1. Who can estoppel be used against?
- Member States
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2. Can directives be horizontally directly applicable?
- No, but this creates an anomaly
- No, it makes better sense to not let them
- In the future, maybe
3. When can estoppel be used?
- After the directive becomes fully binding
- only in certain circumstances
- when the CJEU allow it
4. What is Monism?
- An EU institution
- International law applies without need for translation
- A type of legislation
- International law applies in one method
5. Which type of secondary legislation causes most problems with direct effect?