Judgment of the Court of Justice, CIA Security International/Signalson and Securitel, Case C-194/94 (30 April 1996)

According to the Court of Justice, in its judgment of 30 April 1996, in Case C-194/94, CIA Security International/Signalson and Securitel, Articles 8 and 9 of the Directive laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations, under which Member States must notify the Commission of all draft technical regulations covered by the Directive and, except in particular urgent cases, suspend their adoption and implementation for specified periods, are to be interpreted as meaning that individuals may rely on them before the national court, which must decline to apply a national technical regulation which has not been notified in accordance with the Directive.

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Source: CVRIA. Jurisprudence: Accès numérique aux affaires. [ON-LINE]. [Luxembourg]: Cour de justice des Communautés européennes, [16.05.2006]. C-194/94. Available on http://curia.eu.int/en/content/juris/index.htm.

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