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Harmonisation of law

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  • Harmonisation of law — (or harmonization ) comes from the root word harmonise which under the OED means “make or form a pleasing or consistent whole”. In the case of harmonisation of law, the aim is to make a consistent whole of law. It is an important concept in the… …   Wikipedia

  • harmonisation — the process of approximating the law of the member states of the European Communities. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …   Law dictionary

  • Harmonisation — or harmonization may refer to: * In international law, the harmonisation of law is the process by which different states adopt the same laws. * As a result of the operation of international treaties, the regulatory principles of stronger states… …   Wikipedia

  • Law of the European Union — The Law of the European Union is the unique legal system which operates alongside the laws of Member States of the European Union (EU). EU law has direct effect within the legal systems of its Member States, and overrides national law in many… …   Wikipedia

  • United Nations Commission on International Trade Law — (UNCITRAL) A body established to further the harmonisation and unification of international trade laws. For further information, see the UNCITRAL website. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.pr …   Law dictionary

  • European Union law — European Union This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the European Union …   Wikipedia

  • Europeanisation of law — In the context of European integration Europeanisation of law may be interpreted as * broadening of the scope of European law, * emergence of new legal disciplines in Europe.According to Professor Jacques Ziller the Europeanisation of law has… …   Wikipedia

  • Minimum harmonisation — is a term used in European Union law. If a piece of law (usually a directive, but also a regulation on occasion), is described as minimum harmonisation, that means that it sets a threshold which national legislation must meet. However, national… …   Wikipedia

  • European tort law — The term European Tort Law is not strictly defined and is used to describe a number of various features concerning tort law in Europe. The concept developed alongside other major historic developments of European integration.HistoryAfter WWII,… …   Wikipedia

  • Maximum harmonisation — is a term used in European Union law. If a piece of law (usually a directive, but also a regulation on occasion), is described as maximum harmonisation, that means that national law may not exceed the terms of the legislation. In practice, this… …   Wikipedia

  • International commercial law — is the body of law that governs international sale transactions. [Mo, John S.; International Commercial Law (2003) 1.] A transaction will qualify to be international if elements of more than one country are involved. [Pryles, Jeff Waincymer, and… …   Wikipedia


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