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Fine - Action for annulment: The ECJ rules that a payment request concerning a fine cannot be subject to an Article 230 EC action for annulment (Ferriere Nord)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. ECJ, 6 December 2007, Commission v Ferriere Nord, Case C-516/06 P In a judgment delivered without conclusions, the Court of Justice censured the Court of First Instance and clarified the admissibility of an action for annulment brought against an order for payment of a fine in a case mixing the concepts of limitation period and challengeable act. The origin of this case goes back to 1989, when the Commission imposed a fine of ECU 320 000 on Ferriere Nord for its

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Pascal Cardonnel, Fine - Action for annulment: The ECJ rules that a payment request concerning a fine cannot be subject to an Article 230 EC action for annulment (Ferriere Nord), 6 December 2007, Concurrences N° 1-2008, Art. N° 15322, p. 166

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