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The Agricultural Law Of The EC, An Inquiry Into The Admin Law

By Rene Barents


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A considerable part of EC legislation concerns agricultural law which is not surprising considering the importance attached to agricultural policy by the European Community Members. As a result of its dominant place in EC law, agricultural law is currently the most developed form of administrative law in the Community.

Besides providing helpful information in the field of agricultural law, this book will be useful to those interested in the development of other fields of Community law which might follow the same path. An issue of continuing interest in the context of agricultural EC regulations is the conflict existing between national and community objectives and between the relevant EC Directives and their practical implementation by the EC Member States.

Last Updated 10/01/1994
Update Frequency As Needed
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789065448675
SKU 10059537-0001
Table of Contents
  1. Agriculture in the EC Treaty
  2. The Treaty Provisions on Agriculture
  3. Common Market Organizations (I)
  4. Common Market Organizations (II). Common Prices
  5. Common Market Organizations (III). Trade and Production
  6. Common Market Organizations (IV). The Agri-Monetary System
  7. Agricultural Structures
  8. The Financing of the Common Agricultural Policy
  9. Coordination of National Aids
  10. Restrictive Practices and Producer Organizations
  11. Market Regulation under the Common Agricultural Policy
  12. Subsidies and Levies (The Application of Amounts)
  13. Sanctions and Securities
  14. Force Majeure
  15. The Agricultural Legislation
  16. Community Agricultural Law and the Principle of Legal Certainty
  17. Community Agricultural Law and the Principle of Non-Discrimination
  18. Community Agricultural Law and the Principle of Proportionality
  19. The Changing Structure of Community Agricultural Law
  20. Community Agricultural Law: Instrument or Guarantee?