03 October 2017
Council of the European Union: freezing and confiscation orders and European Electronic Communications Code
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"The Presidency redrafted the text, see the Annex. In the footnotes, comments by Member States are set out, as well as observations submitted by the Commission. Where appropriate, the Presidency formulated new drafting suggestions (indicated by bold and underlined characters)."
And see: Previous text: Questions on a ground for non-recognition and on the management and disposal of frozen and confiscated property/costs (LIMITE doc no: 1970-17, pdf): CATS is invited:
B1) to indicate whether the executing State should have the right to deduct the costs, demonstrated by invoices, in each individual case, or whether the executing State should only be allowed to claim reimbursement of large or exceptional costs, as was foreseen in the Commission proposal (Art. 32);
B2) to state, as regards the disposal of money obtained as a result of the execution of a confiscation order, whether a more progressive division by fixed but decreasing proportions as proposed by PRES, or the rule as proposed by the Commission (up to
EUR 10 000 for executing State, afterwards 50%-50% for executing and issuing State), would be preferable."
European Electronic Communications Code: Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the European Electronic Communications Code (Recast) - Examination of the Presidency text (Doc no: 12290-17. 477 pages, pdf):
"3. The Presidency has compiled a full text in the Annex covering all parts of the proposed CODE. Changes to the text have been made pursuant to ST11679, ST11680, ST11681 and ST11777 discussed in the Working Party meetings of 5, 6, 12 and 13 September.
4. For ease of reading, the most recent changes to these four texts are underlined. Changes to the Commission recast are in bold and strikethrough. Italics represent text from the current framework that has been moved or reintroduced."
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