What does EUR-Lex stand for?

What does EUR-Lex stand for?

European Union law
Eur-Lex (stylized EUR-Lex) is an official website of European Union law and other public documents of the European Union (EU), published in 24 official languages of the EU. The Official Journal (OJ) of the European Union is also published on Eur-Lex.

How do I find EUR-Lex?

Type the Celex number of the document you are looking for and it returns the results as in Search by document number. More on Celex numbers. Available only on the EUR-Lex home page.

How is EU legislation determined?

To access EU legislation: from the home page, follow the link to the “Legislation” search screen, then the link to “International Legislation”….Where to find EU legislation

  1. EUR-Lex.
  2. EU Exit Web Archive.
  3. Legislation originating from the EU (legislation.gov.uk)

How do you find an EU directive?

How to Find Directives

  1. EUR-Lex.
  2. Lexis or Westlaw.
  3. Press Corner for activities of the EU as presented by the various institutions in their press releases.
  4. EU Newsroom.
  5. Summaries of EU Legislation offers about 3000 summaries of various pieces of EU legislation.

What is a working document EU?

Working Document VIII presents information on human resources and expenditure related to the external actions of the European Union, pursuant to Article 41(10) and (11) of the Financial Regulation.

What does EUR stand for?

Acronym. Definition. EUR. Euro (European Monetary Unit)

How many EU regulations are there?

Nowadays, the EU approves on average 80 directives, 1200 regulations and 700 decisions per year.

What are the 3 types of EU law that the Act retains?

In practice, this means (broadly) that the UK is retaining: EU regulations, decisions and tertiary legislation and elements of the EEA agreement (as they existed on exit day);

What are the main types of European legislation?

EU Legislation

  • EU Treaties.
  • Secondary legislation.
  • Case law of the European Court of Justice.
  • International Agreements.

Who implements EU directives?

the Commission
The EU has two procedures by means of which implementing directives can be established. In both procedures the Commission initiates and ultimately decides on implementing directives. A committee of representatives of the member states can either advise on or has to approve of implementing directives.