CASE COMMENT: SATE AIDS - ADMISSIBILITY - STANDING TO BRING PROCEEDINGS

Standing to bring proceedings: The CFI holds that to be entitled to bring an action for annulment, an association must have played an active role during the procedure before the Commission (Vereniging Werkgroep Commerciële Jachthavens Zuidelijke Randmeren e. a. v. Commission)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 27 September 2006, Vereniging Werkgroep Commerciële Jachthavens Zuidelijke Randmeren a. o. v. Commission, Case T-117/04 The Court of First Instance had to rule on an action brought against an a priori decision of limited importance, but which raises interesting questions in the context of the State aid reform launched by the Commission. The case follows a complaint lodged by a Dutch working group of commercial marinas against possible State aid granted to non-profit-making marinas. Following the opening of the procedure, the Commission adopted a decision concluding that no aid was involved, based in

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Alain Alexis, Standing to bring proceedings: The CFI holds that to be entitled to bring an action for annulment, an association must have played an active role during the procedure before the Commission (Vereniging Werkgroep Commerciële Jachthavens Zuidelijke Randmeren e. a. v. Commission), 27 September 2006, Concurrences N° 4-2006, Art. N° 12568, p. 107

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