Surveillance And Court Agreement Efta

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CONSIDERING that, in accordance with Article 108(1) of the EEA Agreement, the EFTA States establish an independent surveillance authority (EFTA Surveillance Authority) and establish procedures similar to those of the European Community, including procedures to ensure the fulfilment of the obligations arising from the EEA Agreement and to review the legality of the competition acts of the EFTA Surveillance Authority, judgments shall be signed by the President and the Registrar. They are read in the non-jurisdiction. The EFTA Court of Justice has consistently held that the provisions of the EEA Agreement are intended for the benefit of individuals and economic operators throughout the European Economic Area and that the proper functioning of the EEA Agreement depends on the free application of these rights before the national courts of the EEA/EFTA States. Like the ECJ, the EFTA Court of Justice, in interpreting EEA law, does not follow the rules of Articles 31 and 32 of the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, but the methodological rules usually applied by national superior and constitutional courts. Telelogical (or targeted) interpretation is particularly important, but dynamic interpretation is not uncommon. Finally, the case law of the EFTA Court of Justice also contains some comparative analyses of EU law, as can be seen in Case E-07/13 Creditinfo Lánstraust[4], which compares the conditions for the re-use of public sector information with those of the US Freedom of Information Act of 1966. An independent surveillance authority between the EFTA States, the EFTA Surveillance Authority, is hereby established. The hearing before the court shall be public, unless the Court decides otherwise, face-to-face or at the request of the parties, for serious reasons. The EFTA Court of Justice has jurisdiction to deliver opinions on the interpretation of the EEA Agreement. Where such a question is raised before a court of an EFTA State, that court may, where it considers it necessary to enable it to give a ruling, request such an opinion from the EFTA Court of Justice.

An EFTA State may, in its national legislation, restrict the right to obtain such an opinion to courts whose decisions have not been the subject of a judicial review under national law. CONSIDERING FURTHER that, in accordance with Article 108(2) of the EEA Agreement, the EFTA States are to establish a Court of Justice of the EFTA States and, by way of preliminary ruling, the President may, exceptionally, decide, at the request of the national court, to apply an expedited procedure derogating from the Rules of Procedure. Like accelerated cases with direct appeals, the accelerated preliminary ruling procedure ensures that the case is primacy so that the judgment of the Court can be delivered as soon as possible to the national referring court in the best interests of justice. Before taking office, each judge in an open court shall take an oath to perform his or her duties impartially and conscientiously and to keep the deliberations of the Court secret. In accordance with Article 108(2) of the EEA Agreement of 2 May 1992[1], the EFTA States participating in the EEA Agreement are to establish a Court of Justice. . . .

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