||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 94 (Aug)
||Court of Justice of the European Union (Grand Chamber)
Judges Skouris (President), Tizzano, Cunha Rodrigues, Lenaerts, Bonichot, Arabadjiev (Rapporteur) and Kasel (Presidents of Chambers), Silva de Lapuerta, Juhasz, Arestis, Ilesic, Toader and Safjan
||24 May 2011
European Union - Directives - Failure to fulfil obligations - Freedom of establishment - Notaries - Whether Federal Republic of Germany failing to fulfil obligations by imposing nationality condition for access to profession of notary - Council Directive (EC) 89/48 - Council Directive (EC) 2005/36 - EC Treaty, arts 43, 45.
European Union Directives. The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that by imposing a nationality condition for access to the profession of notary, the Federal Republic of Germany had failed to fulfil its obligations under art43 of the EC Treaty.
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