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France. The Conseil d'Etat Abandons Its Cohn Bendit Case-Law; Conseil d'Etat, 30 October 2009, Mme Perreux

  • Chloé Charpy

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For over 30 years the French Conseil d'Etat has maintained that it is impossible to rely on EC Directives before French administrative courts in a complaint filed against an individual administrative act. This in spite of the Court of Justice's well known case-law that directives under certain conditions can have direct effect, as was first recognized in SpA SACE v Finance Minister of the Italian Republic of 17 December 1970 and confirmed by Van Duyn v Home Office of 4 December 1974.

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* Doctoral student in Public Law, member of the GERJC, Centre Louis Favoreu (CNRS, UMR 6201), University of Aix-Marseille III.

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France. The Conseil d'Etat Abandons Its Cohn Bendit Case-Law; Conseil d'Etat, 30 October 2009, Mme Perreux

  • Chloé Charpy

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