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Treatments lie on the center of ecu felony platforms. They either mirror and form the stability of energy among states and members and among nation and supranational associations. those profound political implications might be larger understood by means of considering the practical roles and institutional histories of treatments. those implications,roles and histories are thought of during this quantity of hard and unique essays on remedial platforms in Europe. This e-book explores the vigorous and infrequently debatable dialogues among courts, nationwide and supranational, on treatments. In so doing, it addresses the adequacy of those dialogues within the gentle of perceived systemic pursuits, either in an total institutional experience and as regards particular sectoral ambitions or institutional actors' aspirations. specifically, the publication seems on the method within which treatments within the EC felony order have interaction with these in different criminal orders corresponding to the Council of Europe and personal foreign legislation. It additionally identifies difficulties of interplay among assorted Council of Europe mechanisms below the conference on Human Rights and the Social constitution. The publication additionally examines the contribution of courts to remedial platforms by way of contemplating different tools of formulating and redressing claims. participants: Claire Kilpatrick, Takis Tridimas, Leo Flynn, Antonio Lo Faro, Carol Harlow, Steve Weatherill, Bernard Ryan, Miguel Poiares Maduro, Henry G.Schermers, Angela Ward, Paul Beaumont, Robin White, Phil Syrpis, Tonia Novitz, Richard Rawlings.

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21 Case C–213/89 R v. Secretary of State for Transport, ex parte Factortame Ltd and Others [1990] ECR I–2433. 22 Cases C–6 and 9/90 Francovich and Bonifaci v. Italy [1991] ECR I–5357. 23 Case C–271/91 Marshall v. Southampton & South West Area Health Authority [1993] ECR I–4367. 24 R. Caranta, “Judicial Protection Against Member States: A New Jus Commune Takes Shape” (1995) 32 CMLRev 703; J. Steiner, “From direct effects to Francovich: shifting means of enforcement of Community law” (1993) 18 ELRev 3.

6 This initial pact, or base-line, is usually called national procedural autonomy, in recognition of the fact that national courts and laws were entrusted with the task of affording adequate mechanisms to take care of the procedural and remedial aspects of EC law claims. However, the Court of Justice’s trust that the national legal orders could adequately safeguard EC law rights only went so far. The base-line of national procedural autonomy came accompanied by two provisos, widely viewed (at least until recently) as minimal safeguards for the protection of EC law rights, rather than as substantial threats to national procedural autonomy.

2 See further Weatherill, this volume. 3 See Rawlings, this volume. 4 See, now, introduced by the Maastricht Treaty, Article 228 EC, allowing fines to be imposed on Member States which fail to comply with a judgment of the European Court of Justice. See below Rawlings at 289. The Future of Remedies in Europe 3 Remedies in the private enforcement model – national procedural autonomy, effectiveness and effective judicial protection The Court of Justice set out a division of remedial competencies which recognised the inevitable reliance of the Community legal order and the Court of Justice on national courts and remedies in the private enforcement model.

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