Judicial Control of the European Communities

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Cases
Aarts c. Vereiniging van Fabrikanten von Plakband en Parafinenpapier195, 196
Acciaierie e Tubificio di Brescia c. Hohe Behörde85, 242
Affaire Baechler222
Affaire Consorts Friedmann v. Procureur de la République à Strasbourg.221
Affaire Dreyfus69
Affaire Grundig191
Affaire Linde195
Affaire Sanchez221
Afiaie Starz224
Aicardi v. Rizzolo232
Alma c. Haute Autorité228, 235
Assider c. Haute Autorité25, 28, 68, 69, 78, 79, 80, 91, 98, 100, 107, 130, 215
Antoine Vloeberghs . . . c. Hohe Behörde139
Auditeur Général auprés de la Cour Militaire v. Muller et consorts224
Baldi v. Sacco232
Barbara Erzbergbau . . . c. Hohe Behörde3
Bochumer Verein . . . c. Hohe Behörde39, 43
Bosch & Van Rijn c. De Geux196, 198
Bugaut et Delom v. Societé de Droit Anglais 'Landauer' et consorts224
Cakelberg v. Wulleman232
Carillo-Frontello220
Chambre des Métiers-Pagani v. Ministère Public218
Chambre Syndicale de la Sidérurgie Française c. Haute Autorité105
Chambre Syndicale de la Sidérurgie de l'Est de France . . . c. Hohe Behörde75, 124, 125, 132
Chonchol v. Dame Vital221

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Judicial Control of the European Communities
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Cases xv
  • Part One - The Court in the Structure Of the European Communities xxi
  • I - Objectives and Powers of the Communities 1
  • 2 - Nature and Composition of the Court 21
  • Part Two - Direct Judicial Control 31
  • 3 - Introduction 33
  • 4 - Appeal for Annulment 37
  • 6 - Effects of the Court's Judgment 130
  • 7 - Charge of Exception of Illegality 138
  • 8 - Constitutional Control 149
  • Part Three - Indirect Judicial Control 167
  • 10 - Supremacy of the Court Over Community Matters Before Municipal Courts 178
  • II - Conclusions 237
  • Bibliography 244
  • Index 263
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