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DateL (Legislation)C (Information and Notices)
03/04/2007L092 L093C075 C075A
11/04/2007L096C078 C078A
12/04/2007L097C079 C079A
14/04/2007L099C081 C081A C082
18/04/2007L101C084 C084A
20/04/2007L103C086 C087
25/04/2007L107 L108C090
26/04/2007L109C091 C091A
27/04/2007L110C092 C092A C093
28/04/2007L111C094 C094A C095 C096 C097
30/04/2007L112 L113 


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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.

You still have the possibility to buy a non-authentic printed version of the Official Journal from the EU Bookshop website.

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