Judicial Control of the European Communities

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Index
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY reference to Community Court, 188
ANNULMENT, APPEAL FOR, 34, 37-112, 114, 115-116, 181
acts, nature of, 37-68, 117
acts, outside organisations of, 57
acts subject to, 52, 54
admissibility, 68-79, 111
appellant not addressee of act, 71, 77, 100
binding act, 70
decisions, against, 81
directives, against, 74
ECSC Treaty, 35, 38-51
enterprise, by, 68, 71, 76, 78
enterprise, capacity to appeal, 67
general acts, 36, 76, 100, 131
grounds
détournement de pouvoir, 98-108
incompetence, 81
municipal law, violation of, 92
procedure, major violation of, 82, 239-240
treaty violation, 89-98, 106-108
individual act, 7
inquisitorial powers of Court, 238
interests aggrieved, 71, 77, 100
actual and present, 74
corporate, 77
direct, 74
special, 75
interests protected, 73
intervention, 169-177
judgment, effects of 130-133
annulled general act, 131
intervener, for, 176
Member States, on, 133
judgment, non-compliance, remedies, 134-135
Member States by, 58, 68
municipal law, 69-70
nature of acts, 37-68, 117
'preventive', 71
private persons, by, 55, 72, 81, 99-102, 107, 154
recommendations, against, 74
regulations, against, 36, 76, 82
Rome Treaties, 35-36, 51-57
stay of execution of act, 108-112
petition, time-limit, 110
suspensive effect, 108-109
APPPEAL, AGAINST INACTION
See inaction, appeal against
APPEAL FOR ANNULMENT
See annulment, appeal for
'APPEAL FOR NON-APPLICABILITY', 68n
ARBITRATION
reference to Community Court, 188
BELGIAN CONSEIL D'ETAT, 70
BELGIAN CONSTITUTION
European Treaties, relation to, 224
CARTEL CONFERENCES, 210n
COMMERCE, TREATIES OF, 67
COMMISSION
See under EURATOM ; EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY
COMPETITION
inter-State trade in, 195, 201, 205
municipal laws, enforcement, 208-209
prohibited agreements, invalidity, 228- 231
CORPORATIONS
establishment in other States,
foreign, 'domestication' of, 67
legal personality, 67
proper law, 67
COUNCIL
See under EURATOM; EUROPEAN COAL STEEL COMMUNITY; EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY

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