Judgment of the Court of Justice of the EC in Joined Cases Arthur Wiedemann/Land Baden-Württemberg (C-329/06) and Peter Funk/Stadt Chemnitz (C-343/06) on freedom of establishment

Type: Report   Reference: I-058050   Duration: 11:04:14  Lieu:
End production: 26/06/2008   First transmission: 26/06/2008
The European Court of Justice decided that Germany must in principle recognise Czech driving licences issued to its nationals after their German licenses have been withdrawn. Germany may, however, refuse to recognise those licences if it is apparent from the Czech licences or from information supplied by the Czech Republic that those nationals were not normally resident in the Czech Republic when those licences were issued.

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11:03:19 Title 00:00:04
11:03:24 General atmosphere outside the court room (2 shots) 00:00:10
11:03:34 General atmosphere inside the court room (3 shots) 00:00:24
11:03:58 Judges entering the court room 00:00:16
11:04:14 Allan Rosas, Judge at the Court of Justice of the EC, (in GERMAN) reading the judgement in Joined Cases Arthur Wiedemann/Land Baden-Württemberg (C-329/06) and Peter Funk/Stadt Chemnitz (C-343/06) on freedom of establishment 00:08:31
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