Belgium Luxembourg driving licence ECJ case.
The European Court of Justice (First Chamber) said it was "contrary to Article 43 EC for the domestic legislation of one member state to require a self-employed worker residing in that member state to register there a company vehicle made available to him by the company for which he works... when it is not intended that that vehicle should be used essentially in the first member state on a permanent basis and it is not, in fact, used in that manner."
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2006|
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