Judgment of the Court of Justice, Commission v Jégo-Quéré, Case C-263/02 P (1 April 2004)

In its judgment of 1 April 2004, in Case C-263/02 P, Commission v Jégo-Quéré, the Court of Justice points out that it is not appropriate for an action for annulment before the Community Court to be available to an individual who contests the validity of a measure of general application, such as a regulation, which does not distinguish him individually in the same way as an addressee, even if it could be shown, following an examination by that Court of the particular national procedural rules, that those rules do not allow the individual to bring proceedings to contest the validity of the Community measure at issue.

Source and copyright

Source: CVRIA. Case-law: Numerical access to the case-law. [ON-LINE]. [Luxembourg]: Court of justice of the European Communities, [12.05.2006]. C-263/02 P. Available on http://curia.eu.int/en/content/juris/index.htm.

Copyright: (c) Court of Justice of the European Union

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