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Judicial and Academic Conference. Luxembourg, 27-28 September 1976. Reports

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Court of Justice of the European Communities Judicial and Academic Conference 27-28 September 1976 Reports :.UXEMBOURG StJ ' ~ ' • ~ ' .1> collsvs Text Box User Rectangle .. q Court of Justice I' of the European Communities ,...- Judicial and Academic Conference ~ ~\ ~ 27-28 September 1976, lu ~~t-ow·~// C, -:::;:: Reports __...- - LUXEMBOURG I. I. l C'i~ II collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box User Rectangle User Rectangle User Rectangle User Rectangle User Rectangle User Rectangle Note The original text of the Report (I) by Judge H. Kutscher, President of Chamber, was drawn up in German The original text of the Report (II) by Professor C. Hamson, Q.C., was drawn up in English The original text of the Report (III) by Mr F. Duman, First Advocate-General at the Belgian Cour de Cassation, was drawn up in French The original text of the Report (V) by Mr Advocate-General J.-P. Warner was drawn up in English The original text of the Report (VI) by Judge P. Pescatore was drawn up in French In view of the very short period of time within which the manuscripts had to be translated and printed, it was not possible for the authors to arrange for the translations of their texts to be revised. 2 Preface At the end of a period of activity of almost 25 years the Court of Justice of the European Communities took the initiative in inviting a new type of reflection upon its methods of interpretation. The time appeared to be particularly ripe in that, following the rise in the number of requests for preliminary rulings submitted under the Treaty of Rome, the European Court of Justice is receiving an ever-increasing number of questions concerning the interpretation of the Brussels Convention on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters. It was therefore of the greatest interest to the Court to bring together senior members of the judiciaries of the Member Sta

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