Acte Clair is the term for when a national court considers that the answer to a question of Community law is so clear that it declines to make a reference to the European Court of Justice. There are however not many occasions when a national court does declare an Acte Clair, and this page of our website aims to let you the latest questions which have been referred to the ECJ for determination:
On 20 October 2009, the English Court of Appeal referred Budejovicky Budvar Narodni Podnik v Anheuser-Busch Inc  EWCA Civ 1022 to the ECJ a number of questions regarding the meaning of “acquiesced”.
These questions include:
Written by Administrator Saturday, 15 May 2010 14:56