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Blackstone's Guide to the UK Internal Market Act 2020

ISBN13: 9780192856203
Published: November 2021
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99

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This book explores the Internal Market Act's provisions, as an Act creating the foundation for freedom of trade within the UK following Brexit.

  • First book to consider the UK's newly-formed internal market post-Brexit and the UK Internal Market Act 2020
  • Provides a clear and concise explanation of the Act, based on the structure of the Act itself, along with practical examples and comparative insights
  • Expert authors with extensive experience in the relevant fields of EU internal market law, EU and UK competition law, UK constitutional law, and consumer law
  • Includes a copy of the Act for ease of reference

Commercial Law
1. Introduction
2. Mutual Recognition: Goods
3. Mutual Recognition: Services
4. Non-discrimination: Goods
5. Non-discrimination: Services
6. Exclusions to the Market Access Principles
7. Northern Ireland
8. Professional Qualifications and Regulation
9. Monitoring of the UK Internal Market
10. Financial Assistance and Subsidies
1. The UK Internal Market Act 2020
2. Explanatory Notes
3. Relevant Parts of the Withdrawal Agreement & Northern Ireland Protocol
4. Relevant Parts of the Economic Partnership Agreement