advance beyond the usual limit
go against, as of rules and laws
- It's fine to set up a web page, just be sure you don't infringe anybody's copyright.
- Fourth, the measures do not infringe the ‘polluter pays’ principle.
- The measures taken in compliance with this Article shall not infringe the rights of operators concerned.
- if its execution would infringe the ne bis in idem principle;
- Such an argument would infringe Article 295 of the EC Treaty.
- Luxembourg considered that the compensation mechanism did not infringe Articles 25 and 90 of the Treaty.
- Such retroactive application should not infringe the principle of legal certainty of the beneficiaries concerned.
- The only exception to that are cases in which recovery would infringe general principles of Community law.
- the scheme involved aid to encourage investment in ships in a way which is liable to infringe Community law.
- The measure would not infringe the ‘polluter pays’ principle as the fees are higher than those in neighbouring Member States.
- The claim that an order for recovery would infringe the principle of proportionality must also be rejected.
- Cultural, scientific, humanitarian activities, short-term medical treatment or other activities which do not infringe Romanian legislation.”.’
- The retroactive application of such provisions should not infringe the principle of legal certainty of the economic operators concerned.
- The Commission must therefore investigate these capital contributions to undertakings in order to ensure that the Member States do not infringe the Treaty's rules on State aid.
- Therefore, it appeared at this stage that the aid must be considered to infringe the common organisation of the market and, therefore, Community rules.