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How do I find EUR-Lex?

How do I find EUR-Lex?

Ways to search EUR-Lex

  1. Quick Search. Type free text, keywords or document numbers in the quick search box at the top of any page.
  2. Search by document number or CELEX number.
  3. Advanced Search.
  4. Expert Search.

What is OJ series EU law?

The Official Journal of the European Union (OJ) is the main source of EUR-Lex content. It is published daily (from Monday to Friday regularly, on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only in urgent cases) in the official EU languages​​ . More information. There are 2 series: L (legislation)

What is meant by EU law?

EU law, or European Union law, is a system of law that is specific to the 28 members of the European Union. This system overrules the national law of each member country if there is a conflict between the national law and the EU law.

How is EU legislation determined?

Where to find EU legislation

  1. EUR-Lex. EUR-Lex provides access to the consolidated text of founding treaties and in force secondary legislation.
  2. EU Exit Web Archive.
  3. Legislation originating from the EU (

How many EU regulations are there?

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

What will replace OJEU after Brexit?

What will replace OJEU/TED after Brexit? On the 1st of January 2021, OJEU/TED was replaced by a new e-tendering platform called ‘Find a Tender’ (FTS). If contract spend is over the current WTO GPA threshold, tenders legally need to be posted on Find a Tender.

Does EU law apply after Brexit?

Some EU law has been carried over into UK law despite the Brexit transition period expiring at 11pm on 31 December 2020. Thousands of amendments to that retained EU law also entered into force at the same time. …

Who decides EU law?

The EU’s standard decision-making procedure is known as ‘Ordinary Legislative Procedure’ (ex “codecision”). This means that the directly elected European Parliament has to approve EU legislation together with the Council (the governments of the 27 EU countries).

Does EU law still apply after Brexit?

Is EU law supreme to UK law?

The UK has facilitated the supremacy of EU law through enacting the European Communities Act 1972. However, the UK has accepted EU law is supreme in relation to all domestic laws.