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The EU Court of Justice holds that restrictive provisions in a selective distribution system may be exempted where they satisfy an objective, qualitative criteria and are applied in a non-discriminatory manner (Metro SB-Großmärkte)

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT 25 OCTOBER 1977 [1] Metro SB-Großmärkte GmbH & Co. KG v Commission of the European Communities 'Selective distribution systems' Case 26/76* An application directed against a measure which is merely a confirmation of a previous measure, so that annulment of the confirmatory measure would follow from annulment of the previous measure, must be considered as devoid of purpose and accordingly inadmissible. It is in the interests of a satisfactory administration of justice and of the proper application of Articles 85 and 86 that natural or legal persons who are entitled, pursuant to Article 3 (2) (b) of Regulation No 17, to request the Commission to find an infringement of Articles 85 and 86 should be able, if their request is dismissed either wholly or in

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European Court of Justice, The EU Court of Justice holds that restrictive provisions in a selective distribution system may be exempted where they satisfy an objective, qualitative criteria and are applied in a non-discriminatory manner (Metro SB-Großmärkte), 25 October 1977, e-Competitions October 1977, Art. N° 105104

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