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December 06, 2007


Official Languages, No Translation, No Enforceability: Case C-161/06

Now here is a curious case ! In its judgment in Case C-161/06 Skoma-Lux the Court of Justice held that the obligations contained in EC legislation which has not been published in the Official Journal in the language of the member State in which enforcement is sought cannot be enforced in that State.

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