Case-law Database

The FRA Case-law Database provides a compilation of Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) case law with direct references to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

It also contains a selection of national case law with direct references to the Charter from all EU Member States.

The data include a formal reference to the decisions, judgments and opinions, an abstract in English, excerpts of the paragraphs where the Charter is quoted, and if available a link to the full text document.

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Czech Republic / Supreme Administrative Court / Ref. 5 As 57/2010 - 79

Right to privacy and Right to information
27/05/2011
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Czechia

Key facts of the case:

Supreme Administrative Court Decision focuses on the conflict of the right to privacy and right to information, related to the publication of salaries of state employees.

Results (sanctions) and key consequences or implications of the...

EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 61/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Greece
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to Greek legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept the Greek argument that this restriction was covered by Article 45 (1) TEC (now Article 51 [1...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 50/08 / Judgment

European Commission v French Republic
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to French legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept the French argument that this restriction was covered by Article 45 (1) TEC (now Article 51 [...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 47/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Belgium
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to Belgian legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept the Belgian argument that this restriction was covered by Article 45 (1) TEC (now Article 51...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 54/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Germany
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to German legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries (which exists all over Germany with the exception of a part of the Land of Baden-Württemberg) was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 53/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Austria
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to Austrian legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept the Austrian argument that this restriction was covered by Article 45 (1) TEC (now Article...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 52/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Portugal
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to Portuguese legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted in a way the Commission assessed as being contrary to provisions of Directive 2005/36; therefore, Portugal was charged before CJ of...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - C 51/08 / Judgment

European Commission v Luxembourg
24/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
Decision
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
According to Luxembourg legislation, access to the liberal profession of notaries was restricted to nationals. The Commission did not accept the Luxembourgian argument that this restriction was covered by Article 45 (1) TEC (now...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

CJEU - Joined cases C 267/10 and C 268/10 / Order

André Rossius and Marc Collard v Belgium
23/05/2011
Court of Justice of the European Union
EU
Key facts of the case:
 
Two members of the Belgian army were, apparently in accordance with the internal army provisions and the consent of their superiors, involved in selling of tobacco products, a fact which was considered by the customs authorities...
EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 

Austria / Supreme Administrative Court / 2011/04/0043

(a) An anonymised bidder consortium (b) Federal Procurement Authority (Bundesvergabeamt) (c) Several anonymised involved parties (d) Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Youth (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft, Familie und Jugend)
12/05/2011
National Court/Tribunal
Decision
Austria

Key facts of the case:

One of the (anonymised) parties mentioned under “Parties (c)” above won a public tender for the general refurbishment of the S6 Semmering highway on 31 July 2007. The award of the tender was delivered to the bidder consortium mentioned under “...

EU Charter Article(s) referenced: 
ECHR Article(s) referenced: 

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