House of Commons challenges compliance of Common European Sales Law with EU subsidiarity principle

The House of Commons has submitted a formal reasoned opinion to the European Parliament, Council and Commission that it does not consider that the EU proposal to introduce a Common European Sales Law complies with the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality.

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