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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Inquiry announced 6 December 2017
The Sub-Committee's new inquiry will consider enforcement and dispute resolution post-Brexit. It will examine whether there is a continuing role for the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). It will also assess the other options put forward by the Government in its Future Partnership Paper. The Sub-Committee will inquire into the ways in which the Government can deal with questions relating to EU law in the domestic courts post-Brexit and during any transitional period. And it will consider the most appropriate means of dispute resolution in respect of the proposed Withdrawal Agreement and subsequent partnership arrangements with the EU.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
The EU Justice Sub-Committee launches an inquiry into Brexit: enforcement and dispute resolution