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It shares not only the building in Luxembourg with the ECJ, but also other facilities, such as the library. It appoints its own Registrar, but other administrative services are shared. The CFI is based on Art 225. There are 27 judges appointed to the Court, one from each Member State. Although there are no Advocates General specifically appointed to the CFI, the need for such a role to be fulfilled is recognised. Where an Advocate General is required in a particular case, one of the judges will be requested to carry out this role.
To help the Court deal with cases, the 27 judges sit in chambers of up to five judges, but always with an odd number, so that there can be a clear decision in a case. In 1989, the Court of First Instance was set up to assist the ECJ by taking a specific jurisdiction with the safeguard of appeal to the ECJ itself. This is not unusual, as all Member States have a hierarchy or structure for their courts. The ECJ itself has a general jurisdiction with regard to Community law, only fettered by the 8 COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS types of action specified in the Treaty.
In 1988, in an attempt to improve the budgetary procedure, an institutional agreement was entered into by the Council, Commission and the European Parliament. While recognising the varying competencies of the institutions in the budgetary field, it fixed new rules for co-operation between the institutions. However, the Council successfully obtained the annulment of the adoption of the budget by the European Parliament because the Parliament had exceeded its powers regarding compulsory expenditure (Council of the European Union v European Parliament (1995)).