*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The relevance of this case is not only the reminder of the distinction drawn between the absence of an interest in bringing proceedings, assessed at the date of bringing the action (CFI, 30 April 1998, Cityflyer Express v Commission, Case T-16/96, paragraph 30, ECR p. II-757) and sanctioned by the inadmissibility of the action, and the absence of an interest in bringing proceedings, linked to a factor arising after the bringing of the action (CFI, 17 Sept. 1992, NBV and NVB v Commission, Case T-138/89, paragraph 33, ECR II-2181) and sanctioned by the dismissal of the action (First Data Order, paragraphs 34 to
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT - INTEREST
Interest: The CFI rules on the interest to act for annulment of an administrative letter in order to obtain damages before national courts (First Data)
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