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Judgment of the Court of Justice of the EU in the joined cases Libert and Others (C-197/11) and All Projects & Developments and Others (C-203/11) on Citizenship of the Union

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On 8 May 2013, the Court of Justice of the EU gave its Judgment in Joined Cases C 197/11 and C-203/11, Eric Libert, Christian Van Eycken, Max Bleeckx, Syndicat national des propriétaires et copropriétaires ASBL, Olivier de Clippele v Gouvernement Flamand concerning the Flemish Decree on land and real estate policy. The Court decided that the Decree is contrary to EU law and that the condition that there exists a ‘sufficient connection’ between the prospective buyer of immovable property and the target commune constitutes an unjustified restriction on fundamental freedoms.
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Type: Report   Reference: I-078028   Date: 08/05/2013   Duration: 03:39
Personalities:   Skouris, Vassilios  
Location: Luxembourg [town] - Court of Justice of the EU  
Languages: ORIGINAL

Tags: Court of Justice of the EU | Flanders
RAPID: INFO PRESS,
© European Union, 2013   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
Director: Emmanuel Coundouris
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