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Tay Za v Council of the European Union, United Kingdom (intervening) and European Commission (intervening), Judgment, C-376/10 P, ECLI:EU:C:2012:138, EU:C:2012:138, ILEC 106 (CJEU 2012), 13th March 2012, Court of Justice of the European Union [CJEU]; European Court of Justice [ECJ]; European Court of Justice (Grand Chamber)



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Whether there was a sufficient link between a family member of a leading business figure of a country which was subject to restrictive measures against third countries and that country, justifying the imposition of sanctions against that family member.

Whether there was a presumption that family members of leading business figures under a military regime benefited from the function performed by those persons, thereby benefitting from the economic policies of the government of that country.

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Subjects: Law

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