direct applicability


Definitions of direct applicability


a principle of EU law under which all EU regulations automatically become part of the national law of EU member states and do not require any implementing legislation

Direct applicability is now taken to mean that regulations require no domestic implementation.


the fact of being able to put an idea, theory, results of a study, or someone's work etc to practical use

Many of the takeaways from this book have direct applicability to West Virginia and the state's efforts to recharge its economic competitiveness.