Private Parties in European Community Law: Challenging Community Measures

By Albertina Albors-Llorens | Go to book overview

Contents
Table of Casesxiii
Table of Legislationliii
Abbreviationslxiii
1. Private Parties and Judicial Review of Community Action1
1.1 Judicial review in the European Communities1
1.2 Avenues of judicial review6
1.3 Private parties and European Community law7
1.4 Courts before which a challenge may be made. The role of the Court of First Instance9

PART I--THE ACTION FOR ANNULMENT
2. The Action for Annulment in the EC Treaty: An Overview15
2.1 The Treaty provisions15
2.2 Acts susceptible to review18
2.3 Privileged applicants21
2.4 Semi-privileged applicants23
2.5 Non-privileged applicants26
3. The Locus Standi of Non-privileged Applicants to Challenge Measures in the Form of Decisions30
3.1 The locus standi of private parties in the national legal systems in actions to review the legality of administrative action 30
3.2 The locus standi of non-privileged applicants in annulment proceedings under the ECSC Treaty40
3.3 The challenge of decisions by non-addressees under the EC Treaty. General area of case-law: the tests of direct and individual concern4244
3.3.1 The test of individual concern
3.3.1.1 The case law on individual concern: the general trend45
3.3.1.2 The case law on individual concern: special cases 60

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