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Dunnett, D.R.R.(1994), p. 144.

80 Idem.

81 Idem., p. 145.

82 Case CNTA 74/74, p. 546, point 16.

83 This has been stated by Crombeen within the area of competition law. Within that field, examples of such interests might include the potential for loss or injury as a direct consequence of the alleged infringement. Crombeen, Iris L.P. (1998), p. 160.

84 Judicial review in relation to other organs is more general, according to Art. 220 EC the ECJ shall ensure that in the interpretation and application of the Treaty the law is observed.

85 Louis, Jean-Victor (1998), p. 10.

86 Brentford, Philip (1998), p. 99.

87 Nergelius, Joakim (1998), p. 147-148. With respect to the ECB it will be, at least in the beginning, more a question of a very marginal review. Idem.

88 Edwards, Geoffrey (1998), p. 121.

89 Idem., p. 125.

90 Idem., p. 131.

91 The best-known case is Manfred Brunner and Others v. the European Union Treaty, Bundesverfassungsgericht (2. Senat) 12.10.193, Cases 2 BvR 2134/92 and 2159/92. The case has also been published in (1994) 1 CML Reports 57, Vol 69(2), pp. 57-108.
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