Unibet (London) Ltd, Unibet (International) Ltd v Justitie-kanslern (Freedom To Provide Services): ECJ 13 Mar 2007

(Grand Chamber) Principle of judicial protection National legislation not providing for a self-standing action to challenge the compatibility of a national provision with Community law Procedural autonomy Principles of equivalence and effectiveness Interim protection. ‘it is for the national courts to interpret the procedural rules governing actions brought before them, such as the requirement for there to be a specific legal relationship between the applicant and the State, in such a way as to enable those rules, wherever possible, to be implemented in such a manner as to contribute to the attainment of the objective, referred to at paragraph 37 above, of ensuring effective judicial protection of an individual’s rights under Community law.’
[2006] EUECJ C-432/05 – O, [2007] All ER (D) 217, C-432/05, [2007] ECR I-2271, ECLI:EU:C:2007:163
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Citing:
OpinionUnibet (London) Ltd, Unibet (International) Ltd v Justitie-kanslern (Freedom To Provide Services) ECJ 30-Nov-2006
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Updated: 08 February 2021; Ref: scu.278676