw
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Part of the Macmillan Professional Masters book series (PAPRMA)

Abstract

The problem we shall consider in this chapter is how the evolving Community legal order has established itself as a superior legal order operating within, but nonetheless independent of the national legal systems. It demonstrates how the Court of Justice has used the organic connection offered by Article 177 EC both to assert its own ability to give authoritative interpretations of the meaning and effect of Community law, and to emphasise that where Community law applies, national courts themselves must act as ‘Community courts’, interpreting and applying Community law subject to the authority of the Court.

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Further Reading

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© Josephine Shaw 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Josephine Shaw
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  1. 1.Keele UniversityUK

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