TFEU definition

Examples of TFEU in a sentence

  • The terminology of the TFEU will be used throughout this decision.

  • The substantive legal basis for a decision under Article 218(9) TFEU depends primarily on the objective and content of the envisaged act in respect of which a position is taken on the Union's behalf.

  • The legal basis of the proposed decision should be Articles 91 and 100(2) TFEU, in conjunction with Article 218(9) TFEU.

  • Similarly, as established by TFEU 191, the Union’s climate and environment policy objectives, the CAP and its financing shall not impede on the achievement of the SDGs or goals outlined in the Paris Agreement.

  • Investments in real estate and agricultural land Following Article 63 TFEU, capital movements include cross-border transactions between residents and non-residents.


More Definitions of TFEU

TFEU means the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union; 1 For the purposes of Chapter 8, the definition of "natural person of a Party" also includes a natural person permanently residing in the Republic of Latvia who is not a citizen of the Republic of Latvia or any other state but who is entitled, under the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia, to receive a non-citizen passport.
TFEU shall have the meaning ascribed to them by the Regulations;
TFEU means Treaty on the functioning of the European Union; (fff) ‘target year’ (TY) means a year simulated within the ERAA;
TFEU means Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union; ‘the 2015 Regulations’ means the Public Contracts Regulations 2015; ‘the Treaties’ means the Treaty on European Union and the TFEU;
TFEU or “Treaty” means Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. “Urban Development Fund
TFEU means the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union as reproduced in the Consolidated Versions of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (2008/C 115/01); "VAT" means any value added tax as provided for in the Value Added Tax Xxx 0000 or any other tax of similar nature; and “Working Day” means any day from Monday to Friday (inclusive) which is not a statutory bank holiday in England.