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Lords raise concerns about lack of UK-EU dispute resolution mechanism post-Brexit

Sunday, 14th May 2018

"A House of Lords sub-committee has called on the UK government to propose an effective system for dispute resolution and enforcement in respect of both the proposed EU withdrawal agreement and the future UK-EU relationship.

In its report published today, Dispute resolution and enforcement after BrexittheEU Justice Sub-Committee states that without judicial oversight any “intractable” disagreements with the EU will be “potentially insoluble”, and individuals and businesses would also be unable to protect and enforce their rights."

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Web-link: http://www.scottishlegal.com/article/lords-raise-concerns-about-lack-of-uk-eu-di...
Language: English


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