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Principiul securității juridice poate chiar presupune că există așteptări legitime că o nouă lege va fi adoptată

The principle of legal certainty may even imply that applicants have legitimate expectations that new law will come into force. In Centro Europa 7 v Italy, the Court observed that the applicant, having been granted a licence to operate in the television-broadcasting sector but having been waiting for implementing measures, had been frustrated in performing that activity due to the failure by the state „to comply with its positive obligation to put in place an appropriate legislative and administrative framework” (para 156)

Patricia Popelier
(Legal Certainty and the European Courts: Accessibility and Legitimate Expectations as Standards of Reasonableness în The shifting meaning of legal certainty in comparative and transnational law, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017, la p. 42)

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