Theresa May Eu Withdrawal Agreement

Part Six sets out the institutional arrangements underlying the agreement and how to resolve disputes over VA. The main changes to the sixth part of the March 2018 draft concern disputes relating to the agreement itself, which the Commission had initially proposed to be settled by the ECJ if it could not be resolved in the Joint Committee. Rather, the November draft proposes, in article 170, that all disputes that are not settled in the Joint Commission be brought before an independent arbitral tribunal that will make a binding decision on the dispute. However, where the dispute requires the interpretation of terms or provisions of EU law, Article 174 obliges the General Court to submit them to the ECJ for a binding interpretation of the terms or provisions which the General Court must subsequently apply.

Posted Monday, October 11th, 2021 at 3:05 pm
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