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The rights of British architects to work in Germany - without being burdened with unnecessary red tape - has been strengthened by the European Court of Justice. The court has ruled in favour of a Dutch architect fighting claims that he was a black marketeer for having worked in Germany without his employer entering its name on a Skilled Trades Register.

The court said that a registry requirement should 'neither give rise to additional administrative expense nor entail compulsory payment of subscriptions to the chamber of trades'.

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