Reasons for adopting the biding decisions by the Board
In order to ensure the correct and consistent application of this Regulation in individual cases, the Board shall adopt a binding decision in the following cases: (a) where, in a case referred to in Article 60(4), a supervisory authority concerned has raised a relevant and reasoned objection to a draft decision of the lead authority or the lead authority has rejected such an objection as being not relevant or reasoned. The binding decision shall concern all the matters which are the subject of the relevant and reasoned objection, in particular whether there is an infringement of this Regulation; (b) where there are conflicting views on which of the supervisory authorities concerned is competent for the main establishment; (c) where a competent supervisory authority does not request the opinion of the Board in the cases referred to in Article 64(1), or does not follow the opinion of the Board issued under Article 64. In that case, any supervisory authority concerned or the Commission may communicate the matter to the Board.
Chapter VII, Section 2, Article 65, Paragraph 1
Regulation's subject matter
Dispute resolution by the Board (Article 65, Section 2, Chapter VII)
Board Commission Lead supervisory authority Supervisory authority