Official Journal of the European Union

C 154/23

Order of the Civil Service Tribunal of 16 May 2006 — Voigt v Commission

(Case F-55/05) (1)

(Officials - Occupational disease - Absence of a decision adversely affecting the applicant - Premature application - Manifestly inadmissible)

(2006/C 154/54)

Language of the case: French


Applicant: Eric Voigt (Orange, France) (represented by: B. Autric, lawyer)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities (represented by: J. Currall and K. Herrmann, Agents, assisted by F. Longfils, lawyer)


Application, first, for recognition of the occupational origin of the disease from which the applicant is suffering and, second, damages for the harm which he claims to have sustained

Operative part of the order


The application is dismissed as manifestly inadmissible;


The applicant is ordered to bear his own costs and to pay half of those incurred by the Commission.

(1)  OJ C 229, 17.9.2005 (case initially registered before the Court of First Instance of the European Communities under No T-258/05 and transferred to the European Union Civil Service Tribunal by order of 15.12.2005).