ECJ Citizenship of the Union Article 17 EC – Nationality of one Member State acquired by birth – Nationality of another Member State acquired by naturalisation – Loss of original nationality by reason of that naturalisation – Loss with retroactive effect of nationality acquired by naturalisation on account of deception practised in that acquisition – Statelessness leading to loss of the status of citizen of the Union
V Skouris P
 3 WLR 1166,  EUECJ C-135/08,  All ER (EC) 635,  3 CMLR 2,  CEC 35,  QB 761
Opinion – Rottmann v Freistaat Bayern ECJ 30-Sep-2009
ECJ Opinion – European Citizenship Loss – Loss of the nationality of the Member State of origin at the time of acquisition of citizenship of another Member State – Withdrawal of the new nationality due to . .
Cited – Moohan and Another v The Lord Advocate SC 17-Dec-2014
The petitioners, convicted serving prisoners, had sought judicial review of the refusal to allow them to vote in the Scottish Referendum on Independence. The request had been refused in the Outer and Inner Houses.
Held: (Kerr, Wilson JJSC . .
Cited – Wightman and Others v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union ECJ 10-Dec-2018
Art 50 Notice withrawable unilaterally
Reference for a preliminary ruling – Article 50 TEU – Notification by a Member State of its intention to withdraw from the European Union – Consequences of the notification – Right of unilateral revocation of the notification – Conditions
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Updated: 08 February 2021; Ref: scu.541524