Part II
Governmental Powers

9. Executive Powers: Competence and Procedures  

Cases

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  • Case 9/56 Meroni
    Case 9/56 Meroni & Co., Industrie Metallurgiche, SpA v High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community (1958); Execitove powers, application for annulment, objection of illegality, scope of Treaty provisionFull Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case 25/70 Köster
    Case 25/70 Einfuhr- und Vorratsstelle für Getreide und Futtermittel v Köster and Berodt & Co (1970); Executive powers, common agricultural policy, Community regulations.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case 23/75 Rey Soda
    Case 23/75 Rey Soda v Cassa Conguaglio Zucchero (1975) ECR -01279; Executive powers, European Commission, implementing powers conferred by the Council.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case C-359/92 Germany v Council
    Case C-359/92 Federal Republic of Germany v Council of the European Union (1994) ECR I-03681; Executive powers, measures for the attainment of the single market.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case C-66/04 United Kingdom v Parliament and Council
    Case C-66/04 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland v European Parliament and Council of the European Union (2005) ECR I-10553; Executive powers, foods, Regulation, smoke flavourings.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case T-339/04 France Telecom v Commission
    Case T-339/04 France Télécom SA v Commission of the European Communities (2007) ECR II-00521; Executive powers, competition law, loyal cooperation with national courts, EC Regulation.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case C-355/10 Parliament v Council (Schengen Borders Code)
    Case C-355/10 European Parliament v Council of the European Union (2012); Executive powers, Schengen Borders code, Deicsion, surveillance of the sea external borders.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case C-270/12 United Kingdom v Parliament and Council (ESMA)
    Case C-270/12 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland v European Parliament and Council of the European Union (2014); Executive powers, short-selling and certain aspects of credit default swaps, legal basis.Full Lisbonised Judgment
  • Case C-427/12 Commission v Parliament (Agency Fees)
    Case C-427/12 European Commission v European Parliament and Council of the European Union (2014); Executive powers, action for annulment, choice of legal basis, delegated vs implementing acts.Full Lisbonised Judgment