More EU Notices were issued 21st March (and one on 19th March) – here.
Reminder : the UK is a third country on 30th March 2019. Please read the EU notice that applies to your operations. Note also that EU Agencies (on the link) also issue Notices.
The EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement (subject to ratification) may change this date to 31st December 2020 with conditions (via transition clauses in the Agreement).
The EU-27 agreed today its guidelines for its negotiation of a EU-UK trade deal. These guidelines are here.
Further EU Notices were issued on 12th March. All Notices are gathered here.
Reminding : EU decentralised agencies also publish information in relation to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, for example the Community Plant Variety Office, the European Chemicals Agency, the European Medicines Agency and the European Union Intellectual Property Office.
Furthermore, the three European Supervisory Authorities (the European Banking Authority, the European Securities and Markets Authority and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority) and the Single Supervisory Mechanism have issued opinions and guidance.
Notices are important because they set out the legal position that will operate from March 2019. Transition arrangements that might be agreed may change the requirements.
The European Commission has published four further EU Notices to Stakeholders and Companies. I posted earlier with the website where all such EU Commission Notices are compiled. Here it is again – Link.
Please remember the EU agencies are also publishing Notices. I posted earlier about this. Here is the ECHA support available – Link.