CASE COMMENT: STATE AIDS - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT -DECISION NOT TO RAISE OBJECTION -RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PARTIES - CONCEPT OF SERIOUS DIFFICULTIES

Appeal: Advocate general Bot advises the ECJ to apply the Kronoply and Kronotex ruling in a case regarding plaintiff’s rights in a State aid examination procedure (Scheucher-Fleisch)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Opinion delivered by Advocate General Yves Bot in Case C-47/10: Republic of Austria v Scheucher-Fleisch GmbH (e.a) illustrate once again the difficulties associated with the application of the case law of the Court on the rights of complainants in the context of the of the State aid control procedure. The Republic of Austria Seeks the outright annulment of the judgment of the Court of First Instance delivered on 18 December 2001 in Case T-105/99. November 2009 in Case T-375/04 (Scheucher and Others v Commission), on the following grounds that the judgment would have infringed Article 263(4) TFEU by holding that the appellants at first instance were

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Alain Ronzano, Appeal: Advocate general Bot advises the ECJ to apply the Kronoply and Kronotex ruling in a case regarding plaintiff’s rights in a State aid examination procedure (Scheucher-Fleisch), 9 June 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 54570, “www.concurrences.com”

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