The French Administrative appeal court of Lyon rules that trade chambers are not undertakings and rejects the claim of a claimant alleging that a tax for the expenses of these chambers amounts to unlawful State aid (Bellerivedis)

Factual Background The society seeks the annulment the administrative tribunal of Clermont-Ferrand judgment rejecting its claims for reimbursement of a tax on the expenses of the trade chambers (from 1991 to 2002). The disputed tax is instituted by a provision of the general tax code and is designed to finance the ordinary expenses of the trade chambers. Trade chamber are bodies governed by public law and are destined to represent and defend the general interests of traders and industrials. They do

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  • Sheppard Mullin (Brussels)
  • European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)

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Jacques Derenne, Cédric Kaczmarek, The French Administrative appeal court of Lyon rules that trade chambers are not undertakings and rejects the claim of a claimant alleging that a tax for the expenses of these chambers amounts to unlawful State aid (Bellerivedis), 28 June 2007, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2007, Art. N° 28070

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