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Community interest: The CFI confirms its case-law on Community interest (Scipacercola)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 16 January 2008, Scippacercola and Terezakis v. Commission, Case T-306/05. By a judgment, the reasoning of which appears to be more in keeping with a particularly marked concern for completeness and precision than with the innovative nature of the solutions adopted, the Court of First Instance confirms its case-law on two procedural questions which are worthy of note, one on the admissibility of an action brought by several persons against a Commission decision rejecting a complaint, and the other on the subject-matter and scope of the judicial review to which such a decision is subject where that complaint is rejected on the ground of lack of

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Agnès Maitrepierre, Community interest: The CFI confirms its case-law on Community interest (Scipacercola), 16 January 2008, Concurrences N° 2-2008, Art. N° 16767, p. 153

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