At the moment this note is written, it is unclear whether there will be another vote in the House of Commons concerning Theresa May’s deal with the EU-27 at all (see here for the latest developments). Already on 18 January 2019, the European Commission recognized that “[i]n view of the uncertainties surrounding the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement, all interested parties are reminded of legal repercussions which need to be considered when the United Kingdom becomes a third country”. In order to clarify matters, the Commission has published a so-called Preparedness Notice which is meant to give guidance to stakeholders with regard to the implications of a no-deal Brexit in the field of judicial cooperation and private international law. The full text of this notice is available here.
https://conflictoflaws.net/News/2020/08/CoL_Banner-1.png 0 0 Jan von Hein https://conflictoflaws.net/News/2020/08/CoL_Banner-1.png Jan von Hein2019-03-18 18:35:052019-03-18 18:35:05Preparing for Brexit