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Complémentarité et coopération entre la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne et les juges nationaux en matière de séjour dans l’Union des citoyens d’Etats tiers

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During recent years the Court has had to exercise its role by paying attention to the concerns of protecting national sovereignty of member states with which it has been asked to respect the principle of conferred powers and not to rule "ultra vires". This chapter builds on the important studies that Marc Maresceau so admirably devoted to the analysis of the situation of those people governed by the agreements that the European Community first and the European Union, then, have concluded with third states. It highlights the principles and techniques which the Court of Justice, a scalable and unexpectedly, referred to resolve problems arising in the matter, when not bound by the provisions Special deriving from such type of agreements. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Court of Justice; European Community; European Union; Marc Maresceau; member states; national sovereignty



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