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Author Berry, David S., author.

Title Caribbean integration law / David S. Berry
Edition First edition
Published Oxfrod, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2014
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Contents Cover -- Caribbean Integration Law -- Copyright -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- Table of Treaties -- List of Abbreviations -- Part I Fundamentals of Caribbean Integration -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Foundations of Caribbean Integration -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 Historical Underpinnings -- 2.3 Motivations for Caribbean Integration -- 2.4 Ground Rules from International Institutional Law -- Part II The Institutional and Treaty Structures for Caribbean Regional Integration -- 3 Status, Objectives, and Membership
""3.1 Current Status of the Treaties""""3.2 Reading the Treaties: Introductory Provisions, Definitions, and Caveats on Cross-References in the RTC""; ""3.3 Status of the Organizations: Creation or Continuation""; ""3.4 Objectives, Purposes, and Functions""; ""3.5 Membership and Other Forms of Participation""; ""3.6 Summary""; ""4 Organs�Structure, Competences, and Decision-Making Processes""; ""4.1 Introduction""; ""4.2 Primary Organs""; ""4.3 Secondary Organs""; ""4.4 Summary""; ""5 Final Provisions of the Treaties""; ""5.1 Personality and Legal Capacity""; ""5.2 Headquarters""
5.3 Privileges and Immunities5.4 Final Provisions -- 5.5 Summary -- Part III The Legal Systems -- 6 The Creation, Implementation, and Enforcement of Legal Obligations -- 6.1 Creation of Legal Obligations -- 6.2 Potential Limitations: Overarching Exceptions to Obligations -- 6.3 Implementation and Enforcement of Binding Obligations in Domestic Law77 -- 7 The Concept of General Principles of Law -- 7.1 In International Law4 -- 7.2 In EU Law -- 7.3 In Legal Theory71 -- 7.4 Conclusions
8 General Principles of Law and Other Foundational Legal Concepts Potentially Arising in CARICOM and the OECS8.1 Conferral (Attributed Competence) -- 8.2 Direct Applicability -- 8.3 Direct Effect -- 8.4 Indirect Effect -- 8.5 Supremacy -- 8.6 Pre-emption -- 8.7 State Liability -- 8.8 Non-discrimination (Equality) -- 8.9 Most Favoured Nation Treatment -- 8.10 Cooperation and Consultation by Community Organs -- 8.11 Human Rights -- 8.12 Need for Reasons -- 8.13 Proportionality -- 8.14 Conclusions -- Part IV Substantive Rules and Policies
""9 Right of Establishment and Free Movement of Services, Capital, and Persons""""9.1 Right of Establishment""; ""9.2 Movement of Services""; ""9.3 Movement of Capital""; ""9.4 Movement of Persons""; ""9.5 Exceptions to Chapter 3 of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas""; ""9.6 Exceptions Under the OECS Protocol""; ""10 Trade Policy�Free Movement of Goods, Subsidies, and Dumping""; ""10.1 Introduction""; ""10.2 Common External Tariff""; ""10.3 Import and Export Duties""; ""10.4 Internal Taxes""; ""10.5 Quantitative Restrictions""; ""10.6 Subsidies""; ""10.7 Dumping""
Summary Two key regional organisations in the Caribbean, the Caribbean Community and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, had their roles fundamentally expanded in 2001 by treaties that developed a single market and a regional court. This book sets out the new roles of these organisations and their impact on regional integration in the Caribbean
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Law -- Caribbean Area
Public law -- Caribbean Area
Regionalism -- Caribbean Area
LAW -- Constitutional.
LAW -- Public.
Law.
Public law.
Caribbean Community.
Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.
Regionalism.
Regionalism.
Economic integration.
European Single Market.
Economy.
Trade.
International trade.
Caribbean Area.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780191649158
0191649155
9780191749452
0191749451