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Title: EFTA Court Could Answer Post-Brexit Judicial Quandry
Author: Wright, Georgina
Publisher: Chatham House, 2018
Series/Date: Expert Comment 31.01.18
Source Origin: Professional/public/political organisation, Think Tank
Source Type: Blog/Journal/Series
Notes: The author suggested that ‘docking’ with the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Court as a dispute resolution body would have advantages for both the United Kingdom and the European Union after the UK leaves the EU.
Source URL: https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/efta-court-could-answer-post-brexit-judicial-quandry
Homepage URL: http://www.chathamhouse.org
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Keywords: Brexit Debate - United Kingdom and the European Union - Referendum, 23 June 2016 - Challenges - After the referendum - The results / result - Post-Brexit - Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice - National sovereignty - Direct / Indirect jurisdiction - Dispute settlement tribunal - Dispute resolution mechanism - Lugano Convention - EFTA Court - Enforcement and dispute resolution - European Economic Area | EEA
Subjects:  18.5.b - European Economic Area (EEA) / European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
 19.5 - Legal systems and traditions
Geographic Indicators:  Europe
 European Union
 United Kingdom: External
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The EFTA Court fulfils the judicial function within the EFTA system, interpreting the Agreement on the European Economic Area with regard to the EFTA States party to the Agreement. At present those EFTA States are Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
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