of Hamburg, Germany) and Schafer (Bucerius Law School, Germany) present 16 papers that provide economic analysis of the key areas of European Union law and the mechanisms of decisions within the EU.
What does EUL stand for?
EUL stands for European Union Law
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 19 other meanings of EUL in our Acronym Attic
- European Urban Knowledge Network
- European United Kingdom Pool Federation
- Economic Useful Life
- Efficient Unit Load (logistics)
- End User Layer (Oracle Discoverer)
- Enhanced Uplink (wireless networking)
- Enhanced Use Lease
- Environmental Unit Leader (USCG)
- Équipes Unionnistes Luthériennes (French Lutheran association)
- Estudantina Universitaria de Lisboa (Lisbon, Portugal students musical group)
- European University of Lefke (est. 1990; Cyprus Science Foundation)
- Eesti Ühistegeline Liit (Estonian Co-operative Association)
- European United Left/Nordic Green Left (political group in the European Parliament)
- End User License Agreement
- European Union-Latin America and Caribbean Summit
- European League Against Rheumatism (Switzerland)
- European League of Associations for Rheumatology
- European Union Latin America Relations Observatory
- European Institute for Freedom, Security and Justice
- European Late Effects Project Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
In its statement, the Court of Justice of the European Union points out that it has already had occasion to rule on the compatibility with European Union law of measures consisting in a prohibition on leaving the territory imposed by a member state on one of its nationals because he owes a tax debt classified under national law as 'considerable'.
With half the fish caught in the North Sea thrown back dead because of bizarre European Union laws, it was little wonder HFW's blood started boiling.
These standards are usually written into European Union law, and enter automobile construction rules in Japan, South Korea and other European countries.
However, Misick filed proceedings in the High Court in London arguing that the proposed suspension of the constitution contravened European Union law.
Byline: ROBERT NICHOLLS IF THERE is a silver lining in the cloud of the current recession it is that at last British workers are now made fully (and sadly brutally) aware of how European Union law works: in favour of big business as opposed to that of British workers.
The Uefa president said he supported Blatter's objectives and will meet him today for further talks, but under European Union law the 'six-plus-five' proposal was unworkable.
I wonder how many of our MPs know that France and Germany have a private treaty signed in 1966 which gives them the power of a controlling bloc, and Germany has its own special treaty which puts German law above and superior to European Union law.