The Complete Cases

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  • C-118-00 Larsy Chapter: 11. Judical Powers II: National Procedures Case C-118/00 Larsy [2001] Facts: Mr Larsy was a self-employed nursery gardener in Belgium and France, established near the border in Belgium. He contested the government’s decision to reduce his pension entitlement, because the government found he was also awarded a retirement pension in France. The Labour Tribunal initially dismissed his action, but Mr Larsy’s…
  • C-118-00 Larsy Case C-118/00 Larsy [2001] Facts: Mr Larsy was a self-employed nursery gardener in Belgium and France, established near the border in Belgium. He contested the government’s decision to reduce his pension entitlement, because the government found he was also awarded a retirement pension in France. The Labour Tribunal initially dismissed his action, but Mr Larsy’s…
  • C-119-75 Terrapin Case C-119/75 Terrapin [1976] Facts: Terrapin, registered in England, manufactured prefabricated houses under the trade-mark “Terrapin”. It applied to have this name registered in the German Patents Office. Terranova, which manufactured plaster for façades, was the proprietor of different trademarks registered at the German Patents Office with the words “Terra” and “Terranova”, and opposed to…
  • C-120-78 Cassis de Dijon Case C-120/78 Cassis de Dijon [1979] Facts: Rewe requested authorization to the German Monopoly Administration for Spirits to import from France the liqueur “Cassis de Dijon”, containing 15 to 20% by volume of alcohol. The Administration referred that, while no authorization was needed, the liqueur could not be sold in Germany because according to the…
  • C-148-78 Ratti 1979 Case C-148/78 Ratti [1979] Facts: Ratti represented an undertaking that decided to package its solvents and to affix to the container labels conforming to two Directives not yet incorporated into the Italian legal system, one of them because Italy had not fulfilled its obligation of incorporation on time, the other one because the period prescribed…
  • C-149-96 Portugal v Council Case C-149/96 Portugal v Council [1999] Facts: Portugal brought and action for the annulment of the Council Decision concerning the conclusion of Memoranda of Understanding between the EU and Pakistan and India, on arrangements in the area of market access for textile products. Portugal claimed that the Decision constituted a breach of certain rules and…
  • C-15-74 Centrafarm 1974 Case C-15/74 Centrafarm [1974] Facts: Sterling Drug was the titular holder of national patents relating to the preparation of a medicament in several countries, including the Netherlands and Great Britain. Centrafarm imported these products without agreement of Sterling Drug from England and Germany, where they had been put onto the market in a regular manner…
  • C-178-84 Commission v Germany – Beer Purity Case C-178/84 Commission v Germany (Beer Purity) [1987] Facts: The Commission brought an action under Article 169 of the EEC Treaty for a declaration that, by prohibiting the marketing of beers lawfully manufactured and marketed in another Member State if they did not comply with the requirements of the German Law on beer duty, Germany…
  • C-18-87 Commission v Germany Case C-18/87 Commission v Germany [1988] Facts: The Commission brought an action under Article 169 of the EEC Treaty for a declaration that Germany had failed to fulfil its obligations under Articles 9 and 12 of the EEC Treaty, as some authorities charged a fee on the importation of live animals from other Member States…
  • C-213-89 Factortame Chapter: 11. Judical Powers II: National Procedures Case C-213/89 Factortame [1990] Facts: The United Kingdom enacted an Act according to which vessels should be British-owned in order to be eligible to be registered and to enjoy British fishing quotas. Factortame and other companies, incorporated under the laws of the United Kingdom but with Spanish directors and shareholders, challenged its compatibility with Community…
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