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DateL (Legislation)C (Information and Notices)
05/11/2009L289C263 C263E
06/11/2009L290C264 C264A C265
07/11/2009L291C266 C267
10/11/2009L292 L293C268 C269
12/11/2009L295 L296C271 C271E
13/11/2009L297 L298C272 C273 C274
14/11/2009L299 L300C275
17/11/2009L301 L302C276 C276A C277
19/11/2009L304 L305C279 C279E
20/11/2009L306C280 C280A
21/11/2009L307C281 C282
24/11/2009L308 L309C283
26/11/2009L311C285 C285E
27/11/2009L312C286 C286E C287 C288
30/11/2009 C290


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The Official Journal of the European Union (OJ) is the main source of EUR-Lex content. It is published daily (from Monday to Friday regularly, on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only in urgent cases) in the official EU languages. There are 2 series:

  • L (legislation)
  • C (information and notices).

    Subseries CA (e.g. C019A), with the same number as the C series published on the same day, contains calls for expressions of interest, vacancy notices, etc. CA editions may appear in one, several or all official languages.

    A new subseries, LI and CI, was introduced on 1 January 2016. This allows for greater flexibility in the event of a change in the planned content of the Official Journal. It was used for the first time on 16 January 2016 (L011I, C015I).

Since 1 January 2015, the numbering of EU legal acts has changed. Find out more about the new method of numbering.


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