Two remarkable sentences by the European Court

Reply Tue 13 May, 2003 06:09 am
1.) The principle of freedom to provide services precludes Netherlands legislation requiring prior authorisation for non-hospital care provided in another Member State by a non-contracted provider.

By contrast, in the case of hospital care, the requirement for prior authorisation is justified.


2.) The Court finds against the Spanish and United Kingdom rules regulating special shares ("golden shares").

The arrangements applicable to the undertakings Repsol, Telefónica, Argentaria, Tabacalera, Endesa and BAA are precluded by the principle of free movement of capital.


I don't know, why the link isn't showing up correctly above: you have to copy and paste the COMPLETE line!
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Reply Fri 17 Mar, 2006 11:52 am
That's more than two sentences...
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Walter Hinteler
Reply Fri 17 Mar, 2006 12:00 pm
DrewDad wrote:
That's more than two sentences...

I suppose, it grew up during the years :wink:
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