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In the UK, this can be achieved by statutory instrument or by passing an Act. Usually, a time limit for implementation of the law is imposed by the Directive. The Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulation 1993 came into force on 1 January 1994, making effective a 1986 Directive. The Regulations unify relationships of commercial agents with their principals and they offer greater protection to agents within the European Union. The Trade Mark Act 1993 was made law on 31 October 1994, making effective a 1989 Directive which harmonises trade mark law within the Union.
Section 3(1) of the 1972 Act provides that questions as to the validity, meaning or effect of Community law shall be determined in the courts of the UK in accordance with the principles laid down by the European Court. Further, the courts can request an interpretation of a European law from the European Court of Justice. Decisions from the European Court must be accepted. Regarding the effect on binding precedent, in the event of a conflict between domestic law and the European law, the latter prevails.
The court found in his favour stating that he did not intend to assist the enemy but only intended to avoid the concentration camp. In Hyam v DPP (1974), the court found that the defendant only intended to make a threat by putting a blazing newspaper through the letterbox of a house in the middle of the night. As a consequence, the house was burnt and two children were killed. The House of Lords held that Hyam was guilty of murder since she knew that it was highly likely that her act would cause at least serious bodily harm.