“making available on the market” any delivery of a product intended for distribution, consumption or market use in the context of a commercial activity, for a fee or for free; (c) Article 20, paragraph 2, of the Swiss Agreement on Civil Rights (the entry and exit rights of border workers). (e) references to the EU common tariff in Sections 5 and 6 (Rights and Common Agricultural Policy), directly applicable EU provisions, exclusion of customs duties, EU rules and EU agricultural levies were applicable to the UK in accordance with Part 4 of the Withdrawal Agreement and THAT, on the basis of the provisions of this Protocol , EU law applicable to sovereign basic territories in certain EU policies after the UK`s withdrawal from the EU 4. The annual amount payable is calculated as the UNITED Kingdom`s share of the forecast statement in paragraph 3, paragraph b), adjusted for the difference between payments made by the United Kingdom in the previous year and the United Kingdom`s share of payments made the previous year by the EU for the remaining liabilities covered in paragraph 1. , to reduce the amount of net financial corrections relating to programmes and activities funded under the 2014-2020 MFF or previous financial perspectives, and reduced by the proceeds of infringement procedures relating to a Member State`s failure to make own resources available for the fiscal years until 2020, provided these amounts have been included in the previous financial budget and are final. The annual amount payable by the United Kingdom is not adjusted in the given year. 43U. K.In the cross-section title visited prior to Section 13, for “approval of the outcome of the EU negotiations” replacement “withdrawal supervision”. UK participation in the EIB group, after the withdrawal date, calculations and data and assumptions used to determine the amount the UK must pay before 30 June of the current year with regard to staff pensions and contributions from the EU budget to the Common Health Insurance System (JSIS) in the previous year , in accordance with paragraph 6, , and an estimate of these amounts for the current year; (*1) The EU informs the other parties to the agreements that during the transitional period, the United Kingdom must be treated as a member state for the purposes of these agreements. if this article applies to the EEA-EFTA separation agreement and the agreement on the rights of Swiss citizens, these agreements are part of EU law and the EEA states concerned and Switzerland are member states.
(d) Section 7C of this Act (interpretation of the law with respect to the withdrawal agreement (except the period of application), the EEA-EFTA separation agreement and the Swiss civil rights agreement. determine the reasonable amount of the UK`s contribution to the EU budget for the period from 1 January 2021 to the end of the transitional period, taking into account the uk`s status during that period and the terms of payment of that amount; When the UK`s liability is triggered in accordance with paragraph 3, the United Kingdom pays the amount owed to the EIB under the same conditions as for the Member States (including the timetable and terms of payment), in accordance with the decision taken by the EIB`s Board of Directors on the relevant date.