European law: The transitional breach of EU fundamental freedoms

A transitional application of Member State, the fundamental freedoms infringing regulations will be considered only to the extent that EU law itself allows for such application.The question is whether the priority of application of the fundamental freedoms could be affirmed with nationally binding effect for the federal constitutional court.

As primary law guarantees freedoms bind the Member States of the Union as defined in the personal and material scope directly, even outside the already is harmonized by secondary EU law regulatory areas. imageA transitional application of Member State, the provisions infringing fundamental freedoms is therefore only be considered if the EU law itself allows for such use, for example by overriding considerations of legal certainty, the Court HAT2 denied in the case of sports betting monopoly.

This law holds within its competence under EU law and is not drawn with constitutional considerations.The principle of conferral of powers under Article 5 of the Treaty in so far shows no clarification is needed. Article 5 of the Treaty prohibits the Union to extend its powers beyond the circle of the powers conferred by Article 23 of each paragraph 1 GG sovereignty beyond.

The competence of the Court pursuant to contract law of the European Union under Article 267 TFEU shall include the power to give effect to the primacy of fundamental freedoms and the conditions for transitional use them infringing member state regulations. imageTo note that the primacy of the Community courts of all instances, results from the commitment of Member States to the treaty as a supranational primary law does not require transformation, and from the binding of the courts to the law, to which the Union law counts.

A European Union law and therefore inapplicable in the present case because the standard does not breach EU law.The binding of the courts to uphold the law includes the binding to the mandatory EU law Member States. The judicial enforcement of EU law is part of the fundamental freedoms constitutionally guaranteed effective (individual) rights (art. 19 paragraph 4 of the Constitution), is not so contrary to the object of the administrative courts to grant the protection of individual rights.

The benefits of law

A lot of people wonder nowadays why there are so many lawyers. Isn’t law supposed to be an expensive, hard and difficult subject and that only the best, the most motivated and the richest people can graduate it? And why does it continue to be so popular among young people when there are so many jobless lawyers?

The answer is simple – it’s just that law is associated with prestige, with high standard of living and with high reputation. That is what makes it so tempting to the students – they too want to be wealthy, to be prominent and to be among the most powerful politicians and businessmen in the world. It is true that there are alaw books lot of people with a law degree these days, but it is also true that there is a huge need for their services. Everywhere in the world people need their help even if it is for the most trivial of things like buying a second-hand car or signing everyday deals. Of course, this is not why people want to become lawyers.

The ones that do such services either have not succeeded in their careers or just want to have a simpler and more relaxed life. The other half, though, really wants to get out there and get some serious job done. They want to be involved in different cases (usually the criminal ones are the most interesting, although family law has also started to become popular) and to defend their clients.

The money is good, nobody can deny that. Even if there are plenty of lawyers there days you can never find a poor one. This seems fair since people give so much money for higher education in law and the more money you invest in it, i.e. being in the most prestigious and prominent universities, the better qualification you will get. This, on the other hand, will put you in a much better position amidst the high competition in this area. Usually people prefer to go to Western universities (Great Briton and USA) which will allow them to have much higher opportunities once they start their careers there or elsewhere in the world.