Commissioners of the European Communities v Assidoman Kraft Produncts Ab and Others: ECJ 14 Sep 1999

Wood Pulp II

A decision of the Commission imposing penalties against several business concerns was challenged successfully by some of those penalised. Others who had not made the challenge applied to have the decision annulled for themselves also. The court said that the benefit of the setting aside of the decision was taken only by those who had challenged it. The scope of the annulment could not extend beyond that applied for.
GC Rodriguez Iglesias, P
Times 19-Oct-1999, [1999] All ER (EC) 737, [1999] EUECJ C-310/97P, [1999] ECR I-5363
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Updated: 25 July 2021; Ref: scu.79406