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Possible Interpretation Of The Integration Conditions By The CJEU

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This chapter talks about how the CJEU interprets the integration conditions. The Court follows a number of steps in order to acknowledge whether or not the integration conditions applied by some Member States are in line with the Directive. This chapter enumerates the steps in order to make sense of this complex issue of interpretation, and looks at the way in which the validity of those integration conditions could be challenged before national courts and the possible response that the CJEU could give if required to decide on a preliminary ruling. It also looks at the possible steps that the CJEU could take in order to interpret the integration conditions. According to the CJEU, Member States cannot use integration as a blank cheque. Once the CJEU establishes that integration is not a blank cheque, it could certainly follow by looking at the context and objective of the Directive.

Keywords: CJEU; integration conditions; national courts

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