The EU Court of First Instance reaffirms that a statement of reasons for a decision should be sufficiently precise and must disclose in a clear and unequivocal fashion the reasoning of the institution (Stork Amsterdam)

Case T-241/97 Stork Amsterdam BV v Commission of the European Communities* 1. Any measure the legal effects of which are binding on and capable of affecting the interests of the applicant, by bringing about a distinct change in his legal position, is an act or a decision which may be the subject of an action for annulment, regardless of the particular form in which it is adopted. In particular, in cases of acts or decisions drawn up in a procedure involving several stages, and particularly at the end of an internal procedure, it is in principle only those measures which definitively determine the position of the institution upon

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