Article 37 [Agreements Concluded by the Union with Third States or International Organisations]

(ex-Article 24 TEU)
  • Hermann-Josef Blanke
  • Stelio Mangiameli
Chapter

Abstract

The Union 3–6 may conclude agreements 9,11 with one or more States or international organisations 9 in areas covered by this chapter. 10

Keywords

International Agreement International Criminal Legal Personality Advisory Opinion Council Decision 
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Table of Cases

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  2. ECJ 16.06.1998, C-162/96, A. Racke GmbH & Co. v Hauptzollamt Mainz, ECR I-3655 [cit. in para 9]Google Scholar
  3. ECJ 25.02.2010, C-386/08, Brita GmbH v. Hauptzollamt Hamburg-Hafen, ECR I-1289 [cit. in para 9]Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hermann-Josef Blanke
    • 1
  • Stelio Mangiameli
    • 2
  1. 1.Faculty for Economics, Law and Social ScienceUniversity of ErfurtErfurtGermany
  2. 2.National Research Council Institute for Regionalism, Federalism and Self-GovernmentRomeItaly

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