Judgement of the Court of Justice, Vidrányi, Case C-283/90 P (1 October 1991)

Excerpt from the 'grounds' of the Vidrányi judgment as an example of an appeal brought by an official of the European Communities against a judgment of the Court of First Instance. One of the claims in the appeal (for compensation by the Commission for the loss suffered by the appellant) is inadmissible for the reason that the subject matter of the proceedings before the Court of First Instance may not be changed in the appeal. The Court of Justice then examines the appellant's second claim (the annulment of a Commission decision), this examination being limited to points of law, excluding any evaluation of facts.

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Source: Reports of Cases before the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance. 1991. [s.l.].

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