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Direktīva 2004/38 par Savienības pilsoņu un viņu ģimenes locekļu tiesībām brīvi pārvietoties un uzturēties {PDF}

Eiropas Savienības Tiesas judikatūra:


Lieta 26/62 Van Gend en Loos

 the Treaty Establishing the European Economic Community were capable of creating legal rights which could be enforced by both natural and legal persons


Lieta 41/74 Van Duyn

concerning the free movement of workersbetween member states


Lieta 120/78 Rewe-Zentral AG v Bundesmonopolverwaltung für Branntwein (Cassis de Dijon)

effect equivalent to a quantitative  import restriction  is an unlawful restriction on the free movement of goods


Lieta 283/81 CILFIT

The  Court of Justice  held that a national court of last instance is under no obligation to refer when the issue is acte clair or when the ECJ has already ruled on the question of interpretation referred by the national court.


Lieta 112/84 Humbolt

TAX PROVISIONS - INTERNAL TAXATION - SYSTEM OF DIFFERENTIAL TAXATION ON CARS - PROGRESSIVE TAX REPLACED IN THE CASE OF CARS EXCEEDING A GIVEN FISCAL POWER RATING BY A CONSIDERABLY HIGHER SPECIAL TAX - SPECIAL TAX IMPOSED IN PRACTICE SOLELY ON IMPORTED CARS - PROHIBITION - DISCRIMINATORY OR PROTECTIVE EFFECT


Lieta C-132/88 Commission v. Greece

 A system of progressive taxation of cars in which there is a cylinder-capacity threshold above which the progression of the tax is much steeper and a very small difference in cylinder capacity gives rise to a very large difference in tax has neither a discriminatory nor a protective effect in so far as consumers wishing to avoid the high taxation


Lieta C-188/89 Foster v. British Gas

organisations in the private or public sector can be regarded as an organ of the state


Lietas C-267 un C-268/91 Keck

Is the prohibition in France of resale at a loss under Article 32 of Order No 86-1243 of 1 December 1986 compatible with the principles of the free movement of goods, services and capital, free competition in the Common Market and non-discrimination on grounds of nationality laid down in the Treaty >


Lietas C-46/93 and C-48/93 Brasserie

concerning state liability for breach of the law in the European Union.


Lieta C-129/96 Inter-Environnement Wallonie

The second paragraph of Article 5 and the third paragraph of Article 189 of the EEC Treaty, and Directive 91/156, require the Member States to which that directive is addressed to refrain, during the period laid down therein for its implementation, from adopting measures liable seriously to compromise the result prescribed.


Lieta C-99/00 Lyckeskog

precludes national administrative instructions or practices which impose binding quantitative limits on relief from customs duties or which would have the effect of creating an irrebuttable presumption that the importation concerned is commercial by reason of the quantity of goods imported.


Lieta C-144/04 Mangold

It is unnecessary to wait for a Directive to have been implemented before making a claim to have caused discrimination.


Lieta C-142/05 Mickelsson and Roos


Lieta C-34/09 Zambrano

LESD 20. pants ir jāinterpretē tādējādi, ka tas nepieļauj to, ka dalībvalsts, pirmkārt, atsaka trešās valsts pilsonim, kura apgādībā ir nepilngadīgi bērni, kuri ir Savienības pilsoņi, piešķirt tiesības uzturēties dalībvalstī, kurā dzīvo pēdējie minēti un kas ir pēdējo minēto pilsonības dalībvalsts, un, otrkārt, atsaka minētajam trešās valsts pilsonim piešķirt darba atļauju, tiktāl, ciktāl šādi lēmumi atņemtu minētajiem bērniem iespēju faktiski izmantot ar Savienības pilsoņa statusu saistītās tiesības.