Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (3rd Chamber) of 4 May 2016 — Dun v Commission

(Case F-131/11) 1

(Civil service — Members of the temporary staff — Pensions — Article 11(2) of Annex VIII to the Staff Regulations — Pension rights acquired, prior to entering the service of the EU, under a national pension scheme — Transfer to the EU pension scheme — Proposal by the AECE concerning the crediting of pensionable years not immediately accepted by the person concerned — New proposal concerning the crediting of pensionable years based on new general implementing provisions –Concept of an act having adverse effect — Manifest inadmissibility — Article 81 of the Rules of Procedure)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Peter Dun (Brussels, Belgium) (represented by: initially, D. de Abreu Caldas, A. Coolen, J.-N. Louis, É. Marchal and S. Orlandi, lawyers, then D. de Abreu Caldas, J.-N. Louis and S. Orlandi, lawyers, and lastly, J.-N. Louis, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: initially, D. Martin and J. Baquero Cruz, Agents, then J. Currall and G. Gattinara, Agents, then G. Gattinara, Agent, and lastly, G. Gattinara and F. Simonetti, Agents)

Re:

Application for annulment of the decision, made on the basis of the PMO’s recalculated proposal, to transfer the applicant’s pension rights acquired prior to entering the service of the Commission.

Operative part of the order

1.    The action is dismissed as inadmissible.

2.    Peter Dun shall bear his own costs and pay the costs incurred by the European Commission.

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1 OJ C 65, 3/3/2012, p. 23.