Judicial Protection in the EC

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Judicial Protection in the EC
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Direct and Indirect Challenge Direct Challenge Indirect Challenge Article 263 TFEU (ex Art. 230 EC) Action to annul Article 265 TFEU (ex Art. 232 EC) Failure to Act Preliminary reference Art. 267 TFEU (ex Art. 234 EC) Article 340 TFEU (ex Art 288(2) EC) EU’s Non-contractual liability Plea of illegality
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Article 263 TFEU (ex Art. 230 EC) Action to annul Who can make a challenge? What are the time limits? What are the grounds for annulment? What is the effect of annulment?
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Types of Applicant Privileged applicants Non-privileged applicants
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Privileged applicants European Commission Council of Ministers Member States European Parliament
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Non-privileged applicants Can challenge an act addressed to that person which is of ‘direct and individual concern’ to them Can against a regulatory act which is of direct concern to them and does not entail implementing measures.
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Individual Concern Early case law Quasi-judicial determinations Recent Case Law
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  • Fall '07
  • SCHIESS
  • Law, European Union, Treaty of Lisbon, European Parliament, European Commission, individual concern

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