Edited by Chiara Zilioli and Karl-Philipp Wojcik
Chapter 32: THE TRASTA KOMERCBANKA CASES: WITHDRAWALS OF BANKING LICENCES AND LOCUS STANDI
The issues underlying the Trasta case, although arising in the substantive framework of banking supervision, are not limited to such field but rather pertain to broader fundamental aspects concerning standing requirements to pursue a legal remedy in front of Union Courts. Confronted with the ultimate question of which parties, or representatives of parties, can bring an action for annulment under Article 263 TFEU, the Court of Justice interprets admissibility criteria in light of the right to effective judicial protection enshrined in Article 47 of the Charter.
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