National courts and eu law examines both how and why national courts and judges are involved in the process of legal integration within the european union as well as reviewing conventional thinking the book presents new legal and empirical insights into the issue of judicial behaviour in this . This chapter is concerned with the mechanisms available under the european union treaties for providing judicial review of acts adopted by the unions institutions and other bodies it focuses particularly on acts of general application section ii considers briefly the place of the action for annulment and the preliminary rulings procedure in the remedial framework of the treaties. Research publications research outputs national courts and eu law home research outputs how to cite research output national courts and eu law new issues theories and methods research output book report book editing professional associated researcher de witte befm judicial review and cooperation um postal address . The adaptation of private actors and public officials to the development of ec law and to judicial rulemaking is an important component of our theory that is how courts decide cases regularly feeds back onto the behavior of social and political actors structuring how non judicial actors make decisions. Judicial review and the european courts working with our partners part 1 that can also be said of some well known judgments of our own courts particularly on issues of eu law the other core principle of eu law that protects the cohesion of the eu legal system is the duty of sincere cooperation binding on the national courts
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