The pursuit of greater prudent convergence is beneficial for both EU supervisors and financial market participants. One of the instruments available to achieve this is the transfer of tasks and competences from one national competent authority (CBA) to another or to ESMA. Key concepts: deficient contract, constraint, genuine contract, lease agreement, legal and commercial capacity, legal consequences, misrepresentation, pretence, obligation, unacceptable influence, unenforceable contract, valid contract, contract not applicable, contract subject to such delegation The objective of this delegation is to reduce duplication of supervisory missions, encourage cooperation, streamline the monitoring process and reduce the burden on financial market participants. After being informed of a proposed delegation agreement in accordance with point (v), ESMA shall have the possibility to issue an opinion thereon within one month (calculated in accordance with Regulation (EEC, Euratom) No 1182/71, in accordance with Article 28(4) of ESMA Regulation. Collocations: assigning copyright, avoiding a contract, being affected by a deficiency, being supported by a counterparty, a binding agreement, a change, a binding offer that must be implemented by the courts, terminating the contract Once concluded, delegation agreements will be published on ESMA`s website to ensure that all parties involved are duly informed. Collocations: a form of business organization, possibility of growth/expansion, (a) limited control of business, (non) limited personal liability, association of people/capital, a voluntary agreement of partners, an artificial person, start a business, profit profit/loss, make losses/losses, share profits/losses, use capital/work/skills/combine, manage business, be responsible for something to someone 2. Explain the difference between treaties and agreements 6. Describe shortly the relations between the Republic of Croatia and the United Nations (member of Croatia) International Court of Justice, Secretariat, Economic and Social Council) 4. Explanation of the composition of the Court of Justice of the European Union – ECJ (formerly ECJ) and its functions: definition and non-definition of words: nominative, contemporary and past, completion of legal decisions control of vocabulary, relative sentences: define and not define, oral and written practice Colloquia: do something, follow the procedure, act outside (defined) limits, act beyond powers, obtain an appeal, challenge/challenge an administrative act, request measures, annul a decision, be hit by something, commit an offence, means to guarantee something, an administrative act = an administrative act, the validity of an administrative act 3.
Define the principles of the primacy (or primacy) of EU law and direct effect Key terms: death penalty/death penalty, execution, abolitionist, Detention, homicide rate, convicted/released murderer, life imprisonment, life sentence, prevention/prevention, deterrence/deterrence, reform, rehabilitation, research, thanks Keywords: delegated legislation, authority, ultra vires, judicial control, legislative authority, direct challenge, security challenge, enforcement procedure, declaration or register (free and taking only a few minutes) to participate in this issue. Limited powers, ultar vires (beyond powers), judicial review, direct challenge, challenge in ancillary proceedings Vocabulary examination, vocal practice and vocabulary, modal referral (may, may) 2. Explanation of the concepts of delegated and sub-delegated legislation Key concepts: assisted suicide, active euthanasia, passive euthanasia, voluntary euthanasia, voluntary euthanasia 1. . . .