The new comment, article by article, examines the importance of the legal practice agreement. It contains the full annexes and protocols of the agreement, which frees up important secondary laws from the EEA and establishes links with EU legislation. The current state of EEA law in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein is summarized by legislation and jurisprudence. The commentary focuses on EEA rules on the free movement of goods, movement of people, services, capital, transport policy and competition law. In addition, the commentary examines in detail the responsibilities and procedures of the European Supervisory Authority and the EFTA Court of Justice, as well as the complementary agreement between Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. The provisions of the European Economic Area (EEA) agreement determine the relationship between EFTA countries, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, with the EU and its Member States. On this basis, these three countries participate fully in the internal market. The EEA is also being discussed as a possible model for EU-UK relations after Brexit. It contains the full annexes and protocols of the agreement, which frees up important secondary laws from the EEA and establishes links with EU legislation. The current state of EEA law in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein is summarized by legislation and jurisprudence.

The presentations focus on commentary on EEA regulations on the free movement of goods, people, services and capital, transport policy and competition law. The tasks and procedures of the EEA`s two supervisory bodies, the European Supervisory Authority and the EFTA jurisdiction, which are used for monitoring and resolving disputes, are explained by comments on the EEA regulations and the additional agreement between Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. , Iceland and Liechtenstein and the impact of EEA law in the EU – Important references to international agreements annexed to the EEA – A comprehensive analysis of the evolution of the legal environment, including the Lisbon Treaty and other European treaties. In addition, the commentary contains information on the current state of EEA law in light of the case law of the EFTA Court of Justice and the legislation and jurisprudence of the three countries, namely Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. If necessary, the appendices and protocols, which are not easily accessible, as well as the endorsements, are printed to facilitate use. The presentations focus on commentary on EEA regulations on the free movement of goods, people, services and capital, transport policy and competition law. The tasks and procedures of the EEA`s two supervisory bodies, the European Supervisory Authority and the EFTA Court of Justice, which are used for monitoring and resolving disputes, are explained by comments on the EEA regulations and the complementary agreement between Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.