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DateL (Legislation)C (Information and Notices)
10/01/2013L005 L006C005 C005A C006
12/01/2013L008C008 C009
15/01/2013L009 L010C010 C010E C011
16/01/2013L011 L012C012 C013
18/01/2013L014 L015C015 C015E
19/01/2013L016 L017C016 C017
22/01/2013L018 L019C018
23/01/2013L020C019 C020
24/01/2013L021C021 C021A C022
25/01/2013L022 L023C023 C024
26/01/2013L024 L025 L026C025 C026
29/01/2013L027C027 C027A
30/01/2013L028 L029 L030C028
31/01/2013L031C029 C029A C029E


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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.


This site contains electronic copies of all Official Journals since the first edition.

Effective 1 July 2013, the electronic edition of the OJ (e-OJ) is authentic and produces legal effects. Find out more about the e-OJ.

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