Notices for publication in the OJ nº T-366/09 of Court of First Instance of the European Communities, November 21, 2009

Resolution Date:November 21, 2009
Issuing Organization:Court of First Instance of the European Communities
Decision Number:T-366/09
SUMMARY

Action on the basis of an arbitration clause seeking a declaration of non-compliance of debit notes of 8 July 2009, by which the Commission demands reimbursement of the advances paid to the applicant, with clauses in the EL HIERRO, ECRES, OPET 1, OPET II, OPET OLA, ‘Sustainable Communities’, Respire, ISLANDS 2010 and Virtual Campus contracts, concluded under the specific programme for research,... (see full summary)

 
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Action brought on 17 September 2009 - Insula v Commission

(Case T-366/09)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Conseil scientifique international pour le développement des îles (Insula) (Paris, France) (represented by: J.-D. Simonet and P. Marsal, lawyers)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities

Form of order sought

declare the action admissible and well-founded;

declare that the Commission's demand for reimbursement of the sum of EUR 114 996.82 is unfounded and, consequently, order the Commission to issue a credit note in the sum of EUR 114 996.82;

declare that the Commission's demand for reimbursement of the sum of EUR 253 617.08 is well-founded in part and, consequently, order the Commission to issue a credit note in the sum of EUR 174 044.85;

order the Commission to pay damages of EUR 146 261.06;

in the alternative, declare that the applicant is entitled to compensation in the sum of EUR 573 273.42;

order the Commission to pay the costs.

Pleas in law and main arguments

By the present action, based on an...

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