ReNEUAL Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedure

 
 
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The Research Network on EU Administrative Law (ReNEUAL) was established in 2009 and now comprises well over one hundred scholars and practitioners active in the field of EU and comparative public law. The aim of the network is to contribute to the development of a legal framework in which the constitutional values of the EU can be embedded in the exercise of public authority. Drafted by four working groups addressing the main aspects of EU administrative procedure, the ReNEUAL Model Rules offer a toolkit for European and domestic authorities seeking to regulate administrative action, reinforcing general principles of EU law and identifying, on the basis of comparative research, best practices in different specific policies of the EU. The book includes an extended introduction chapter, followed by the Model Rules, which are organised into six parts. Part I addresses general issues concerning the scope of the Model Rules and their relation to existing rules in EU legislation and Member State law; Part II is concerned with rulemaking by EU institutions, bodies, offices, and agencies; Part III focuses on single case decision-making by EU institutions, bodies, offices, and agencies; Part IV addresses contracts of EU institutions, bodies, offices, and agencies; Part V discusses mutual assistance between administrations; and Part VI addresses inter-administrative information management.
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Paul Craig is Professor of English Law at St John's College. He is a series editor of Oxford Studies of European Law and has published widely on EU law. Herwig Hofmann is Professor of European and Transnational Public Law at the University of Luxembourg. He is a co-author of Administrative Law and Policy of the European Union (OUP, 2011). Jens-Peter Schneider is the Legal Advisor of the Rector Chair for Public Law at the University of Freiburg and a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School. Jacques Ziller is Professor of European Union Law at the University of Pavia. He is co-author of The European Constitution: Cases and Materials in EU and Member States' Law (Edward Elgar, 2007).
  • Cover
  • Reneual Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedure
  • Copyright
  • Foreword by the European Ombudsman
  • Joint Statement of the European Law Institute (ELI) and the Research Network on EU Administrative Law (ReNEUAL)
  • Editorial Note and Acknowledgements
  • Contents
  • Table of Cases
  • European Court of Justice
  • Table of Legislation
  • Austria
  • European Union
  • Table of Treaties and Conventions
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Members of the Drafting Teams
  • Administrative Procedure Acts: History, Features, and Reception
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Historical Perspective
  • (a) Introduction
  • (b) Spain
  • (c) Germany
  • (d) Italy
  • (e) Poland
  • (f) France
  • 3. Defining Features
  • (a) Introduction
  • (b) Spain
  • (c) Germany
  • (d) Italy
  • (e) Poland
  • (f) France
  • 4. Reception of Codes by the Public and Administrators
  • (a) Introduction
  • (b) Spain
  • (c) Germany
  • (d) Italy
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Book I-General Provisions
  • A. Introduction to the ReNEUAL Model Rules
  • Executive Summary of the Introduction
  • I. Background and mission of the ReNEUAL project: EU administrative procedures and constitutional principles
  • II. Law of administrative procedure in the EU-characteristics and challenges
  • III. Models for the codification of EU Law on administrative procedure
  • IV. Legal bases for EU codification
  • V. The six Books of the ReNEUAL Model Rules on EU Administrative Procedures
  • VI. The approach
  • B. Model Rules
  • Preamble
  • I-1 Scope of application
  • I-2 Relation to specific procedural rules of the European Union
  • I-3 Relation to Member State law
  • I-4 Definitions
  • C. Explanations
  • Preamble
  • I-1 Scope of application
  • I-2 Relation to specific procedural rules of the European Union
  • I-3 Relation to Member State law
  • I-4 Definitions
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Paragraph 5
  • Paragraph 6
  • Paragraph 7
  • Book II-Administrative Rulemaking
  • A. Introduction to Book II
  • B. Model Rules
  • II-1 Scope of Application
  • II-2 Initiative
  • II-3 Preparation of the Draft Act
  • II-4 Consultation and Participation
  • II-5 Reasoned Report
  • II-6 Expedited Procedures
  • C. Explanations
  • II-1 Scope of Application
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Further considerations
  • II-2 Initiative
  • II-3 Preparation of the Draft Act
  • II-4 Consultation and Participation
  • II-5 Reasoned Report
  • II-6 Expedited Procedures
  • Book III-Single-Case Decision-Making
  • A. Introduction to Book III
  • B. Model Rules
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • III-1 Scope of application
  • III-2 Definitions
  • Chapter 2: Initiation and Management of Procedure
  • III-3 General duty of fair decision-making and impartiality
  • III-4 Online information on existing procedures
  • III-5 Initiation
  • III-6 Special rules on application procedures
  • III-7 Responsible official
  • III-8 Management of procedures and procedural rights
  • III-9 Time-limits for concluding procedures
  • Chapter 3: Gathering of Information
  • Section 1: General Rules
  • III-10 Principle of investigation
  • III-11 Investigation by request
  • III-12 Investigation by mandatory decision
  • III-13 Duties to cooperate of parties
  • III-14 Privilege against self-incrimination and legal professional privilege
  • III-15 Witnesses and experts
  • Section 2: Inspections
  • III-16 Inspection powers of public authorities
  • III-17 Duties of inspecting officials
  • III-18 Duties of sincere cooperation during inspections by EU authorities
  • III-19 Participation of EU authorities in Member State inspections
  • III-20 Joint inspections of Member State authorities
  • III-21 Relation to Book V
  • Chapter 4: Right to a Hearing and Inter-Administrative Consultations
  • Section 1: Access to the File
  • III-22 Access to the file
  • Section 2: Hearing, Participation and Consultation
  • III-23 Right to be heard by persons adversely affected
  • III-24 Right to be heard in composite procedures
  • III-25 Consultation of the interested public
  • III-26 Consultation with Member States
  • III-27 Consultation with EU authorities
  • Chapter 5: Conclusion of the Procedure
  • III-28 Duty to specify the decision
  • III-29 Duty to give reasons
  • III-30 Duty to indicate available remedies
  • III-31 Formal and language requirements
  • III-32 Decisions in electronic form
  • III-33 Notification of a decision
  • III-34 Correction of obvious inaccuracies in a decision
  • Chapter 6: Rectification and Withdrawal of Decisions
  • III-35 Rectification and withdrawal of decisions that have an adverse effect
  • III-36 Rectification and withdrawal of decisions that are beneficial
  • C. Explanations
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • III-1 Scope of application
  • III-2 Definitions
  • Chapter 2 : Initiation and Management of Procedures
  • III-3 General duty of fair decision-making and impartiality
  • III-4 Online information on existing procedures
  • III-5 Initiation
  • III-6 Special rules on application procedures
  • III-7 Responsible official
  • III-8 Management of procedures and procedural rights
  • III-9 Time-limits for concluding procedures
  • Chapter 3: Gathering of Information
  • Section 1: General Rules
  • III-10 Principle of investigation
  • III-11 Investigation by request
  • III-12 Investigation by mandatory decision
  • III-13 Duties to cooperate of parties
  • III-14 Privilege against self-incrimination and legal professional privilege
  • III-15 Witnesses and experts
  • Section 2: Inspections
  • III-16 Inspection powers of public authorities
  • III-17 Duties of inspecting officials
  • III-18 Duties of sincere cooperation during inspections by EU authorities
  • III-19 Participation of EU authorities in Member State inspections
  • III-20 Joint inspections of Member State authorities
  • III-21 Relation to Book V
  • Chapter 4: Right to a Hearing and Inter-Administrative Consultations
  • Section 1: Access to the File
  • III-22 Access to the file
  • Section 2: Hearing, Participation and Consultation
  • III-23 Right to be heard by persons adversely affected
  • III-24 Right to be heard in composite procedures
  • III-25 Consultation of the interested public
  • III-26 Consultation with Member States
  • III-27 Consultation with EU authorities
  • Chapter 5: Conclusion of the Procedure
  • III-28 Duty to specify the decision
  • III-29 Duty to give reasons
  • III-30 Duty to indicate available remedies
  • III-31 Formal and language requirements
  • III-32 Decisions in electronic form
  • III-33 Notification of a decision
  • III-34 Correction of obvious inaccuracies in a decision
  • Chapter 6: Rectification and Withdrawal of Decisions
  • III-35 Rectification and withdrawal of decisions that have an adverse effect
  • III-36 Rectification and withdrawal of decisions that are beneficial
  • Book IV-Contracts
  • A. Introduction to Book IV
  • I. Problems of a Restatement of EU Law with Regard to Public Contracts
  • II. The Starting Point
  • III. The 'Life' of Public Contracts in a Nutshell
  • IV. Between Ambition and Self-Restraint: The Decision on the Scope of Book IV
  • V. EU Contracts Solely Governed by EU Law and EU Contracts Governed by the Law of a Member State
  • VI. Background on the Application of Member State Law
  • VII. Rules on Transactions, Settlements, and Mediation?
  • B. Model Rules
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • IV-1 Scope of application
  • IV-2 Definitions
  • IV-3 Determination of the law applicable to an EU contract
  • IV-4 Rules applicable to EU contracts solely governed by EU law
  • IV-5 Rules applicable to EU contracts governed by Member State law
  • Chapter 2: Procedures for the Conclusion of Contracts
  • Section 1: Preparation of General Terms of Contracts
  • IV-6 Procedure for drafting general terms of contract
  • Section 2: General Rules on Procedure
  • IV-7 Applicability of Book III
  • IV-8 Effects on judicial procedure
  • Section 3: Competitive Award Procedure
  • IV-9 Scope
  • IV-10 General principles
  • IV-11 Prior advertising
  • IV-12 Content of the advertisement and the contract documents
  • IV-13 Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure without prior advertisement
  • IV-14 Equal access for economic operators from all Member States
  • IV-15 Limit on the number of participants invited to submit a tender
  • IV-16 Equal treatment
  • IV-17 Contracts of low value
  • IV-18 Contract award decision
  • IV-19 Standstill period before signature of the contract
  • Chapter 3: Execution and Validity of EU Contracts
  • Section 1: General Provisions
  • IV-20 Representation of EU authorities and formal requirements for EU contracts
  • IV-21 Claims of the EU authority in the context of contracts
  • IV-22 Decisions of the EU authority on an extra-contractual basis
  • IV-23 Review by the European Ombudsman
  • IV-24 Arbitration clauses
  • IV-25 Exclusion of compensation
  • Section 2: EU Contracts Governed by EU Law
  • Subsection 1: Execution and Performance
  • IV-26 Good faith and fair dealing
  • IV-27 Contractual rules
  • Subsection 2: Change of Circumstances and Related Clauses
  • IV-28 Change of circumstances
  • IV-29 Termination to avoid grave harm to the common good
  • IV-30 Termination for non-performance
  • Subsection 3: Consequences of Illegality and Unfair Terms
  • IV-31 Termination due to an infringement of the provisions of Chapter 2
  • IV-32 Renegotiation due to an infringement of the specific obligations of EU authorities as public authorities
  • IV-33 Invalidity
  • IV-34 Unfair terms
  • Section 3: EU Contracts Governed by Member State Law
  • IV-35 Applicable law
  • IV-36 Contractual clauses for compliance with EU Law
  • Chapter 4: Subcontracts
  • IV-37 Admissibility and scope of subcontracts
  • IV-38 Choice of the law applicable to subcontracts
  • IV-39 Duties of the EU authorities towards subcontractors
  • C. Explanations
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • IV-1 Scope of application
  • Paragraph 1(a)
  • Paragraph 1(b)
  • Paragraph 1(c)
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • IV-2 Definitions
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 4
  • Paragraph 8
  • IV-3 Determination of the law applicable to an EU contract
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2(c)
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Paragraph 5
  • IV-4 Rules applicable to EU contracts solely governed by EU law
  • Chapter 2: Procedures for the Conclusion of Contracts
  • Section 1: Preparation of General Terms of Contract
  • IV-6 Procedure for drafting general terms of contract
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraphs 2 and 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Section 2: General Rules on Procedure
  • IV-7 Applicability of Book III
  • IV-8 Effects on judicial procedure
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Section 3: Competitive Award Procedure
  • IV-9 Scope
  • Paragraphs 1 and 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • IV-10 General principles
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • IV-11 Prior advertising
  • IV-12 Content of the advertisement and the contract documents
  • IV-13 Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure without prior advertisement
  • IV-14 Equal access for economic operators from all Member States
  • IV-15 Limit on the number of participants invited to submit a tender
  • IV-17 Contracts of low value
  • Paragraph 1
  • IV-18 Contract award decision
  • IV-19 Standstill period before signature of the contract
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 3
  • Chapter 3: Execution and Validity of EU Contracts
  • Section 1: General Provisions
  • IV-20 Representation of EU authorities and formal requirements of EU contracts
  • Paragraph 2
  • IV-21 Claims of the EU authority in the context of contracts
  • IV-22 Decisions of the EU authority with extra-contractual basis
  • IV-23 Review by the European Ombudsman
  • IV-24 Arbitration clauses
  • Background of the article
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • IV-25 Exclusion of compensation
  • Section 2: EU Contracts Governed by EU Law
  • Subsection 1: Execution and Performance
  • IV-27 Contractual rules
  • Subsection 2: Change of Circumstances and Related Clauses
  • IV-28 Change of circumstances
  • IV-29 Termination to avoid grave harm for the common good
  • IV-30 Termination for non-performance
  • Subsection 3: Consequences of Illegality and Unfair Terms
  • IV-31 Termination due to an infringement of the provisions of Chapter 2
  • IV-32 Renegotiation due to an infringement of the specific obligations of EU authorities as a public authority
  • IV-33 Invalidity
  • IV-34 Unfair terms
  • Section 3: EU Contracts Governed by Member State Law
  • IV-35 Applicable law
  • Paragraph 3
  • Chapter 4: Subcontracts
  • IV-37 Admissibility and scope of subcontracts
  • Paragraph 1
  • IV-38 Choice of the law applicable to subcontracts
  • IV-39 Duties of the EU authorities towards subcontractors
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraphs 2 and 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Book V-Mutual Assistance
  • A. Introduction to Book V
  • I. The Concept of Mutual Assistance in the ReNEUAL Model Rules
  • II. Scope of Book V
  • III. Justification for Covering Mutual Assistance in the ReNEUAL Model Rules
  • B. Model Rules
  • V-1 Scope of Application of Book V
  • V-2 General Concept of Mutual Assistance
  • V-3 Duties of the Requesting Authority
  • V-4 Duties of the Requested Authority
  • V-5 Right of a Person Concerned to be Informed
  • V-6 Allocation of Costs
  • C. Explanations
  • V-1 Scope and Application of Book V
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • V-2 General Concept of Mutual Assistance
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Paragraph 5
  • V-3 Duties of the Requesting Authority
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Paragraph 4
  • Paragraph 5
  • Paragraph 6
  • V-4 Duties of the Requested Authority
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraphs 3 and 4
  • V-5 Right of a Person Concerned to be Informed
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • V-6 Allocation of Costs
  • Book VI-Administrative Information Management
  • A. Introduction to Book VI
  • I. Scope of Application of Book VI and its Relation to Books II to V
  • II. Relation to General Data Protection Law and Freedom of Information Rights
  • III. Reasons for a Legal Framework for Composite Information Management Activities
  • IV. Types of Information Management Activities and Adequate Regulatory Standards
  • V. Rights, Obligations, and Organizational Structures
  • B. Model Rules
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • VI-1 Scope of application
  • VI-2 Definitions
  • VI-3 Need for a basic act
  • VI-4 Evaluation of information management activities
  • VI-5 Duties of sincere cooperation with regard to information systems
  • VI-6 Competent authorities
  • VI-7 Contact points
  • VI-8 Management authorities for IT systems
  • VI-9 Principle of transparent information management
  • VI-10 Principle of data quality
  • Chapter 2: Structured Information Mechanisms
  • VI-11 Standards for structured information mechanisms
  • Chapter 3: Duties to Inform Other Public Authorities Without Prior Request and Databases
  • Section 1: General Standards for Duties to Inform and Databases
  • VI-12 General standards for duties to inform
  • VI-13 General standards for databases
  • VI-14 Verification
  • Section 2: Management of Information
  • Subsection 1: Access to Data and Information
  • VI-15 Information and access for persons concerned
  • VI-16 Access for competent authorities
  • VI-17 Access management rules in information systems
  • Subsection 2: Alteration and Deletion of Data and Information
  • VI-18 Competences to alter and delete data
  • VI-19 Obligations to update, correct or delete data
  • Subsection 3: Use of Data and Information
  • VI-20 Duty to use information in activities and to consult databases
  • VI-21 Duty to independently assess information provided through
  • VI-22 Duty to take specific action as a result of information
  • VI-23 Exemption clause
  • VI-24 Restrictions on the use of data and information
  • Subsection 4: Data Protection and Information Security
  • VI-25 General data protection duties
  • VI-26 Storage, blocking and deletion of data exchanged under a duty to inform
  • VI-27 Storage, blocking and deletion of data beyond procedures associated with a duty to inform
  • VI-28 Confidentiality
  • VI-29 Security standards for IT systems
  • Chapter 4: Supervision and Dispute Resolution
  • Section 1: General Supervision and Dispute Resolution
  • VI-30 Establishment of a Supervisory Authority
  • VI-31 Mediation procedure between participating authorities
  • VI-32 Binding inter-administrative decisions
  • VI-33 Power to grant access to data and to alter or delete data
  • Section 2: Data Protection Supervision of Databases
  • VI-34 Internal supervision by data protection officers
  • VI-35 Cooperative external data protection supervision of databases
  • VI-36 External supervision by the European Data Protection Supervisor
  • VI-37 External data protection supervision by National Supervisory Authorities
  • VI-38 Cooperation between National Supervisory Authorities and the European Data Protection Supervisor
  • VI-39 Data protection supervision of databases by the European Data Protection Board
  • Chapter 5: Remedies and Liability
  • VI-40 Right to compensation in relation to composite information management activities
  • VI-41 Penalties for unlawful data processing
  • C. Explanations
  • Chapter 1: General Provisions
  • VI-1 Scope of application
  • VI-2 Definitions
  • VI-3 Need for a basic act
  • VI-4 Evaluation of information management activities
  • VI-5 Duties of sincere cooperation with regard to information systems
  • VI-6 Competent authorities
  • VI-7 Contact points
  • VI-8 Management authorities for IT systems
  • VI-6 Competent authorities
  • VI-7 Contact points
  • VI-8 Management authorities for IT systems
  • VI-9 Principle of transparent information management
  • VI-10 Principle of data quality
  • Chapter 2: Structured Information Mechanisms
  • VI-11 Standards for structured information mechanisms
  • Paragraph 1
  • Paragraph 2
  • Paragraph 3
  • Chapter 3: Duties to Inform Other Public Authorities Without Prior Request and Databases
  • Section 1: General Standards for Duties to Inform and Databases
  • VI-12 General standards for duties to inform
  • VI-13 General standards for databases
  • VI-14 Verification
  • Section 2: Management of Information
  • Subsection 1: Access to Data and Information
  • VI-15 Information to and access for persons concerned
  • VI-16 Access for competent authorities
  • VI-17 Access management rules in information systems
  • Subsection 2: Alteration and Deletion of Data and Information
  • Subsection 3: Use of Data and Information
  • Subsection 4: Data Protection and Information Security
  • Chapter 4: Supervision and Dispute Resolution
  • Section 1: General Supervision and Dispute Resolution
  • Section 2: Data Protection Supervision of Databases
  • Option One: cooperative supervision under Articles VI-36 to VI-38
  • Option Two: integrated supervision under Article VI-39
  • Chapter 5: Remedies and Liability
  • VI-40 Right to compensation in relation to composite information management activities
  • VI-41 Penalties for unlawful data processing
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