Obligations arising from the cooperation agreement between the European Community and its Member States, on the one hand, and the Swiss Confederation, on the other hand, with regard to the fight against fraud and any other illegal activity affecting their financial interests (11) If the Government were to decide to extend the transitional period, what should be done to bring it into line with British law? Would another act of Parliament be required? Not necessarily. But when it comes to the law, the context is everything. For example, in the case of Christchurch Borough Council  EWHC 2126 (administrator), the Henry VIII clause did not explicitly contain the possibility of retroactive action (changes to facts already made in the past). 6. The border between the Eastern Sovereign Base Area and the territories of the Republic of Cyprus in which the Government of the Republic of Cyprus does not exercise effective control is treated, during the suspension of the application of the acquis in accordance with Article 1 of Protocol 10, as part of the external borders of the basic sovereign territories covered by this article. This limit can only be crossed at the Strovilia and Pergamos crossing points. With prior agreement and cooperation with the United Kingdom authorities, the Republic of Cyprus can take further measures to combat illegal immigration against people who have crossed the border. 2. If the EU and the United Kingdom fail to reach an agreement, within forty-five days from the date of notification, to determine whether the notified measure brings the respondent into compliance with the provisions of this agreement, each party may request in writing the original arbitration panel to rule on the matter.
This request is communicated simultaneously to the other party. The arbitration panel`s decision is notified to the EU and the United Kingdom and to the Joint Committee within 75 days of filing the application. 2. During the period covered by paragraph 1, paragraph b), and its possible one-year extension in accordance with paragraph (c) of this paragraph, all rights under this part are considered, under the conditions and conditions of Article 20, to be those of EU citizens or UK nationals, their respective family members and other residents in the host state. In order to facilitate the most efficient transfer of these equipment, the United Kingdom and the Community are taking the necessary legal steps to free the Community from its obligations and commitments arising from the agreement reached on 25 March 1994 with British Nuclear Fuels PLC (now Sellafield Ltd). The United Kingdom ensures that all specific obligations arising from Community agreements with third countries or international organisations concerning nuclear equipment, nuclear materials or other nuclear elements present in the United Kingdom at the end of the transition period are fulfilled, or to conclude, by other means, appropriate arrangements in agreement with the third country or an international organisation concerned. NOTE that while EU law will apply to the Uk and the United Kingdom during the transition period, it will be important for the United Kingdom to take steps to prepare and implement new international agreements, including in areas within the EU`s exclusive jurisdiction. if these agreements do not come into force or apply during this period, unless the EU has approved, 1.