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Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of 24 June 2013 –Mateo Pérez v Commission

(Case F-144/11) 1

(Civil Service – General competition – Application for annulment of a corrigendum to a notice of competition – Corrigendum not providing for conditions excluding the applicant – No act having adverse effects – Non-admission to selection tests – Admissibility – Time-limits for bringing actions – Lateness – Manifest inadmissibility)

        Language of the case: Spanish


Applicant: Carlos Mateo Pérez (Alicante, Spain) (represented by: I. Ruiz García, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: J. Currall and J. Baquero Cruz, acting as Agents)


Application for annulment of the decision not to admit the applicant to the selection tests following publication of a corrigendum to the notice of competition annulling the eliminatory mark for situational judgment test (d).

Operative part of the order

1.    The action is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible.

2.    The European Commission shall bear its own costs and the costs of Mr Mateo Pérez arising as from 14 March 2012, the date on which the defence was lodged.

3.    Mr Mateo Pérez shall bear his own costs arising before 14 March 2012.


1 OJ C 65, 3.3.2012, p. 27.