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
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  • 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
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  • 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
  • C-104-79 Foglia v Novello
    Case 104/79 Foglia v Novello [1980] Facts: Foglia, an Italian undertaking that traded wines, sent Italian wine to a person living in France by request of Mrs Novello, outsourcing the transport to Danzas. Danzas was charged French customs when the goods crossed the frontier. Mrs Novello refused to reimburse this amount to Foglia on the…Short summary
  • C-267-91 Keck v Mithouard
    Joined Cases C-267/91 and C-268/91 Keck v Mithouard [1993] Facts: Mr Keck and Mr Mithouard were being prosecuted for reselling alcohol products, in an unaltered state, at prices lower than their actual purchase price. In connection with these criminal proceedings, the Tribunal de Grande Instance, Strasbourg, referred for a preliminary ruling whether the prohibition of…Short summary
  • C-309-89 Codorniu v Council
    Case C-309/89 Codorniu v Council [1994] Facts: A Regulation reserved the use of the term “crémant” and its translations for certain wines manufactured only in France and Luxembourg. Codorniu, a Spanish manufacturer of wines under the trade mark “Gran Cremant de Codorniu”, sought a declaration that the relevant Article of this Regulation was void pursuant…Short summary