p. 1557. Freedom of establishment and freedom to provide and receive services
- Matthew J. HomewoodMatthew J. HomewoodDeputy Dean and Associate Professor, Nottingham Law School
- and Clare SmithClare SmithSenior Lecturer, Nottingham Law School
This chapter focuses upon Article 49 TFEU and the Freedom of establishment and Article 56 TFEU and the freedom to provide services. The chapter explores the meaning and scope of the concepts including application to both natural and legal persons alongside an analysis of the content of rights afforded and the equal treatment provisions therein. Consideration is also given to derogations to the freedoms on the grounds of public policy, public security, and public health (Articles 52 and 62 TFEU) and the official authority exception within Articles 51 and 62 TFEU.