Valstybių narių atsakomybė už žalą pažeidus Europos Sąjungos teisę
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Subject matter of the dissertation – state liability in damages. This topic is relevant in both, scientific and practical approaches: theoretical and practical problems of application of state liability in damages are being analysed, the study also seeks to disclose, whether the right of individual to claim compensation from the state, which has infringed EU law, is not restricted. The first part analyses the concept of state liability in EU law, determines the relationship between state liability in damages and state liability to the European Union and direct effect of EU law. The second part is designated for the analysis of the relationship between state liability in damages and state responsibility for internationally wrongful acts and EU non-contractual liability. The third part deals with elements of the breach of EU law. In the fourth part the content of conditions for state liability in damages is being examined seeking to find out, whether these conditions for liability do not restrict the right of individual to claim compensation. The fifth part is related to the analysis of the principles of effectiveness and equivalence, which must be applied by national courts when dealing with the cases of state liability in damages, it is being distinguished, what national legal norms must not contradict these principles. The sixth part deals with application of state liability in damages in the national courts of France, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Lithuania, reveals, what Lithuanian courts should be competent to hear such cases, how conditions for liability, formulated by the Court, must be applied in Lithuanian courts, what national legal norms, which can not contradict the principles of effectiveness and equivalence, should be applied by Lithuanian courts when solving the cases of state liability in damages.