*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI (order), 8 November 2006, Brandt industries v Commission, Case T-273/04. It is relatively infrequent for applications to intervene, which are the responsibility of the President and the Presidents of Chambers of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities, to be referred to the Chambers, as has just been the case in the Brandt case. The subject-matter of that case is an application for annulment brought by the company Brandt against the Commission's decision holding that Article 44 septies of the French Code général des impôts (CGI) constitutes an aid scheme which is both unlawful, since it was not notified by the French Republic, and
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - LITIGATION - INTERVENTION - EXISTENCE OF THE RIGHT TO INTERVENE - INTEREST IN THE RESULT OF THE CASE
Right to intervene - State aids: The CFI distinguishes between actual and potential beneficiaries of an individual aid granted by virtue of an aid regime (Brandt industries)
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