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Principles of providing gambling services in European Union law


Barwaśny, Dariusz

Subject and Keywords:

gambling   providing services   overriding reasons in the public interest   nondiscrimination   margin of appreciation   European Union law


The paper presents principles of providing gambling services in European Union law. This article is based not only on a legal perspective, but also shows external factors that make the present subject so attractive. Ethic, religious aspects and a strong economic background of this topic seem to have impact on legal regulations. European Union law does not contain a particular „gambling act”, thus the Court of Justice of the European Union functions de facto as a lawmaker. A quite significant number of judgements in this area allows to decode some common rules on the basis of which the Member States are entitled to limit an organization of this type of entertainment. Fundamentals for this competence are established by the doctrine of overriding reasons in the public interest, restricted, however, by the requirements of nondiscrimination, proportionality and cohesion of restrictions. The elements mentioned before result in a fact that the CJEU’s decision–making presents a few special features, concerning inter alia a wide margin of appreciation and evidentiary issues.

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E-Wydawnictwo. Prawnicza i Ekonomiczna Biblioteka Cyfrowa. Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego


Kornobis-Romanowska, Dagmara. Red.   Górnicki, Leonard. Red.

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ISSN 2299-8322


pol   eng

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Folia Iuridica Universitatis Wratislaviensis

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Copyright by Dariusz Barwaśny

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Library of the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics

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WR U/PAdjm   TK