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Case C-539/12
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Document Date Name of the parties Subject-matter Curia EUR-Lex
Application (OJ)
01/02/2013 Lock
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Reports of Cases

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Subject-matter

Request for a preliminary ruling – Employment Tribunal, Leicester – United Kingdom – Interpretation of Article 7 of Council Directive 93/104/EC of 23 November 1993 concerning certain aspects of the organisation of working time (OJ 1993 L 307, p. 18) as amended by Directive 2003/88/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 November 2003 (OJ 2003 L 299, p. 9) – Consultant being paid a basic salary together with monthly premiums according to the turnover realised and the number of sale contracts concluded, paid in arrears – Maintenance of the basic salary during annual leave, but not the premiums, except those linked to the services provided before the leave

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Citations of case-law or legislation

References in grounds of judgment

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Operative part

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Opinion

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Dates

Date of the lodging of the application initiating proceedings

  • 26/11/2012

Date of the Opinion

  • 05/12/2013

Date of the hearing

13/11/2013

Date of delivery

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References

Publication in the Official Journal

Application: OJ C 46 from 16.02.2013, p.13

Name of the parties

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Notes on Academic Writings

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Procedural Analysis Information

Nationality of the parties

United Kingdom

Source of the question referred for a preliminary ruling

Employment Tribunal, Leicester - United Kingdom

Subject-matter

  • Social policy

Procedure and result

  • Reference for a preliminary ruling

Formation of the Court

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Judge-Rapporteur

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Advocate General

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Language(s) of the Case

  • English

Language(s) of the Opinion

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