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The EU Court of Justice states that the derogations from Regulation 1184/2006 need to be strictly construed and the Commission must give adequate reasons in the event that it allows such a derogation (Florimex)

Joined Cases T-70/92 and T-71/92 Florimex BV and Vereniging van Groothandelaren in Bloemkwekerijprodukten v Commission of the European Communities* 1. It is the responsibility of the party alleging that an action is out of time, havingregard to the time-limits laid down in the last paragraph of Article 173 of the Treaty and in Articles 101 and 102 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of First Instance, to prove on what date the decision was notified. 2. The Commission may deal separately with complaints concerning different agreements and conduct in relation to the same facts provided that, in its decision on one of the complaints, it takes account of the aspects of the various agreements and types of conduct covered by the other complaints which are liable to affect the legality

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