Interpretation of EU LAW EC2201/2003 through European Court of Justice and SJ - DIR G JLS Team

La solicitud fue parcialmente exitosa.

Dear Legal Service,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Introduction:
As there are serious concerns about the qualification and independence of the DG JUST members Michael Shotter (a British Lawyer) and Joanna Serdynska in their interpretation of EU LAW EC2201/2003 (Brussels IIa) e.g. it seems they don't consult SJ when making decisions and interpretation about this law
(see: https://archive.org/details/20141111Brus... min 9:20) and
http://www.asktheeu.org/en/request/reque...
where DG JUST Shotter/Serdynska have never consulted SJ/Dir G — JLS Team (Justice, freedom and security, private law and criminal law)
before Joanna Serdynska '..said we cannot ..' but it seems they have never clarified this with SJ neither the DG JUST of the EU Commission has ever considered to start infringement proceedings against the Memberstate United Kindom

there is a need to get independet information.

When searching the EU court judgements:
http://curia.europa.eu/juris/documents.j...

it came out that there are always Agents from the EU Commission at the Court hearings.

Unfortunately DG JUST of the Commission
- seem to ignore the enforcement of the free moving court orders,
- has never recommended to bring such a issues to the EU Court
- neither they have informed about any decisions on this. Not to
-- to PETI Comitte,
-- to parents who suffer from EU laws where the EU Commission seems not to care about
-- neither they have started infringement proceedings.

Therefore I request:
(1) all documents about Brussels IIa (EC2201(2003) regulation work done in SJ
(2) Persons from SJ who worked for but also persons who joined the court cases who have been at the Luxembourg court hearings
(3) all Information within SJ about EC2201/2003 law where the subject of national enforcement of contact orders has been investigates, reviewed and decided. This includes court case (Luxembourg ans Strasbourg) who had an influence on this.
(4) information if there has ever been a member of SJ at the PETI comittee for clarification of EC2201/2003 and also Human rights issues when it came to child cases.
(Normally there are always members of DG JUST were I get more and more serious concerns)

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

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Dear Mr. Zinser,

 

In order to enable us to register your request, could you please confirm
that the following address is well your postal address:

 

Untere Gasse 4

D - 88456 Winterstettenstadt

 

Once we receive your reply, we will register your request.

 

Best regards,

 

 

LS Access to Documents Team
 
European Commission
Legal Service

B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2-299 11 11

[email address]

 

 

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Dear Legal Service,

use the following address:

Hauptstrasse 8
88427 Bad Schusenrid
Germany

Also make sure that all the documents are delivered electronically and OCR readable.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

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Dear Mr. Zinser,

 

I refer to your e-mail of 16/06/2015 in which you address an application
for access to documents, under Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public
access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (Official
Journal L145, 31.05.2001, page 43). Further to your email of 18/06/2015 by
which you confirmed your postal address, we have registered your request
for access to documents under reference number GestDem 2015/3313.

 

In accordance with Regulation 1049/2001, you will receive a response
within 15 working days. The time limit will expire on 13/07/2015. In case
this time limit needs to be extended, you will be informed in due time.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

LS Access to Documents Team
 
European Commission
Legal Service

B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2-299 11 11

[email address]

 

 

Dear Legal Service,

i am waiting for the answers.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

EC ARES NOREPLY, Servicio Jurídico

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[5]Ares(2015)2896408 - RE: Your request for access to documents -
reference GESTDEM 2015/3313

Sent by SJ ACCES DOCS <[email address]>. All responses have to
be sent to this email address.
Envoyé par SJ ACCES DOCS <[email address]> . Toutes les
réponses doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Mr. Zinser

 

we are working on your request which is a complex and labor intensive one.
I am writing to you today to inform you about the state of play of your
request.

 

Two of your questions

(2) Persons from SJ who worked for but also persons who joined the court
cases who have been at the Luxembourg court hearings

and

(4) information if there has ever been a member of SJ at the PETI
committee for clarification of EC2201/2003 and also Human rights issues
when it came to child cases.

 

can be considered requests for information. This information is public.  

 

As to your questions (2)  you can search and find this information in the
EUR-Lex database. For your help for searches in EUR-Lex I attach a Legal
Service internal help file which should allow you to better search in the
EUR-Lex database.

As to your question (4) we did not find a document in our archives which
states that a member of the Legal Service attended a meeting of the PETI
Committee. However, you may follow the work of the EP Committees which put
their meeting documents online. 

[6]http://www.europarl.europa.eu/

 

Having replied to two of your 4 questions we are rather busy to deal with
your huge document request

 

(1) all documents about Brussels IIa (EC2201(2003) regulation work done in
SJ

(3) all Information within SJ about EC2201/2003 law where the subject of
national enforcement of contact orders has been investigates, reviewed and
decided. This includes court case (Luxembourg and Strasbourg) who had an
influence on this.

 

We are on the point to finish establishing the list of documents we then
will have to examine according regulation 1049/2001.

 

Therefore we will first of all

1) extend the deadline of our reply according to article 7(3) of
regulation 1049/2001. The new deadline will expire on 4 August 2015.

2)  ask you to find together a fair solution in application of article 6
(3). We will present to you as soon as possible a list of documents for
which we will ask you to establish an order of priority in our treatment.

 

We hope that this information is useful for you and count on your
understanding.

 

Kind regards

 

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[7][email address]
Legal service website on Europa
[8]http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

 

 

 

 

 

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Dear EC ARES NOREPLY, Dear Mrs Arnold-Woertz,

thank you very much for the interim update/information.

As you wrote:
"The new deadline will expire on 4 August 2015."

Yours sincerely,

Vinzenz Zinser

Dear EC ARES NOREPLY, Dear Mrs Arnold-Woertz,

sorry I forgot to answer your 2nd point:

"2) ask you to find together a fair solution in application of article 6 (3). We will present to you as soon as possible a list of documents for which we will ask you to establish an order of priority in our treatment."

I am looking forward to review the information that will come from your side and then both parties should be able to find an agreement (which should help me to go ahead on this subject).

Yours sincerely,

Vinzenz Zinser

EC ARES NOREPLY, Servicio Jurídico

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[5]Ares(2015)3146432 - Your request for access to documents - reference
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Sent by SJ ACCES DOCS <[email address]>. All responses have to
be sent to this email address.
Envoyé par SJ ACCES DOCS <[email address]> . Toutes les
réponses doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Mr. Zinser

Referring to our partial and holding reply of 9 July 2015 I am pleased to
inform you that we have listed the documents we found in our archives
falling under the scope of your request, namely under point 1 which reads

(1) all documents about Brussels IIa (EC2201(2003) Regulation [=Council
Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003 concerning jurisdiction
and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters
and the matters of parental responsibility, repealing Regulation (EC) No
1347/2000] work done in SJ

 

You find the list of the 23 documents identified attached to this email.
Please be aware that the majority of the documents are written in French.

 

I'm writing to you in application of Regulation 1049/2001 article 6 (3) to
find a fair solution for handling the number of documents.

 

I suggest that we reply to you in bundles of 4 documents. You may indicate
the order in which you'd like us to handle them. As to the date of our
reply we suggest that we consider every bundle as a new request and apply
the procedure foreseen by Regulation 1049/2001. Our first reply will
therefore automatically trigger the handling of the next bundle of
documents.

 

One general remark: you ask for the Commission legal advice which has
contributed and led to the adoption of Regulation 2201/2003. As you know,
this is the final legal act that the Member states (MS) are bound to
apply. The information that you will partially find in the Commission
legal advice is of academic or historical nature today. Even in the case
where the final act differs from the legal advice given at the time this
does not change the legal act and the obligation of the MS.

 

In this context I'd like to kindly ask you to weigh up the limited added
value that you will get from the Legal Service documents against the
considerable work that you ask us to do. Having read the EP Petition
Committee documents from 29 August 2014, I am rather of the opinion that
you will not be able to use them in the UK because as said above the MS
are bound not by Commission Legal advice but by EU legal acts, in this
case Regulation 2201/2003.

 

In the third point of you request you ask for documents on "enforcement".
We did not find any of such documents in our archives. As to court cases
you must tell us the case number(s) which then allows us to see which
document(s) fall under the scope of you request.

 

Kind regards

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[6][email address]
Legal service website on Europa
[7]http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

 

 

 

 

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From: EC ARES NOREPLY [mailto:[email address]]
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 3:34 PM
To: Vinzenz Zinser
Cc: SJ ACCES DOCS
Subject: Ares(2015)3146432 - Your request for access to documents -
reference GESTDEM 2015/3313

 

[1]Ares(2015)3146432 - Your request for access to documents - reference
GESTDEM 2015/3313

 

Sent by SJ ACCES DOCS <[2][email address]>. All responses have
to be sent to this email address.

Envoyé par SJ ACCES DOCS <[3][email address]> . Toutes les
réponses doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

 

Dear Mr. Zinser

Referring to our partial and holding reply of 9 July 2015 I am pleased to
inform you that we have listed the documents we found in our archives
falling under the scope of your request, namely under point 1 which reads

(1) all documents about Brussels IIa (EC2201(2003) Regulation [=Council
Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003 concerning jurisdiction
and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters
and the matters of parental responsibility, repealing Regulation (EC) No
1347/2000] work done in SJ

 

You find the list of the 23 documents identified attached to this email.
Please be aware that the majority of the documents are written in French.

 

I'm writing to you in application of Regulation 1049/2001 article 6 (3) to
find a fair solution for handling the number of documents.

 

I suggest that we reply to you in bundles of 4 documents. You may indicate
the order in which you'd like us to handle them. As to the date of our
reply we suggest that we consider every bundle as a new request and apply
the procedure foreseen by Regulation 1049/2001. Our first reply will
therefore automatically trigger the handling of the next bundle of
documents.

 

One general remark: you ask for the Commission legal advice which has
contributed and led to the adoption of Regulation 2201/2003. As you know,
this is the final legal act that the Member states (MS) are bound to
apply. The information that you will partially find in the Commission
legal advice is of academic or historical nature today. Even in the case
where the final act differs from the legal advice given at the time this
does not change the legal act and the obligation of the MS.

 

In this context I'd like to kindly ask you to weigh up the limited added
value that you will get from the Legal Service documents against the
considerable work that you ask us to do. Having read the EP Petition
Committee documents from 29 August 2014, I am rather of the opinion that
you will not be able to use them in the UK because as said above the MS
are bound not by Commission Legal advice but by EU legal acts, in this
case Regulation 2201/2003.

 

In the third point of you request you ask for documents on "enforcement".
We did not find any of such documents in our archives. As to court cases
you must tell us the case number(s) which then allows us to see which
document(s) fall under the scope of you request.

 

Kind regards

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[4][email address]
Legal service website on Europa
[5]http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

 

 

 

 

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Dear Legal Service,

if reference to your message: "You find the list of the 23 documents identified attached to this email. Please be aware that the majority of the documents are written in French.

I'm writing to you in application of Regulation 1049/2001 article 6 (3) to find a fair solution for handling the number of documents.

I suggest that we reply to you in bundles of 4 documents. You may indicate the order in which you'd like us to handle them. As to the date of our reply we suggest that we consider every bundle as a new request and apply the procedure foreseen by Regulation 1049/2001. Our first reply will therefore automatically trigger the handling of the next bundle of documents."

in general I agree. We all do our work. For now I would like to have the document numbers: 17,19,20 and 23.

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17. JUR(2008)072673
PROPOSAL FOR A COUNCIL REG AMENDING REG EC/2201/2003 REGARDS JURIDICTION AND INTRODUCING RULES CONCERNING APPLICABLE LAW IN MATRIMONIAL MATTTERS - CONSEQUENCES OF THE DECISION OF UK AND IRELAND NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ADOPTION OF THE ROME III PROPOSAL AS 0F 13/02/2008

19. JUR(2008)050253 SIGNATURE DE LA CONVENTION DU CONSEIL D'EUROPE SUR LES RELATIONS PERSONNELLES DE L'ENFANT DU 15 MAI 2003 AS 0F 24/09/200

20. JUR(2008)070238 Proposal for a COUNCIL REGULATION on negotiation and conclusion of agreements between Member States and third countries covering jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments and decisions in matters relating to family law, including maintenance obligations, and applicable law in matters relating to maintenance obligations (CONSULT6394697397) AS OF 24/11/2008

23. Ares(2014)643529 Answer from the Legal Service to the consultation on Bruxelles II bis - Report - ref JUST A1 Ares (2014)4322572014-03-07 AS OF 2014-03-07

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Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Dear Legal Service, Dear BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ (Head of Sector InfoDoc)

i tried to cooperate and had requested 4 of the listed documents. I cannot see that you have provided these documents as this is your duty in serving the EU citizens, according to EU law.

Kindly let me know what you have provided and when you have served my request ?

Currently i see strong indications for maladministration.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

Dear Mr. Zinser

Yes you are right
We are outside and far over the deadline foreseen by regulation 1049/2001.

We are very sorry for not being able to deal with all the requests for access to documents in a swift and straightforward way and according to the regulation.
However, it is a question of resources which for the moment do not correspond to the workload.

Your request will be dealt

I still count on your understanding

Kind regards

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[email address]
Legal service website on Europa
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

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Dear Mr. Zinser
 
Please find attached the first reply of the Legal Service to your request
for access to documents.
 
As agreed you can now ask for the next bundle of 4 documents on the list
attached to our email ARES(2015)3146432.
 
Let me again apologize for this enormous delay in handling your request.
 
Kind regards 
 
 
BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[1][email address]
Legal service website on Europa
[2]http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...
 
 
 
 

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Dear Legal Service,

the request has been done on 16th July 2015. It took until 20th January 2016 when the 1st part of the questions has been answered. I had asked several times but nothing was done.

In the meantime a father has been blamed from the PETI Chair Cecilia Wikström for his FOI requests. These FOI requests were necessary because the EU Ombudsman has rejected to investigate in saying there is an ongoing Petition.

Even worse, the Petition comittee has not investigated maladministration within the EU Commission (Departement Shotter).

Finally the petition committee has closed a Petition, in saying nothing can be done.
https://archive.org/details/20151203Euro...

I request an immediate answer for the whole FOI request as this case has to go to the European Court of Justice.

If you are not willing to answer immediately the full FOI request, let me know. Then I have to look for other solutions.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

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Dear Mr. Zinser
 
We acknowledge receipt of your email below which we registered today, 24
Feb 2016 together with our acknowledgement of receipt.
 
According to the fair solution of last year (Ares(2015)3146432) and to our
first reply (Ares(2016)304525) where we invited you to indicate the next 4
documents on the list (list attached) you wanted to be handled next, we
now proceed in chronological order in absence of any order you indicated.
 
Therefore, we will start to examine the documents number 1 to 4 on the
list.
For your information, we register again your request of documents in order
to keep it on our "radar" in our overall access to document requests.
 
Your access to document request concerns the 4 following documents
JUR(2000)006537, JUR(2001)006578, JUR(2001)006785 and JUR(2001)035287.
It is registered under GESTDEM 2016/0899 (linked to GESTDEM 2015/3313). 
The deadline of our reply is 16 March 2016
 
 
Your sincerely
BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[1][email address]
Legal service website on Europa
[2]http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...
 

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Dear Legal Service,
as already mentioned, this system of parental root cutting has to be demonstrated to the European Citizens and the courts. You had enough time.
See also:
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Dear Legal Service,
the request has been done on 16th July 2015. It took until 20th
January 2016 when the 1st part of the questions has been answered.
I had asked several times but nothing was done.
In the meantime a father has been blamed from the PETI Chair
Cecilia Wikström for his FOI requests. These FOI requests were
necessary because the EU Ombudsman has rejected to investigate in
saying there is an ongoing Petition.
Even worse, the Petition comittee has not investigated
maladministration within the EU Commission (Departement Shotter).
Finally the petition committee has closed a Petition, in saying
nothing can be done.
https://archive.org/details/20151203Euro...
I request an immediate answer for the whole FOI request as this
case has to go to the European Court of Justice.
If you are not willing to answer immediately the full FOI request,
let me know. Then I have to look for other solutions.
Yours faithfully,
Vinzenz Zinser
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PLEASE ANSWER THE FULL REQUEST ASAP.
YOUR 'PARTY', WHICH HAS TAKEN FROM 16TH JULY 2015 UNTIL 20JANUAR 2016 (6 MONTHS) IN NOT EVEN ANSWERING ALL, WHILST YOU SHOULD HAVE ANSWERED WITHIN 21 WORKING DAYS, IS OVER.

THIS POSSIBLE ABUSE OF TRUST THROUGH THE EU COMMISSON WILL HOPEFULLY BE AN EYE-OPENER FOR OTHER EU CITIZENS AND EU TAXPAYERS.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

Dear Mr. Zinser

We are busy with dealing with your above mentioned request.

However we will not be able to reply to you today, deadline of our reply to you.
We will reply to you as soon as possible.

We apologize for this delay.

Kind regards

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47

[email address]
Legal service website on Europa
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

Dear Legal Service,

this FOI request thas been made on 16 June 2015. There was cooperation from my side. It seems this cooperation was abused to delay further. And still its not done.

More and more I get the impression that the EU Commission - especially DG Justice - is not qualified to answer questions (e.g. in PETI hearings) and decide about violations of EU law. (see comments in PETI hearings from Margarete Tuite, Joanna Serdynska and Mr Grubisic etc).

EU citizens could get the impression that the EU Commission themself has given order to the legal service department to delay further and to avoid answers. Answers that could finally inform European Cititzens about maladministration within the EU commission.

Dear Mrs Arnold Woertz, as the responsible person, hereby I again remind you to answer my FOI request ASAP.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

Dear Mr. Zinser

I entirely understand your point of view.
We will do our best to reply to you as quickly as possible.

Kind regards

Brigitte Arnold-Woertz

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Dear Mr. Zinser

Please find attached the reply to your above mentioned request.

According to the list of documents you asked access to there are 15 documents remaining.

Today we register a request for the next 8 documents on the list

This registration has the GESTDEM number 2016/1901
The deadline for our reply is the 4 May 2016.

Kind regards

Brigitte Arnold-Woertz
Head of Sector InfoDoc
 
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[email address]
Legal service website on Europa
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

Dear Legal Service,

it seems there is more cooperation now. I wonder why it took so long to publish these documents but i see the is progress. I will wait for the next documents.

Yours faithfully,

Vinzenz Zinser

Servicio Jurídico

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Dear Mr Zinser,

 

As you were informed, the Commission's Legal Service is dealing with the
3^rd batch of your request concerning eight legal opinions relating to
Brussels IIa.

 

The reply to your request has already been submitted for signature by the
competent persons. Therefore, we will be sending this reply to you by the
beginning of next week.

 

We apologise for this delay.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Maria SKYLODIMOU

 

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European Commission
Legal Service

BERL 03/004
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium

+32 229 - 13639
[2]Maria.SKYLODIMOU[3]@ec.europa.eu

 

 

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Dear Mr. Zinser

Please find attached the reply to your above mentioned request.

According to the list of documents you asked access to there are 7 documents remaining.

Today we register a request for the last 7 documents on the list

This registration has the GESTDEM number 2016/2658
The deadline for our reply is the 3 June 2016.

Kind regards

BRIGITTE ARNOLD-WOERTZ
Head of Sector InfoDoc
European Commission
Legal Service
Information and Documentation (InfoDoc) 
BERL 1/90
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 08 47
[email address]
Legal service website on Europa
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/legal_service/in...

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Dear Mr. Zinser,

The extended deadline to reply to your request for access to documents at
subject expires today. Unfortunately, the Legal Service will not be in a
position to send you the reply within this extended deadline.

 

However, we would like to inform you that the response to your request has
already been submitted for approval to the competent persons and we expect
that we will be able to send it to you very shortly.

We apologise for any inconvenience this delay may cause you .

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Maria SKYLODIMOU

 

[1]cid:image001.gif@01D1747B.A20B1610
European Commission
Legal Service

BERL 03/004
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium

+32 229 - 13639
[2]Maria.SKYLODIMOU[3]@ec.europa.eu

 

 

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Dear Legal Service,

do you have an expected date for delivery ?

Yours faithfully,

Klaus Zinser

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Dear Mr. Zinser,

 

Thank you for your e-mail. The response to your request has been submitted
for approval to the competent persons.

We expect  that we will be able to send it to you in the course of next
week.

 

We apologise for any inconvenience this delay may cause you .

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Maria SKYLODIMOU

 

[1]cid:image001.gif@01D1747B.A20B1610
European Commission
Legal Service

BERL 03/004
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium

+32 229 - 13639
[2]Maria.SKYLODIMOU[3]@ec.europa.eu

 

 

 

 

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Dear Mr Zinser,

 

 

Please find enclosed a  copy of the Legal Service's reply to your request
for access to documents together with its enclosures.

 

The original version of the reply will be sent to you by certified mail.
Please note that the enclosures are transmitted only by e-mail.

 

 

Kind regards,

 

Maria SKYLODIMOU

 

[1]cid:image001.gif@01D1747B.A20B1610
European Commission
Legal Service

BERL 03/004
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium

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