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CY v ECB
CY v ECB
Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Third Chamber) of 5 November 2014.
CY v European Central Bank (ECB).
Death of the applicant - Reopening of the oral procedure - Legal successor choosing not to resume the proceedings - No need to adjudicate.
ORDER OF THE EUROPEAN UNION CIVIL SERVICE TRIBUNAL
5 November 2014
European Central Bank (ECB)
‛Death of the applicant — Reopening of the oral procedure — Legal successor choosing not to resume the proceedings — No need to adjudicate’
pursuant to Article 36.2 of the Protocol on the Statute of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank, annexed to the EU Treaty and to the FEU Treaty, in which CY sought, in essence, first, the annulment of the decision of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank (ECB) of 18 December 2012 closing the internal administrative inquiry opened following her complaint of psychological harassment and the annulment of that inquiry and of the inquiry report drawn up once it had finished and, secondly, the grant of EUR 50 000 by way of compensation for the harm allegedly suffered by her, essentially in connection with the conduct of her line manager.
There is no longer any need to rule on the action. Each party is to bear its own costs.
* Judicial proceedings — Action rendered devoid of purpose — Death of the applicant and proceedings not resumed by the legal successors — No need to adjudicate
(Rules of Procedure of the Civil Service Tribunal, Art. 85(1))