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11 Jun 2008, 11:53 am
Taking account of its aim and its content, the contested decision contained two components, neither of which could be considered to be incidental to the other, one falling within Community development cooperation policy and the other within the CFSP.The Council therefore had infringed Art. 47 EU by adopting the contested decision on the basis of Title V of the EU Treaty, even though it also fell within development cooperation policy. [read post]
24 Nov 2012, 7:14 am by Allard Knook
The Court however reiterated that a Member State which had granted or sought to be allowed to grant aid under one of the exceptions provided for in the Treaty rules had a duty to cooperate with the Commission in the proceeding in which it took part, pursuant to which it must in particular provided all the information necessary to enable the Commission to verify that the conditions for the derogation sought were fulfilled (Case C‑364/90 Italy v Commission [1993];… [read post]
25 Aug 2014, 3:00 pm by Daniel E. Cummins
In a memorandum opinion handed down last week in the case of Bricker v. [read post]
2 May 2006, 5:33 am
The Regulation lays down a single statute applicable to the European cooperative society (SCE) in order, inter alia, to remove all barriers to cross-border cooperation of companies. [read post]
9 May 2010, 1:12 pm by Allard Knook
That obligation to cooperate flowed from the requirement of unity in the international representation of the Community (see Ruling 1/78 [1978] (by analogy with the EAEC Treaty); Opinion 2/91 [1993]; Opinion 1/94 [1994]; and Case C-25/94 Commission v Council [1996]).The Court also stressed that the duty of genuine cooperation was of general application and did not depend either on whether the Community competence concerned was exclusive or on any right of the Member States… [read post]
18 Dec 2012, 6:14 pm by rhall@initiativelegal.com
Assuming a judicial posture, amicus counsel reiterated that the FAA had preemptive effect in the case at hand, sidestepping the broader hypothetical. [read post]
27 Aug 2007, 6:25 am
Prior to Joan Messner’s purchase of her penthouse apartment, her predecessor secured permission from the cooperative to enclose the terrace and convert it into a greenhouse.In Messner v. 112 E. 83rd St. [read post]