JR appeal to the EU?

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  1. skybluetony176

    skybluetony176 Well-Known Member

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    It won't. It absorbs all existing EU law. The laws will be reviewed and over the years some will be repealed. In the meantime we are still full members of the EU. The repeal may take years to pass - if it gets passed at all.
     
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    How can you demean the status of this huge event.
    The Great repeal!!B-)
     
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    skybluetony176 Well-Known Member

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    It absorbs the law but does it take away the rights and roll of the European court? In other words once the British courts appeal system has been exhausted the next step would be the European courts (something SISU have already mentioned) but if they no longer have any jurisdiction in the UK there would be no point. In other words have SISU just lost a route to continue the appeals?
     
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    not yet..... nothing has happened...
     
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    Will be years before anything happens to block that route.
    But SISU are not going to win any court battle are they.
     
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    skybluetony176 Well-Known Member

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    Can't see it myself. It would be nice if the finishing line was brought forward though.
     
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    Any court case will be based on the law at the time of the alleged incident. I would be surprised if, even if we've left Europe by then, cases referring to incidents when we were members weren't still held in the European Court.
     
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    skybluetony176 Well-Known Member

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    What would be the point? They'd have no jurisdiction anymore in the UK.
     

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