Practical Guidelines ERIC - Legal framework for a European Research Infrastructure Consortium
European Commission has published this Guide. April 2015Descargar fichero (pdf 498Kb)
The Practical Guidelines ERIC is aimed at assisting potential applicants. It is provided for information purposes only and its contents are not intended to replace consultation of any applicable legal sources or the necessary advice of a legal expert, where appropriate. Neither the Commission nor any
person acting on its behalf can be held responsible for the use made of these guidance notes.
Council Regulation (EC) No 723/2009 on the Community legal framework for a European Research Infrastructure Consortium was adopted in order to facilitate the establishment and the operation of large European research infrastructures among several Member States and associated countries by providing a new legal instrument, the European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC).
The ERIC legal framework may be used for new or existing, single-sited or distributed research infrastructures.
An ERIC is a legal entity set up by a decision of the European Commission. It has legal personality and full legal capacity recognised in all EU Member States. The basic internal structure of an ERIC is flexible and defined in the statutes by its members. The liability of the ERIC’s members can be limited to their respective contributions.
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