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Hi i have an assignment due really soon and im stuck!
Here it is...

the question is about a directive that was adopted by the EU and had an implementation deadline... between the date of adopting the directive and the deadline, a woman was in a situation where the directive would help her loss, however the UK had not implemented it yet....

So what does that mean!?.. i talk about direct effect but in the case of Ratti, it states that if implementation deadline date has not passed, it cannot have direct effect.

what about indirect or state liability? anything else that needs to be mentioned?

2) Also, theres another question saying that the UK wants to base a legal claim against the validity of the Directive, how would they do this? on what grounds?...

PLEASE PLEASE help if you can!!
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(Original post by Life-by-Law)
Hi i have an assignment due really soon and im stuck!
Here it is...

the question is about a directive that was adopted by the EU and had an implementation deadline... between the date of adopting the directive and the deadline, a woman was in a situation where the directive would help her loss, however the UK had not implemented it yet....

So what does that mean!?.. i talk about direct effect but in the case of Ratti, it states that if implementation deadline date has not passed, it cannot have direct effect.

what about indirect or state liability? anything else that needs to be mentioned?

2) Also, theres another question saying that the UK wants to base a legal claim against the validity of the Directive, how would they do this? on what grounds?...

PLEASE PLEASE help if you can!!
I have no idea about news, but from watching the news in my country, if a European law/directive is not implemented/respected in your country you seem to be able to complain to some EU body (maybe the European Court). But for what I recall it's seem to work only about stuff that endanger your "human right".

After some research you could look Pierre Fabre case.
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