freedom of establishment


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freedom of establishment

under the law of the EUROPEAN UNION a person has the right to continue his vocation or profession in another Member State as a self-employed person rather than as a worker. He may be able to provide services there, but that falls under the FREE MOVEMENT OF SERVICES. The rules apply to firms and companies as well as individuals.
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They describe East African and European integration; the institutional and legal frameworks of the East African Community and the European Union; the scope, nature, and effects of East African Community law and European Union law; external relations in each context; general principles governing East African Community integration and EU law; judicial protection, preliminary references, the common market, free movement of goods, free movement of workers, freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services, free movement of capital, and competition law in each context; judicial enforcement and implementation of East African community law; and harmonization in the East African Community.
The Commission also considers the regional legislation on ski schools in the province of Styria to be incompatible with EU rules on the free movement of workers, freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services as set out in Articles 45, 49 and 56 of TFEU respectively, and with EU case law.
I am not saying there will not be another one but this time at least the circumstances allow us to hope that it can be done through effort and through the EU's involvement that protects human rights, the unity of our country, freedom of movement, freedom of establishment, freedom to acquire property and to work throughout the country.
This aim is contrary to the very essence of the eu rights of freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services guaranteed by Article 56 TFEU.
The bill also "ensures that this law freedom of establishment NGOs and independence without blocking or disabling by the public authorities, directly or indirectly".
of the freedom of establishment by Turkish nationals," the court said
The EU Court of Justice confirmed, on 5 December, that Italian legislation reserving this type of sale to municipal pharmacies or private pharmacies operating under government licence does not run counter to EU law, in particular Article 49 TFEU on freedom of establishment (Cases C-159/12 to 161/12).
The court also points out that the Association Council, which, in accordance with the Additional Protocol, is required to determine the timetable and rules for the progressive abolition of restrictions on freedom of establishment, has not, to date, adopted any measure which would suggest that substantive progress has been achieved towards the realization of such freedom.
The special rights created by the Portuguese state and other Portuguese public bodies in GALP Energia, the country's leading integrated oil and gas group, run counter to the principles of free movement of capital and freedom of establishment.
Some Dutch companies have opened businesses in free zones to enjoy freedom of establishment and to have more business opportunities in the emirate.
The EC is concerned that the Bulgarian-Russian aviation services agreement a not unlike the bilateral agreements with Russia made by the other EU member states in question a may hinder competition, breach EU rules on freedom of establishment, and provide a basis for Siberian overflight charges which may be illegal.
On the application for compensation, the court held that Arcelor failed to demonstrate that, with its adoption of the directive, the Community legislator committed a sufficiently serious breach of the right of property, the freedom to pursue an economic activity, the principle of proportionality, the principle of equal treatment, freedom of establishment or the principle of legal certainty to give rise to non-contractual liability on the part of the Community.

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