a record of events in the order of their occurrence
- chronologie, tijdrekenkunde
an arrangement of events in time
the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events
- The following table gives the chronology of events:
- Synopsis of the financial package and the chronology of events
- The chronology of events illustrated by the French authorities in itself demonstrated the prudent character of the State's conduct.
- According to BE, the Commission may have misunderstood the commercial nature of the new BNFL Contracts as a result of misunderstanding the facts and in particular their chronology.
- The three criteria established by the court (chronology, purpose, and the situation at the time the measure was taken) all plead in favour of the aid character of the loan facilities being assessed separately.
- The chronology of events described by the French authorities and summarised in Table 2 rules out the possibility that suppliers might have competed on an ‘overall price’ including the financing.
- As noted above, the security taken over RM’s assets in respect of the loan facilities was in conformity with market practice. The three criteria established by the court (chronology, purpose, and the situation at the time the measure was taken) all plead in favour of the aid character of the loan facilities being assessed separately.
- In order to respect the chronology of the deliveries, applications for import licences for the delivery period beginning on 1 July 2009 should not be submitted before 4 May 2009 unless it can be established that the exporting country met its delivery obligation for the 2008/09 delivery period as set out by Commission Regulation (EC) No 403/2008 .
- The harmonised rental and lending rights and the harmonised protection in the field of rights related to copyright should not be exercised in a way which constitutes a disguised restriction on trade between Member States or in a way which is contrary to the rule of media exploitation chronology, as recognised in the judgment handed down in Société Cinéthèque v. FNCF .
- BNFL also sets out in great detail the chronology and content of the discussions that took place between BE and BNFL, which shows that BNFL already expressed itself willing to help BE before BE turned to the UK Government for assistance but realised that this would not be possible without a global restructuring plan.. The discussions already started in May 2000 when BE first requested, without success, the application of the hardship clause contained in the contracts.
- The Court considers the following considerations to be relevant in making such a determination: the chronology of the capital injections in question, their purpose, and the subsidiary's situation at the time when each decision to make an injection was made’.(101) In the present case, the Commission notes that while the State and the private shareholders will subscribe to the capital increase at the same price and all the new shares will have the same rights, the fact is that the State acts, at the same time, as the guarantor of a significant loan to the beneficiary and that this will extend far beyond the moment of the capital increase, and purchases a subsidiary of the company being restructured.