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Harmonisation of law
also called "harmonization"

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  1. comes from the root word harmonise which under the OED means “make or form a pleasing or consistent whole”

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  2. In the case of harmonisation of law, the aim is to make a consistent whole of law

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  3. Harmonisation is synonymous with convergence of the law however harmonisation is usually associated via active pursuit through enacting legislation whereas convergence is generally associated with a passive approach such as a natural convergence of l

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  4. an important concept in the European Union for creating common standards across the internal market

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  5. The legal definition of harmonisation is

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