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Document 62014FB0071

Case F-71/14: Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Third Chamber) of 30 April 2015 — Maraoud v EEAS (Civil Service — Staff of the EEAS — Member of the contractual staff — Mission in a third country — Workplace accident — Allowance for living conditions — Days of leave not taken — Reimbursement of healthcare — Failure to follow the pre-litigation procedure — Manifestly inadmissible)

OJ C 198, 15.6.2015, p. 50–50 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

15.6.2015   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 198/50


Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Third Chamber) of 30 April 2015 — Maraoud v EEAS

(Case F-71/14) (1)

((Civil Service - Staff of the EEAS - Member of the contractual staff - Mission in a third country - Workplace accident - Allowance for living conditions - Days of leave not taken - Reimbursement of healthcare - Failure to follow the pre-litigation procedure - Manifestly inadmissible))

(2015/C 198/68)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Hayet Maraoud (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: L.F. de Castro Fernandez and J.-L. Gillain, lawyers)

Defendant: European External Action Service (EEAS) (represented by: S. Marquardt and M. Silva, acting as Agents)

Re:

Application for annulment of the decision no longer to pay the allowance for living conditions (ALC), the additional payment (AP) based on the living conditions in the applicant’s place of employment and a daily allowance (DA) and to pay for 49 days’ leave not taken in respect of 2012 and a claim for compensation for the harm caused by a failure to offer aid or assistance and abandonment following the workplace accident suffered by the applicant.

Operative part of the order

1.

The action is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible.

2.

Ms Maraoud shall bear her own costs and pay the costs incurred by the European External Action Service.


(1)  OJ C 388, 3.11.2014, p. 29.


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