Digest of case-law relating to the European Communities
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COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
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Digest of case-law
relating to the
European Communities
A Series
EEC-ECSC-EAEC
COURT OF JUSTICE DIGEST OF CASE-LAW - A SERIES COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
Digest
of case-law relating
to the European Communities
A SERIES
Judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Communi­
ties excluding cases connected with then civil service
and cases on the Convention of 27 September 1968 on Jurisdic­
tion and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commer­
cial Matters.
Issue 1 — March 1983
Cases from 1977 to 1980 Issue 1 was prepared, under the direction of Hans-Wolfram Daig and Sergio Neri suc­
cessively, by the Research and Documentation Division, the head of which is Luigia
Maggioni.
This publication is also available in the following languages:
DA ISBN 92-829-0059-2
DEN 92-829-0060-6
FR ISBN 92-829-0062-2
ITN 92-829-0063-0
NL ISBN 92-829-0064-9
Cataloguing data can be found at the end of this publication
Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1984
ISBN 92-829-0061-4
Complete edition (A to D series): ISBN 92-829-0033-9
Catalogue number: DX-36-82-192-EN-C
© Court of Justice of the European Communities, 1982
Printed in the FR of Germany Preface
The Digest of case­law relating to the European Communities is divided into
four series.
The first of those series (the A Series) is devoted to the whole of the case­law of
the Court of Justice, with the exception of decisions concerning the Staff Regula­
tions of Officials and decisions concerning the Convention of 2 7 September 1968
on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Mat­
ters (otherwise known as the "Brussels Convention"). The Β Series will deal with
decisions of the courts of Member States relating to Community law. The C Se­
ries will be devoted to the case­law of the Court of Justice concerning the Staff Re­
gulations of Officials and the D Series, which appeared in 1981, contains deci­
sions both of the Court of Justice and of national courts relating to the Brussels
Convention.
I have the privilege of presenting, on the occasion of its publication, the A Series.
In the introduction to the D Series my predecessor, President Hans Kutscher,
stated in excellent terms the purpose of the Digest. By providing extensive infor­
mation on the whole of the case­law relating to the Treaties and to the secondary
legislation, the Digest seeks to contribute to the development of the cooperation
which those Treaties established between the Court of Justice and national courts
and, more widely, to promote knowledge of Community law throughout the legal
world. In this way the Court of Justice is acting in accordance with a desire ex­
pressed by the Council of Ministers in its Resolution of 9 October 1978.
For the time being, the A Series commences with the year 1977. The reason for
that is to be found in the circumstance that the Digest continues, albeit in a
different form, the work performed until 1976 through the Compendium of
case­law relating to the European Communities compiled by H. J. Eversen and
H. Speri. Since, however, the conception of the two works is different, the A Series
will subsequently not only be continued for the future but also completed for the
period prior to 1977.
The Digest has been produced by the Library, Research and Documentation Di­
rectorate of the Court of Justice with the assistance of the Translation Director­
ate. Those two departments have devoted great energy to that task and deserve
our gratitude and our congratulations. I am happy to be able to express those sen­
timents. I am convinced that the Digest will constitute an effective working docu­
Issue ¡/March 1983 ment for all who have an interest in Community law, because it responds ade­
quately to the need for all lawyers to familiarize themselves with afield of law
which each day penetrates more profoundly into the daily life of individuals and
undertakings.
Luxembourg, November 1982
J. MERTENS DE WILMARS
President of the Court of Justice
of the European Communities
Issue 1/March 1983
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