The French Judiciary Supreme Court rules that the claimants had not demonstrated that the tax constituted new State aid and failed to submit argument on a possible existing aid (Huttepain Maine Aliments / Guyomarc’h Vertou / Nantes Sanders / Marcel Braud)

Background The French State had levied a special tax for cereal storage during the 1986-1987 and 1987-1988 campaigns. Various agricultural companies claimed the reimbursement of the tax before the national first instances courts on the basis of Article 88 (3). Some of these first instance courts dismissed their actions holding that the claimants did not submit evidence of a Commission's decision ordering the

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Jean-Yves Chérot, The French Judiciary Supreme Court rules that the claimants had not demonstrated that the tax constituted new State aid and failed to submit argument on a possible existing aid (Huttepain Maine Aliments / Guyomarc’h Vertou / Nantes Sanders / Marcel Braud), 16 June 1998, e-Competitions June 1998, Art. N° 13351

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