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The Member State responsible for examining an asylum application made in more than one Member State by an unaccompanied minor is the State in which the minor is present after having lodged an application there
Advocate General Cruz Villalón considers that the Directive on the reorganisation and winding up of credit institutions does not preclude the adoption by law, as in Iceland, of measures to reorganise financial institutions
A decision by which a national authority extends to all traders in an agricultural industry an agreement made within a recognised inter-trade organisation from that industry which introduces the levying of a CVO (cotisation volontaire obligatoire) does not constitute State aid
An asylum seeker may, on the basis of national law, be detained for the purposes of removal on the ground of illegal stay where the application for asylum has been made with the sole aim of delaying or jeopardising enforcement of the return decision
EU law does not preclude Spanish legislation which requires credit institutions, operating in Spain without being established there, to forward directly to the Spanish authorities information necessary for combatting money laundering and terrorist financing
The Court dismisses the appeals of Mr Gbagbo, former President of Côte d’Ivoire, and a number of his political associates against the orders declaring their actions for the annulment of measures adopted against them to be inadmissible
The General Court upholds the Commission’s decisions not to pay Italy ERDF financial aid in respect of waste management and disposal in Campania, as Italy has not adopted all the measures necessary for the disposal of waste in that region
The regulation on jurisdiction applies to an action brought by a public body which, having sold land previously expropriated by a totalitarian regime, has mistakenly overpaid the successors in title and seeks the partial restitution of that sum
Austrian legislation is contrary to EU law in that, when an airport is modified, it provides for an environmental assessment only for projects likely to increase the number of air traffic movements by at least 20 000 per year
The limitation of stays in the Schengen area to a maximum of three months over a sixmonth period for foreign nationals who are not subject to visa requirements does not apply to those who benefit from the local border traffic regime
The Court of Justice quashes the judgment of the General Court annulling the Commission’s decision classifying the French State’s declarations of support and shareholder loan in favour of France Télécom as State aid
The fact that an assessment of the environmental impact of a project has not been carried out, in breach of EU law, does not in principle, by itself, render the State liable for purely pecuniary damage
Agreements concerning the price of repairs of insured vehicles concluded between insurance companies and repair shops have an anti-competitive object and are therefore prohibited where they are, by their very nature, injurious to the proper functioning of normal competition
Spanish legislation infringes EU law to the extent that it precludes the court which has jurisdiction to declare unfair a term of a loan agreement relating to immovable property from staying the mortgage enforcement proceedings initiated separately.