Decisions in Individual Cases
This chapter covers ‘unilateral’ determinations, not only those of European Union institutions and bodies, but also decisions by Member States when implementing European law through their administrative apparatuses. Such determinations comprise the full range of regulatory, distributive, supervisory, and enforcing decisions by administrative officials addressed both to individuals and to other public authorities on European or national level. Questions of their validity, revocation, and reversal, and the relationship between unilateral determinations and negotiated outcomes, in the form of agreements, are central to the legal understanding of the operation of the legal-administrative system of the Union. A particular matter of keen interest here is that of the transterritorial effect of Member State decisions within the framework of EU administrative law.
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