Article 16 concerning free movement of services in the Services Directive : At the centre of this paper stands Article 16 of the Services Directive. This provision is the crucial one in the Directive’s regulation of free movement of services. The paper seeks to assess the relation between the Directive’s Article 16 and the case law hitherto developed on the basis of primary law; the questions that the paper seeks to answer are: Does Article 16 codify the case law hereto; does Article 16 go beyond a codification; in the affirmative, in what respects; and if so, will Article 16 be successful?
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