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CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC SECTOR - ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS - DIRECTIVE 2002/22/EC - UNIVERSAL SERVICE AND USERS’RIGHTS - DISPUTES BETWEEN END USERS AND PROVIDERS - MANDATORY TO ATTEMPT AN OUT-OF-COURT SETTLEMENT
Universal service - Electronic communications: The ECJ rules that Directive 2002/22/EC on universal service and users’ rights relating to electronic communications networks and services must be interpreted as not precluding legislation of a Member State under which the admissibility before the Courts of actions relating to electronic communications services between end-users and providers of those services, concerning the rights conferred by that directive, is conditional upon an attempt to settle the dispute out of Court (Alassin/Telecom Italia)
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