CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - EC LAW - LOCUS STANDI - STATE AID

Locus standi - State aid: The CFI recognizes standing of beneficiaries of State aid scheme to bring an action against a Commission decision declaring aid incompatible and ordering its recovery (Hôtel Cipriani)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 28 November 2008, Hotel Cipriani a.o. v. Commission, joined cases T-254/00, T-270/00 and T-277/00 The Commission frequently pleads against the admissibility of actions brought by individuals against its decisions with regard to general aid schemes, seeking to see firmly established, alongside the duality of the system of access to the courts existing according to the type of decision challenged (preliminary or formal phase), a criterion of admissibility based on the type of aid in question, according to whether it is an individual aid or a general scheme. In

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Pascal Cardonnel, Locus standi - State aid: The CFI recognizes standing of beneficiaries of State aid scheme to bring an action against a Commission decision declaring aid incompatible and ordering its recovery (Hôtel Cipriani), 28 November 2008, Concurrences N° 1-2009, Art. N° 23493, pp. 195-196

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