CASE COMMENTS: STATE AIDS - LAND SALE PRICE - PROCEDURAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMMISSION - RIGHTS OF THE RECIPIENT OF AID - SCOPE OF JUDICIAL REVIEW - INFORMATION INJUNCTION

Procedural obligations of the Commission: The CFI quashes the European Commission Commission’s decision for numerous procedural, method and calculation errors in the valuation of a land sale price (Scott)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 29 March 2007, Scott SA v Commission, Case T-366/00 Almost ten years after it was granted in 1987, on the basis of a complaint lodged in 1996, itself based on a 1996 report by the French Court of Auditors, the Commission initiated proceedings against France for aid allegedly contained in a complex operation whereby a local semi-public development company sold a plot of land (which was sold to it for the symbolic franc) after development to the Scott company. After analysing this complex operation, which is covered in particular by an agreement between the town of Orléans, the Loiret department, a semi-public company and the beneficiary of the

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Jean-Yves Chérot, Procedural obligations of the Commission: The CFI quashes the European Commission Commission’s decision for numerous procedural, method and calculation errors in the valuation of a land sale price (Scott), 29 March 2007, Concurrences N° 2-2007, Art. N° 13548, p. 144

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