- have the often specious appearance of being, intending, or claiming
"The letter purports to express people's opinion"
- These guidelines cannot establish binding legal rules and do not purport to do so.
- It is not and does not purport to be, an exhaustive list of all the relevant legislative topics.
- The Member State's systems are different in that respect, but this Framework Decision does not purport to change these systems.
- They also observe that EVO does not purport to offer any storage facilities, does not offer electricity free of charge and is not responsible for the manage of the port and the slipways.
- These guidelines cannot establish binding legal rules and do not purport to do so. They merely set out in advance, in the interests of sound administration, the manner in which the Authority intends to address the issue of confidentiality in State Aid procedures.
- Since the Alumix criteria are irrelevant for the purpose of establishing whether the current tariff arrangement confers an advantage on Alcoa, the calculations provided by Italy and Alcoa which purport to demonstrate that the price still fulfils the Alumix criteria, in that it covers ENEL’s marginal production costs are equally irrelevant.