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C 223/60 EN Official Journal of the European Union 30.8.

2008

EUROPEAN UNION CIVIL SERVICE TRIBUNAL

Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of Order of the Civil Service Tribunal of 21 February 2008 —
21 February 2008 — Vande Velde v Commission Arana de la Cal v Commission

(Case F-60/05) (1) (Case F-63/05) (1)

(Staff — Contract staff member — Late claim — Action (Staff — Contractual agent — Late claim — Action
manifestly inadmissible) manifestly inadmissible)

(2008/C 223/112) (2008/C 223/113)

Language of the case: French Language of the case: French

Parties Parties

Applicant: Patricke Vande Velde (Linkebeek, Belgium) (repre- Applicant: Miriam Arana de la Cal (Brussels, Belgium) (repre-
sented by: L. Vogel, lawyer) sented by: L. Vogel, lawyer)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (repre- Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (repre-
sented by: J. Currall and G. Berscheid, acting as Agents) sented by: J. Currall and G. Berscheid, acting as Agents)

Intervener in support of the form of order sought by the defendant: Intervener in support of the form of order sought by the defendant:
Council of the European Union (represented by: M. Arpio Santa- Council of the European Union (represented by: M. Arpio Santa-
cruz and I. Sulce, acting as Agents) cruz and I. Sulce, acting as Agents)

Re: Re:

Staff case — First, annulment of the Commission's decision First, annulment of the Commission's decision rejecting the
rejecting the complaint submitted by the applicant, a former complaint submitted by the applicant, a former member of the
member of the auxiliary staff, against the decision fixing his auxiliary staff, against the decision fixing her grade and remu-
grade and remuneration as a contract staff member and, neration as a contract staff member and, secondly, an applica-
secondly, an application for damages (formerly T-268/05) tion for damages (formerly T-271/05)

Operative part of the order Operative part of the order

1. The action is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible. 1. The action is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible.

2. Each party shall bear its own costs. 2. Each party shall bear its own costs.

(1) OJ C 229, 17.9.2005, p. 30 (case originally registered at the Court (1) OJ C 229, 17.9.2005, p. 31 (case originally registered at the Court
of First Instance of the European Communities as Case T 268/05 of First Instance of the European Communities as Case T-271/05
and transferred to the European Union Civil Service Tribunal by and transferred to the European Union Civil Service Tribunal by
order of 15.12.2005). order of 15.12.2005).