Primary law, also known as the primary or original source of law, can be seen as the supreme source of law in the European Union (EU). It is at the apex of the European legal order. It consists mainly of the founding treaties of the European Union.
The primary law concerns also:
The Treaties establishing the different European Communities
The Treaties establishing the different European Communities are:
The amending Treaties
The additional Treaties making changes to specific sections of the founding treaties are:
The Acts of Accession signed by Norway on 22 January 1972 and 24 June 1994 never came into force. A Treaty signed on 1 February 1985 gives Greenland a special status.1