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TURNING A DEAF EAR TO EFFECTIVE JUDICIAL PROTECTION? THE ECJ's JUDGEMENT IN C-50/00 P UNIÖN DE PEQUENOS AGRICULTORES

In: Tilburg Law Review
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Johanna Engström 1Researcher in EC-law at the European University Institue, Florence.

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Abstract

<title> A. Abstract of the Judgement </title>

Union de Pequeños Agricultores brought an appeal in front of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), pursuant to Art. 49 of the EC Statute of the Court of Justice, against the order of the Court of First Instance (CFI) of 23 November 1999 in Case T-173/98 Uniόn de Pequeños Agricultores v Council [1999] ECR II-3357 (the contested order), by which that court dismissed its application for partial annulment of Regulation (EC) No 1638/98 amending Regulation No 136/66/EEC on the establishment of a common organisation of the market in oils and fats (the contested regulation). 1 According to the CFI, Uniόn de Pequeños Agricultores did not fulfil the criteria for standing in Art. 230(4) TEC.

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