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Event Name Authority List

The Event authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing the events that are part of the legal decision making process. It was created in order to harmonize and to trace historically the various events triggered by an agent within the procedures and associated to a resource type. The various sources of information were extracted from Pegase and Prelex. The Event AT is part of the core metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It is also used by EUR-Lex.

Currency Name Authority List

"The Currencies name authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing currencies with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available). The list is based on the ISO standard ISO 4217. This NAL is maintained by the Publications Office of the EU in its Metadata Registry (MDR)."

Country Name Authority List

"This country codes authority table is intended to provide a code related to the names of the countries – in a short and in a long form – in the 24 official languages of the European Union.These codes are used for the documentary metadata and may present slight differences with those used for the production of documents at a stylistic level.

Languages Name Authority List

"The Languages name authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing languages with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available).

The language code table is based on ISO 639 standard which is issued in several parts:

Multilingual Name Authority List

"The multilingual authority table is a controlled vocabulary based on the language authority table. It contains language combinations used for catalogue purposes. The EU publications use two-character codes, the first two positions of the three-character authority code.

The codes are alphanumeric in order to not confuse with ISO codes that are strictly alphabetic."

Resource types Name Authority List

"The Resource types named authority list (NAL) or Common Authority Table (CAT) is a controlled vocabulary listing resource or document types with their authority code and label(s) in the 24 official languages of the EU (when available).

Legal proceedings Name Authority List

"This table presents concepts relating to different legal remedies available to an applicant before the EU Courts (Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal) (Articles 260, 263, 268 and 270 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union).
This table presents concepts relating to different legal remedies available to an applicant before the EU Courts (Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal) (Articles 260, 263, 268 and 270 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union).

Treaties Name Authority List

"The treaty authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the different EU treaties, including treaties and protocols, accession treaties, Schengen Convention and Charter of Fundamental Rights. It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages.

Legal proceedings results Name Authority List

"This table presents concepts relating to the results of a case or procedure following the delivery of the decision. They are to be used together with the table of proceedings.

More detailed information can be consulted in the Rules of Procedure of these courts, available on the website of the Court of Justice of the European Union:

Formation of the Court Name Authority List

"This authority table is a controlled vocabulary showing the composition of the courts of the European Union according to the case they are seized with (Articles 251, 254 and 257 of the Treaty on Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages. The concepts are used for the production of reports of cases before the Court and to publish case-law on the EUR-Lex site.

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