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European Communities (Amendment) Act 1986
Act of Parliament
Long title An Act to amend the European Communities Act 1972 so as to include in the definition of “the Treaties” and “the Community Treaties” certain provisions of the single European Act signed at Luxembourg and The Hague on 17th and 28th February 1986 and extend certain provisions relating to the European Court to any court attached thereto; and to amend references to the Assembly of the European Communities and approve the Single European Act.
Citation 1986 c. 58
Territorial extent United Kingdom
(England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland)
Indirectly also affects (not part of the territorial extent):
The Isle of Man
[The Bailiwick of] Jersey
The Bailiwick of Guernsey
Royal assent 7 November 1986
Other legislation
Amends European Communities Act 1972
Status: Current legislation
Text of statute as originally enacted

The European Communities (Amendment) Act 1986 (c. 58) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which saw the first amendment to the European Communities Act 1972 since the UK first joined the European Communities thirteen years earlier to include the provisions that was agreed in the Single European Act which was signed on the 17 and 28 February 1986 and be incorporated into the domestic law of the United Kingdom It was given Royal assent on 7 November 1986.

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