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CJEU Case C-326/16 / Opinion

LL v European Parliament

Policy area:
Institutional affairs
Deciding Body type:
Court of Justice of the European Union
Deciding Body:
Advocate General
Decision date:

Key facts of the case:

Appeal — Action for annulment — Former Member of the European Parliament — Decision to recover allowances relating to the performance of parliamentary duties — Action for annulment — Admissibility — Procedure for complaining to the bodies of the European Parliament — Article 72 of the Implementing Measures for the Statute for Members of the European Parliament — Notification of the decision adversely affecting a Member of the European Parliament — Registered letter not collected by its addressee — Time limit for instituting proceedings — Sixth paragraph of Article 263 TFEU

Outcome of the case:

In the light of the foregoing, I propose that the Court should uphold the appeal, set aside the order of 19 April 2016, LL v Parliament (T‑615/15, not published, EU:T:2016:432), and refer the case back to the General Court, reserving the costs.