Web-Companion Essential EU Law in Text: Suggested solutions to the exercises

Please find hereinafter the suggested solutions to the 64 exercises contained in the book "Tobler/Beglinger, Essential EU Law in Text, 5th edition, HVG-ORAC 2020, ISBN 978-963-258-490-4".  To give you an idea how the exercises in the book are phrased, they have been added for the first three instances. Any comments or feedback are welcome.

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Free movement of persons and services – Exercise 3

Page: 81 Chapter: Part 2, B. III. 7. 3.

Suggested solution:

Directive 2005/36/EC regulates the mutual recognition of diplomas for regulated professions. Mr Manninen’s case is an establishment case (long-term economic activity in another Member State), which means that Arts. 10 et seq. of the Directive are relevant. The exercise invites the reader to study these provisions and to reflect on their meaning in a case like that of Mr. Manninen. If Mr. Manninen is a regulated profession, he should be able to obtain a certificate in Finland, which will then have to be recognised in Austria. Accordingly, EU law should indeed be of use to Mr. Manninen.

[Relevant Charts: Chapter 8, in particular Chart 8/54]



Published: 13 July 2020