SOLVIT - Solutions to Problems with Your EU Rights
SOLVIT is an informal problem-solving network created to solve problems that EU citizens or businesses are experiencing with the public administrations of EU Member States. These problems must be associated with a denial of their internal market rights due to internal market law not being applied correctly. There are SOLVIT Centres in each EU country and in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The Irish SOLVIT Centre is a unit within the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment. A citizen or business can submit a case to SOLVIT when there seems to be a concrete, real problem for an EEA business. There must be an inter EU country element to the problem and the problem must have been caused by a foreign public administration (national, regional or local) or a private body acting on behalf of a public administration. Further information can be foundhere.