ALERTS: STATE AID - EUROPEAN UNION - ENVIRONMENT - DAMAGE COMPENSATION - ADVANTAGE

Environment: The Court of Justice of the European Union, holding that the payment by an undertaking in the aquaculture sector of damage caused by wild fauna is part of its normal operating costs, ruled that compensation for damage caused to aquaculture by wild fauna protected by the Birds Directive confers an advantage that may constitute State aid (SIA Sātiņi-S / Dabas aizsardzības pārvalde)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Does compensation for damage to aquaculture caused by wildlife protected by the Birds Directive constitute state aid? This is in essence the question referred by the Latvian Supreme Court to the Court of Justice of the Union for a preliminary ruling, following a dispute between the national environmental protection authority and Sātiņi-S, which purchased 600 hectares of ponds in a nature reserve in Latvia, which was subsequently included in the Natura 2000 network, and was denied by that authority a claim for compensation for damage to aquaculture caused by birds and other protected animals, on the grounds that Sātiņi-S

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Alain Ronzano, Environment: The Court of Justice of the European Union, holding that the payment by an undertaking in the aquaculture sector of damage caused by wild fauna is part of its normal operating costs, ruled that compensation for damage caused to aquaculture by wild fauna protected by the Birds Directive confers an advantage that may constitute State aid (SIA Sātiņi-S / Dabas aizsardzības pārvalde), 27 January 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 104910, www.concurrences.com

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