The doctrine of Direct Effect is an issue of profound importance to all those concerned with or affected by the implementation of European Union directives. The Doctrine of Direct Effect bestows responsibility for the implementation of directives on individual regulators, even if the member state itself has not made full arrangements for implementation. This book considers the doctrine with particular regard to the regulation of the discharge of dangerous substances to the aquatic environment in England and Wales. It ...

Direct Effect of European Law 1995, Taylor & Francis Group

ISBN-13: 9782884490412

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