Reference : Book II - Administrative Rulemaking
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Book II - Administrative Rulemaking
Mendes, Joana mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Law Research Unit >]
Curtin, Deirdre []
Hoffman, Herwig C. H. []
Schneider, Jens-Peter []
Ziller, Jacques []
Research Network on EU Administrative Law (ReNEUAL)
ReNEUAL model rules on EU administrative procedure
[en] non-legislative rule-making ; constitutional principles ; administrative law
[en] Book II aims to fill a gap in the existing legal system of the EU. It links the
provisions, general principles of law and values arising from primary law with the
procedure for adoption of non-legislative acts of general application.
Progressively over the past decades, a set of constitutional values emerged as
general principles of law both in the case law of the CJ and in (incremental)
Treaty amendments. Such principles have until now mainly shaped the EU’s
institutional structures and decision-making procedures with regard to the EU’s
formalised legislative procedure. Rule-making outside of legislative procedures,
the subject matter of this book, has arguably been much less influenced by these
constitutional principles. The implementation of such principles is, in any event,
scattered across single provisions in some but not all policy areas. The provisions
of this book are designed to ensure their systematic infusion into non-legislative
rule-making more generally

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