Motor insurance – Compulsory insurance against third party risks. The Court of Justice of the European Union held that art 3(1) of Council Directive (EEC) 72/166, arts 1(1) and 2(1) of the Second Council Directive (EEC) 84/5, and art 1a of the Third Council Directive (EEC) 90/232 precluded national legislation which excluded from cover and compensation by compulsory civil liability insurance in respect of the use of motor vehicles, the personal injuries and damage to property sustained by a pedestrian who was the victim of a motor vehicle accident, on the sole ground that that pedestrian had been the insurance policy holder and the owner of the vehicle that had caused those injuries and that damage.