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(p. 214) 7. The Direct Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice 

(p. 214) 7. The Direct Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice
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(p. 214) 7. The Direct Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice
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Nigel Foster

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10.1093/he/9780198794608.003.0007
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date: 05 April 2020

This chapter considers the actions commenced before the Court of Justice. These include actions by the Commission and other member states against a member state (Arts 258–60 TFEU); judicial review of acts of the institutions (Art 263 TFEU); the action against the institutions for a failure to act (Art 265 TFEU); and actions for damages (Arts 268 and 340 TFEU). The chapter also considers interim measures under Arts 278 and 279 TFEU and actions arising from the Commission enforcement of EU competition law against individuals.

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