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The EU Court of First Instance strictly applies a time limit restriction to a failure to act action against the Commission from a pharmaceutical company (Bayer)

Case T-l2/90 Bayer AG v Commission of the European Communities* 1. A decision is duly notified once it has been communicated to the person to whom it is addressed and that person is in a position to take cognizance of it. Where notification is effected by registered letter with postal acknowledgment of receipt, the date on which that acknowledgment is signed is to be regarded as the date of

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