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The Impact of the Internal Market on Private Law of Member Countries

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  • Susanne GSCHWANDTNER; Vasiliki KOSTA; Hanna Schebesta; Paul Verbruggen

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The papers collectively aim to improve the understanding of the multi-level interplay between primary EC law and national private law. As such, the authors address the pressing topics of the shifting public – private divide in Community law, the impact of fundamental rights on Internal Market and national private law, the restrictive effect of national private law on the market freedoms, and the duty of national courts to ex-officio raise Community law in domestic legal disputes

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  • Susanne GSCHWANDTNER; Vasiliki KOSTA; Hanna Schebesta; Paul Verbruggen, 2009. "The Impact of the Internal Market on Private Law of Member Countries," EUI-LAW Working Papers 22, European University Institute (EUI), Department of Law.
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    1. Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz, 2009. "Universal Services: Nucleus for a Social European Private Law," EUI-LAW Working Papers 12, European University Institute (EUI), Department of Law.
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    European law; fundamental/human rights;

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