The EU Citizenship Directive: A Commentary (inbunden)
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Peers, Steve / Tomkin, Jonathan
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The EU Citizenship Directive: A Commentary (inbunden)

The EU Citizenship Directive: A Commentary

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This book provides a comprehensive article by article commentary of the EU's Citizenship Directive. In doing so it offers readers a "one-stop" guide to a fundamental Union legislative act that governs the right of Union citizens and their family members to travel to or take up residence in other Member States of their choosing.
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Dr Diego Acosta, EU Law Live This detailed, comprehensive and clarifying analysis of the Citizens' Rights Directive and each of its articles is the most important reference on this piece of legislation. As such, it is destined to be in the libraries of all those working in the area of EU citizenship, whether in academia or legal practice.

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Elspeth Guild is Jean Monnet Professor ad personam at Queen Mary University of London as well as at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands. She is also a partner at the London law firm, Kingsley Napley She is also a visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges. Steve Peers is a Professor at the School of Law, University of Essex. Jonathan Tomkin is a Member of the Legal Service, at the European Commission and is an Affiliated Researcher at the Institute of European Law, KU Leuven.


Introduction 1: General Provisions 2: Right of Exit and Entry 3: Right of Residence 4: Right of Permanent Residence 5: Provisions Common to the Right of Residence and the Right of Permanent Residence 6: Restrictions on the Right of Entry and the Right of Residence on Grounds of Public Policy, Public Security, or Public Health 7: Final Provisions 8: Withdrawal Agreement