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C 135/12 EN Official Journal of the European Communities 13.5.

2000

(2) Annul the Commission’s decision [C(1999) 2539 final] (1) service stations along the border with Germany) are to be
of 20 July 1999 or annul Articles 2 and 3 of the decision treated as constituting unlawful State aid within the
in so far as they provide, with reference to (one of) the meaning of Article 87(1) EC and/or must be repaid by the
applicants, that any amounts received by the applicant(s) applicant(s), and/or in so far as it follows from that decision
pursuant to the temporary arrangements (subsidies for that any amounts which may or must be paid to the
service stations along the border with Germany) are to be applicant(s) pursuant to the temporary arrangements are
treated as constituting unlawful State aid within the correctly classified as constituting unlawful aid for the
meaning of Article 87(1) EC and/or must be repaid by the purposes of Article 87(1) EC;
applicant(s), and/or in so far as it follows from that decision
that any amounts which may or must be paid to the (3) Order the Commission to pay the costs of the proceedings.
applicant(s) pursuant to the temporary arrangements are
correctly classified as constituting unlawful aid for the
purposes of Article 87(1) EC;
Pleas in law and main arguments
(3) Order the Commission to pay the costs of the proceedings.
The pleas in law and the main arguments are similar to those
in Case T-318/99.
Pleas in law and main arguments

The pleas in law and the main arguments are similar to those (1) OJ L 280 of 30.10.1999, p. 87.
in Case T-318/99.

(1) OJ L 280 of 30.10.1999, p. 87.

Action brought on 20 January 2000 by Jean Demaeght,


Théo Lippert, Ulrike Sinter, John Hambly and Kirsten
Lammar against the Court of Justice of the European
Communities
Action brought on 19 January 2000 by Auto- en Carosse-
riebedrijf Ambting B.V. and Others against the Com-
mission of the European Communities (Case T-19/00)

(Case T-15/00) (2000/C 135/24)

(2000/C 135/23)
(Language of the case: French)

(Language of the case: Dutch) An action against the Commission of the European Communi-
ties was brought before the Court of First Instance of the
European Communities on 20 January 2000 by Jean De-
An action against the Commission of the European Communi-
maeght, residing in Luxembourg, Théo Lippert, residing in
ties was brought before the Court of First Instance of the
Luxembourg, Ulrike Sinter, residing in Luxembourg, John
European Communities on 19 January 2000 by Auto- en
Hambly, residing at Bembridge (United Kingdom) and Kirsten
Carosseriebedrijf Ambting B.V. and Others, established in
Lammar, residing in Luxembourg, represented by Jean-Noël
Arnhem (Netherlands), represented by G. van der Wal, of the
Louis, Greta-Françoise Parmentier and Véronique Peere, of the
Brussels Bar, with an address for service in Luxembourg at the
Brussels Bar, with an address for service in Luxembourg at the
Chambers of A. May, 31 Grand-Rue.
offices of Société de Gestion Fiduciaire, 2-4 Rue Beck.

The applicants claim that the Court should:


The applicants claim that the Court should:
(1) Declare the action to be admissible;
— annul the decision of the Court of Justice of 18 November
(2) Annul the Commission’s decision [C(1999) 2539 final] (1) 1998 not to take any steps to comply with the judgment
of 20 July 1999 or annul Articles 2 and 3 of the decision of the Court of First Instance of 30 September 1998 in
in so far as they provide, with reference to (one of) the Case T-154/96;
applicants, that any amounts received by the applicant(s)
pursuant to the temporary arrangements (subsidies for — order the defendant to pay the costs.