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Document E2005J0003

Judgment of the Court of 3 May 2006 in Case E-3/05 — EFTA Surveillance Authority v The Kingdom of Norway (Failure of a Contracting Party to fulfil its obligations — free movement of workers — social security for migrant workers with family members residing in an EEA State other than the State of employment — regional residence requirement for family benefits — Article 73 of Regulation EEC 1408/71 — Article 7(2) of Regulation EEC 1612/68 — discrimination — justification on grounds of promoting sustainable settlement)

OJ C 297, 7.12.2006, p. 51–51 (ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, LT, HU, NL, PL, PT, SK, SL, FI, SV)

7.12.2006   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 297/51


JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

of 3 May 2006

in Case E-3/05

EFTA Surveillance Authority v The Kingdom of Norway

(Failure of a Contracting Party to fulfil its obligations — free movement of workers — social security for migrant workers with family members residing in an EEA State other than the State of employment — regional residence requirement for family benefits — Article 73 of Regulation EEC 1408/71 — Article 7(2) of Regulation EEC 1612/68 — discrimination — justification on grounds of promoting sustainable settlement)

(2006/C 297/18)

In Case E-3/05, EFTA Surveillance Authority v the Kingdom of Norway –APPLICATION for a declaration that the Kingdom of Norway has failed to fulfil its obligations pursuant to Article 73 of the Act referred to at point 1 of Annex VI to the EEA Agreement (Council Regulation EEC No 1408/71 of 14 June 1971 on the application of social security schemes to employed persons, to self-employed persons and to members of their families moving within the Community), as adapted to the EEA Agreement by Protocol 1 thereto; alternatively by maintaining the same requirement, failed to fulfil its obligations pursuant to Article 7(2) of the Act referred to at Point 2 of Annex V (Council Regulation EEC No 1612/68 of 15 October 1968 on freedom of movement for workers within the Community), as adapted to the EEA Agreement by Protocol 1 thereto, the Court, composed of: Carl Baudenbacher, President, Henrik Bull and Thorgeir Örlygsson (Judge-Rapporteur), Judges, gave judgment on 3 May 2006, the operative part of which is as follows:

1.

Dismisses the application.

2.

Orders the EFTA Surveillance Authority to pay the costs of the Defendant.


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