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The nearest EDC is at the London School of Economics Library (British Library of Political and Economic Science).
At IALS, the EU collection is kept on the third floor, with some additional material is in the Short Loan Collection on the fourth floor, or in the basement Reserve.
The UK normally uses statutory instruments to implement directives, although occasionally an act of Parliament is required.
Details of implementing legislation for each member state are given on EUR-Lex, Westlaw and Justis (but not on Lexis®Library).
The Coal and Steel Community was wound up in 2002 and the European Community ceased to exist in December 2009 when it was subsumed into the European Union under the Treaty of Lisbon. The EU has its own courts: the Court of Justice and the General Court (formerly 'Court of First Instance').
From 2004 until September 2016, it also had a third court, the Civil Service Tribunal, but this body has been dissolved and its jurisdiction has been transferred to the General Court.
It published cases concerning employees of EU institutions. The printed edition ceased publication with the 2009 volumes and the title became online-only.
Justis has OJ C documents from 1990 onwards; Lexis®Library has them back to 2000 (under 'EU Materials').
The EU's primary legislation consists of treaties concerning the structure and functions of the EU, plus the accession treaties admitting new member states.
However, it is possible to display the OJ CA - but not the other series - using filters at the top of the OJ page.
The OJ S (Supplement), which publishes public procurement notices, is available on Tenders Electronic Daily (TED).
Further information may be found in Paul Craig and Gráinne de Búrca, Both EUR-Lex and the Legislative Observatory list the completed or ongoing stages of the procedure, from the original Commission proposal up to the final adoption of the act.