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The Recovery of Incompatible Aid Cannot be Absolutely Impossible Unless it is first Attempted*
In its ruling of 6 November 2018 in cases C‑622/16 P to C‑624/16 P, Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori v European Commission, the Court of Justice made it harder for Member States to escape from their recovery obligations. 
Montessori appealed against the judgment of the General Court in case T‑220/13, Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori v European Commission. That judgment was reviewed here on 11 October 2016 (http://stateaidhub.eu/blogs/stateaiduncovered/post/7255)
Montessori sought annulment of Commission decision 2013/284 which had found that an exemption from property tax also benefited buildings used by the church to provide a variety of courses some of which were
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