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BSRIA disappointed by ECJ VAT ruling
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BSRIA disappointed by ECJ VAT ruling

Published: 3 August 2015 - 13:36 The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the UK has failed to comply with the VAT Directive as it has applied a reduced rate of VAT to the supply and installation of energy saving materials for ... ACR News, 9 hours ago
Opposition to VAT increase for energy-saving materials Energy and Environmental Management, 5 days ago
Prague Post

France sent to ECJ over aid to budget airlines

Money was to have been recovered a year ago; case has been appealed The European Commission has referred France to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for failing to recover nearly €10 million of illegal state aid to budget airlines Ryanair and ...
 Prague Post4 days ago EC sues France re: aid to Ryanair; LCC strong in Q1  Travel Retail Business6 days ago

The VAT treatment of a virtual currency exchange: opinion Advocate General Kokott

the opinion of Advocate General Kokott in the first ECJ bitcoin case (David Hedqvist) was published. Facts In this case it concerned David Hedqvist, who planned operating the Swedish bitcoin exchange service on his website "".
 Lexology1 week ago Are #Bitcoin currency exchange services subject to VAT? The opinion of the Advocate General  Lexology1 week ago The Role of the Advocate General and its constitutional context  Government UK1 month ago

Antitrust and competition the EU weekly briefing (27 July 2015)

EU Competition ECJ preliminary ruling on whether number of people affected impacts the application of Article 101. On 16 July 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its ruling on a preliminary reference from a Romanian court on ...
 Lexology6 days ago

ECJ case on deduction of input VAT on free supplies

The European VAT is an indirect tax system, it is designed to tax private consumption of goods and services. In short the system works as follows: Company A supplies goods or services to company B and charges company B with the applicable VAT.
 Lexology1 week ago HMRC rules out VAT rise in this parliament  Solar Power Portal1 month ago VAT updates: June 2015  Accountancy Live2 months ago

ECJ ruling clarifies deterioration under Water Frame-work Directive

the European Court of Justice (ECJ) rendered its long-awaited judgment interpreting the EU Water Framework Directive 2000/60 (WFD). The ECJ ruled that the environmental objectives of the WFD are not merely objectives for management planning but also ...
 Lexology1 week ago Implementation of Water Framework Directive  Lexology1 week ago
Social Dashboard

ECJ to rule on the type of service Uber provides

A Spanish judge has asked Europe's top court if online taxi-hailing app Uber is a "mere transport service" or a digital service, as the US start-up claims, in a case that could set a precedent for legal battles across the continent. A judge in ...
 RTE Online2 weeks ago Search is on for new Maltese ECJ judge  Times of Malta2 weeks ago ECJ judge faces potential censure  Social Dashboard1 month ago Spanish judge dodges the ultimate question is Uber a taxi company?  The Register1 week ago

Lutz v Bäuerle: Article 13 protection clarified

Background Application of Article 13 ECJ decision Comment Background The European Court of Justice (ECJ) recently provided useful guidance on how to interpret Article 13 of the EU Insolvency Regulation. Previously, the ECJ had held that ...
 Lexology2 weeks ago
Irish Medical Times

HSE: EWTD obligations unaffected

Gary Culliton analyses implications of the European Court of Justice's dismissal of Advocate General at the ECJ Yves Bot's March advice that Ireland is in breach of the Working Time Directive. The IMO has expressed disappointment at the judgement ...
 Irish Medical Times2 weeks ago European court backs Ireland on junior doctor hours  Irish Times3 weeks ago Working time law on the move  Lexology1 month ago Working Time for mobile workers  Payroll Help1 month ago

UK: High Court refers POC tax legislation to the European Court of Justice

The High Court has made a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union ( ECJ ), seeking guidance on issues raised by the British Government's decision to impose a point-of consumption duty on gambling operators deriving revenue from UK ...
 Lexology2 weeks ago
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