||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 15 (Dec)
||Court of Justice of the European Union (Fourth Chamber)
Judges Bay Larsen (Acting President), Bonichot, Toader, Prechal (Rapporteur), Jarašiunas
||25 October 2012
European Union - Freedom of movement - Persons - Restriction on freedom - French national marrying Belgian national, moving to live in Belgium and applying for tideover allowance - Whether EU provisions precluding Belgian national provisions - EC Treaty, arts 12,17,18, 39 .
European Union Freedom of movement. The Court of Justice of the European Union made a ruling on art 39 EC, (on free movement of persons, services and capital), concerning the right to a tideover allowance for the benefit of young people looking for their first job in Belgium subject to the condition that the person concerned had completed at least six years' studies in an educational establishment of the host member state.
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