Re-Thinking Legal and Factual Barriers in the Internal Market
Edited by Sybe de Vries, Elena Ioriatti, Paolo Guarda and Elisabetta Pulice
Chapter 9: EU legal language and economic rights interpretation in the Member States
The chapter analyses the characteristics of the European Union (EU) legal language with particular attention to economic rights and to some of the difficulties of interpretation and application of these rights in the Member States. This is partly due to the European terminology enforcing these rights, which is composed of neologisms and organized in categories which are unrelated to the legal culture of the Member States. A final reflection deals with the role of the EU terminology relating to economic rights from a global perspective.
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