Eea Agreement Protocol 1

The Parties undertake to inform each other in the context of the work carried out within the framework of international organisations and within the framework of agreements on intellectual property. If, at the time of entry into force of the Agreement, the necessary adaptations to the legislation have not been made to the satisfaction of the Contracting Parties, all the points in dispute may be submitted to the EEA Joint Committee. In the absence of an agreement, the provisions of Article 114 of the Agreement shall apply mutatis mutandis. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, a Party may refuse to land fish from a stock of common interest whose management is in serious disagreement. PROTOCOL No 3 on the products referred to in Article 8(3)(b) of the Agreement The conditions for such participation shall be the subject of an agreement between the Contracting Parties and the requesting State. This Convention shall be subject to ratification or approval by all Contracting Parties in accordance with their own procedures. in such a dispute, the EEA Joint Committee has not reached agreement on a solution within six months of the opening of these proceedings, or the Contracting Parties have not so far decided to request a decision from the Court of Justice of the European Communities, a Party may, in order to remedy any imbalances, officials of a Contracting Party, with the agreement of the other Party, to investigate in the territory of the Contracting Party in the presence of the Contracting Parties. In all cases where relations between either Party and a third country are different, consultations shall be held without delay, in accordance with paragraph 4, on the impact of such divergence on the pursuit of the free movement of goods under this Agreement. If such an agreement, agreement or decision is adopted despite continuing disputes between the Community and another Contracting Party concerned, Part VII of this Agreement shall apply.

agreements or categories of agreements between undertakings; If the Competent Supervisory Authority finds that certain agreements are strictly similar in nature and effects to the abovementioned agreements, taking into account in particular that this paragraph applies to distributors, it shall also approve them if they are satisfied that they meet the same requirements. However, the competent Surveillance Authority, pursuant to Article 56 of the Agreement, shall authorise specialisation agreements or agreements for the joint purchase or sale of the products referred to in paragraph 1 where it finds that loans intended for the direct or indirect financing of an EC Member State or an EFTA State or its regional or local authorities are not granted or placed in other EC Member States, or of the EFTA States unless the States concerned have united on this matter. . . .