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    IN ORDER TO SATISFY MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS RELATING IN PARTICULAR TO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FISCAL SUPERVISION , THE PROTECTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH , THE FAIRNESS OF COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND THE DEFENCE OF THE CONSUMER

    That's from the judgement in Cassis, blame the CoJ for caps lock frenzy

    Anyway, I was wondering what exactly mandatory requirements are - are they just that list above? And if so, what defines something as loose as "public health"?

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    Mandatory Requirements are an open category that has been added to by case law

    They are extremely difficult to define. There is specific case law on this but I'm not sure whether it is worth delving into that much detail on specific different mandatory requirements for the exam. The Treaty defences to breaches of the various articles on free movement of goods are quite similar as regards something like public health.
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    (Original post by jacketpotato)
    Mandatory Requirements are an open category that has been added to by case law

    They are extremely difficult to define. There is specific case law on this but I'm not sure whether it is worth delving into that much detail on specific different mandatory requirements for the exam. The Treaty defences to breaches of the various articles on free movement of goods are quite similar as regards something like public health.
    Aha, ok. So in an exam shall I only refer to that list I quoted as mandatory requirements?
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    EU law makes me want to vomit all over a cute bunny.

    ARGH.


    Sorry, but I felt the need to display my hate.
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    Aha, ok. So in an exam shall I only refer to that list I quoted as mandatory requirements?
    You need some case law to refer to really
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    (Original post by jacketpotato)
    You need some case law to refer to really
    Bugger.
 
 
 
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