Language of document : ECLI:EU:C:2013:357





Order of the Court (Tenth Chamber) of 30 May 2013 —
Fierro and Marmorale


(Case C‑106/13)

Request for a preliminary ruling — Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union — Implementation of EU law — None — Clear lack of jurisdiction of the Court

Questions referred for a preliminary ruling — Jurisdiction of the Court — Limits — Application for an interpretation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the Union — Subject-matter of the national dispute not connected in any way to EU law — National legislation enabling municipalities to regulate in their territory transformations of immovable property or urban development — Municipal legislation on urban development which prohibits the division of immovable property in its territory and which provides that the deeds of sale of the parties of the immovable property be declared null and void — Clear lack of jurisdiction of the Court (Art. 6(1) TEU; Art. 267 TFEU; Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, Art. 51(1) and (2); Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice, Art. 53(2)) (see paras 12-15, operative part)

Re:

Request for a preliminary ruling — Tribunale di Tivoli — Interpretation of Article 1 of Protocol No 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights, read in conjunction with Article 6 TEU and Articles 17 and 52(3) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights — Right to property — National legislation allowing local administrative authorities to prohibit an owner from selling a part of his building without prior authorisation.

Operative part

The Court of Justice of the European Union clearly has no jurisdiction to reply to the question referred for a preliminary ruling by the Tribunale di Tivoli (Italy).