Case C-386/96 Dreyfus v Commission 
This case formed the ‘Dreyfus test’, the test as to whether a claimant is directly concerned, a requirement required of claimants who wish to review either legislative or regulatory acts.
To be directly concerned with an act/measure:
- There must be a direct link buy alprazolam bangkok between the the act and the damage inflicted on the claimant (legal situation directly affected)
- The act must not require discretion as to its implementation (i.e. where a measure needs implementing, it cannot be reviewed where direct concern is required)
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