Sweden and Turco v Council and Others (Law Governing The Institutions): ECJ 29 Nov 2007

Where a member state submitted documents to a Community institution requesting that such docments be not disclosed to a third party, that request was to be treated as the beginning of a process of the institution asking whether they should not be disclosed and was not conclusive.

C-39/05, [2007] EUECJ C-39/05 – O, C-52/05, [2007] EUECJ C-52/05 – O, Times 11-Jan-2008, [2008] EUECJ C-39/05, C-39/05P
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See AlsoTurco and Kingdom of Sweden (supported by Denmark, Finland and The Netherlands) v Council of the European Union (supported by Commission of the European Communities and United Kingdom) ECJ 1-Jul-2008
ECJ Appeals Access to documents of the institutions Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 Legal opinion. . .
CitedOffice of Communications v The Information Commissioner SC 27-Jan-2010
The parties disputed the publication of materials relating to the exact placement of mobile phone masts. The operators wanted the information excepted from disclosure for fear of criminal acts and also said that disclosure would breach their . .

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Updated: 03 January 2022; Ref: scu.262087