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Lay-out[edit]

Regulation (EC) No 3295/94
European Union regulation
Title Regulation laying down measures to prohibit the release for free circulation, export, re-export or entry for a suspensive procedure of counterfeit and pirated goods
Made by European Council
Made under Art. 113
Journal reference L341, 1994-12-30, pp. 8–13
History
Date made 1994-12-22
Came into force 1995-01-02
Applies from 1995-07-01
Preparative texts
Commission proposal C238, 1993-09-02, p. 9
EESC opinion C52, 1994-02-19, p. 37
EP opinion C61, 1994-02-28
Reports  
Other legislation
Replaces Regulation (EEC) No 3842/86
Amends Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92
Amended by
Replaced by EU Customs Regulation 1383/2003
Repealed
European Union European Union regulation:
Regulation (EC) No 3295/94

Regulation laying down measures to prohibit the release for free circulation, export, re-export or entry for a suspensive procedure of counterfeit and pirated goods

Made by European Council
Made under Art. 113
Journal reference L341, 1994-12-30, pp. 8–13
History
Made 1994-12-22
Came into force 1995-01-02
Preparative texts
Commission proposal C238, 1993-09-02, p. 9
EESC opinion C52, 1994-02-19, p. 37
EP opinion C61, 1994-02-28
Reports  
Other legislation
Replaces Regulation (EEC) No 3842/86
Amends Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92
Amended by
Replaced by EU Customs Regulation 1383/2003
Status: Repealed

Above: current template version, below: "large-type" version. I personally do like the large-type version, but that may be a matter of taste... Fentener van Vlissingen (talk) 01:52, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

Add links to the status of the legislation[edit]

It might not be the case that people understand what 'recast' and 'repealed' means in the case of EU legislation, should we make these status indicators links to relevant Wikipedia articles? --Martsniez (talk) 09:08, 3 June 2015 (UTC)

Implementation date[edit]

Shouldn't it be Transposition date instead? Doblecaña (talk) 15:04, 26 November 2015 (UTC)

Eur-Lex reference[edit]

I suggest that an Eur-lex reference is added and recommended. The link to OJ is far less useful than a link to the normal Eur-Lex page. The latter gives the user easy access both to the different national versions of the legislation, as well as links to implementing acts, judgements etc. Compare e.g. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=celex%3A31994R3295 (OJ, without context) to http://eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg/1994/3295/oj (with context). In my experience, editors typically add OJ links without any context, when using this template. I guess it is easiest to add, rather than to replace, the Eur-LEX reference. (Another possible addition would be to the European Parliament's page for this legal instrument, but that is accessible from eur-lex, see e.g. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/popups/ficheprocedure.do?lang=en&reference=1993/1024(CNS) ) Burlefot (talk) 19:00, 14 March 2017 (UTC)