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Contemporary French Administrative Law
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Despite the growing scholarly interest in comparative public law, there remain relatively few works on the subject. Contemporary French Administrative Law aims to redress that imbalance, offering English-language readers an authoritative introduction to the key features of French administrative law and its institutions. The French legal system is among the most well-developed and influential in the world, and, as procedures continually adapt to European and international influences, it has never been more worthy of research, study and interrogation. This book employs a wide range of recent, illustrative cases to demonstrate how French administrative law works both in theory and in practice. Using a systematic approach and covering everything from judicial review to public contracts, this is a highly valuable text for any student or researcher with an interest in French law. The book is also available as Open Access.

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Contents

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  • Contemporary French Administrative Law
    pp i-ii
  • Contemporary French Administrative Law - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-xii
  • Preface
    pp xiii-xiv
  • Abbreviations
    pp xv-xvi
  • Table of Cases by Date
    pp xvii-xxxvii
  • Table of Cases by Name
    pp xxxviii-lviii
  • 1 - Introduction
    pp 1-25
  • 2 - The Institutional and Legal Context of Administrative Law
    pp 26-60
  • 3 - Courts and Judges
    pp 61-89
  • 4 - The Procedure for Making Claims against Public Authorities
    pp 90-127
  • 5 - The Distinction between Public Law and Private Law
    pp 128-153
  • 6 - Judicial Review of Administrative Action
    pp 154-177
  • Procedure
  • 7 - Maintaining Legality
    pp 178-232
  • The Grounds of Review
  • 8 - State Liability
    pp 233-269
  • 9 - Claims Relating to Public Contracts
    pp 270-298
  • 10 - Conclusion
    pp 299-306
  • Index
    pp 307-320

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