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Case 33/76 Rewe [1976]

Facts

  • A question was raised concerning the direct effect of a treaty provision and its accompanying regulation

Issue

  • Were the provisions directly effective, and how should this effectiveness be enforced in national courts?

Decision

  • Yes, see below

Reasoning

  • Where rights are conferred on individuals by EU law, it is for national courts to protect those rights
  • However, national procedural autonomy (national rules concerning national legal systems) buy 2mg xanax online not canadian must be protected by the EU
  • Member States must ensure that remedies for breaches of EU law can be obtained at national level without undue burden – the principle of effectiveness
  • Member States must have remedies available to be able to give effect to EU law just as effect is given to national law – the principle of equivalence
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