Summaries of eu legislation on justice and home affairs the court of justice of the european union ensures eu law is applied in the same way in all eu countries and settles legal disputes between national governments and eu institutions. Steve peers seminal text on the justice and home affairs law of the european union appears in its fourth edition and is now available in two separate volumes covering asylum and immigration law and criminal law policing and civil law and as a two volume set. Eu justice and home affairs law 4th edition steve peers table of contents outline volume i immigration and asylum law chapter 1 principles chapter 2 institutional framework 21 introduction 22 overview of the institutional framework 221 framework prior to the treaty of amsterdam 2211. This book examines in detail eu law on justice and home affairs in turn it looks at the decision making and judicial rules which the eu applies in these areas then it examines the extensive eu law on visas and border controls regulation of legal migration control of illegal migration criminal law definitions criminal procedure and policing and customs. But due to the changes in eu law in this field that cooperation might soon be jeopardised as a result in the near future denmark will in principle be voting on whether to replace the current nearly complete opt out on eu justice and home affairs jha law with a partial selective opt out
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