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Ex officio application of EC law by national courts of law in tax cases, discretionary authority or an obligation?

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Ex officio application of EC law by national courts of law in tax cases, discretionary authority or an obligation?
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Ex officio application of EC law by national courts of law in tax cases, discretionary authority or an obligation?
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Summary
This article explains the applicable Community procedural framework as developed by the ECJ, which can be considered as a minimum harmonization of the national procedural law provisions of the various Member States. Subsequently, the conditions under which a domestic court is obliged to apply EC law of its own initiative are discussed. For illustration purposes the Dutch procedural rules in tax cases are assessed within the Community procedural framework
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In: EC tax review. - Alphen aan den Rijn. - Vol. 18 (2009),
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  • Dam, J.J. van
  • Eijsden, J.A.R. van
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • ECJ case law
  • procedural tax law
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Ex officio application of EC law by national courts of law in tax cases, discretionary authority or an obligation?
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