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EUR-Lex is the official “access to European Union law” sponsored by the European Commission. It contains a vast amount of EU legal information of all kinds and has excellent search capability. EUR-Lex is available free to anyone with access to the Web. Some of the more significant components of EUR-Lex are summarized below.
Another sector of EUR-Lex called National law has the N-Lex gateway to databases of national law in the member states, as well as a collection of National transposition measures, which are the measures to implement EU directives into national law.
Europa is the official Web portal to EU information, sponsored by the European Commission. Europa has a good search capability. Some of Europa's more significant elements are: