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Cavendish Lawcards are entire, pocket-sized courses to key examinable components of the legislation for either undergraduate and GDL classes. Their concise textual content, basic structure and compact layout make Cavendish LawCards definitely the right revision reduction for settling on, knowing and committing to reminiscence the salient issues of every zone of the legislations.

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Other major treaties include the following: Â Â The Merger Treaty 1965 merged the then three European Communities under a single set of institutions. The ‘institutional triangle’ now consists of the Commission, the Council and Parliament, and these are flanked by two more institutions – the Court of Justice and the Court of Auditors. The Single European Act 1986 (a European treaty, not a domestic Act) set out a timetable for the removal of all barriers to trade between the Member States, and to turn the ‘common market’ into a genuine single market in which goods, services, people and capital could move around freely.

The Treaty also extends the areas in which decisions can be taken by a qualified majority, and encourages closer ties with national parliaments. One development has occasioned considerable debate, whereby Member States that intend to establish closer cooperation may make use of the institutions, procedures and mechanisms laid down in the Treaties, subject to the provisos specified. This ultimately opens the way for a multi-speed Europe, albeit with limitations. A single European currency managed by a European Central Bank was introduced in 1999.

The duty of the court is to obey and apply every Act of Parliament, and … the court cannot hold any such Act to be ultra vires. Of course there may be questions about what the Act means, and of course there is power to hold statutory instruments and other subordinate legislation ultra vires. But once an instrument is recognised as being an Act of Parliament, no English court can refuse to obey it or question its validity. (Manuel v AG (1983), per Megarry VC) The position may be contrasted with the powers of the Supreme Court in the US, which has the power to decide whether or not legislation conforms to the US constitution.

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