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Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
Urban projects of Tokyo and urban projects of Paris : comparative study of urbanism in France and Japan
Paris and Tokyo are; two world capitals which attract tourists, students, artists and foreign investors. To face their competitors, these two big cities are starting several urban planning projects. In Paris, as in Tokyo, construction takes place in several districts. However, the procedures for est...
Towards greater accessibility of decisions given by administrative courts
“Several new structuring tourist units suspended by the judge hearing the application for interim measures”
Medically assisted reproduction and the administrative judge
The ordinary jurisdiction of the provinces — Analysis through the lens of environmental competence
The basic principles of the system of division of powers in New Caledonia are laid down in Title 2 of Organic Law No 99-209 of 19 March 1999 on New Caledonia, and in particular Chapter 1 thereof: “The division of competences between the state, New Caledonia, provinces and municipalities”. The percep...
The dual contribution of Ms Perreux: reliance on directives, burden of proof The dual contribution of Ms Perreux: reliance on directives, burden of proof: Note in the judgment of the Conseil d’État, ass., 30 October 2009, Mrs Perreux, no. 298348
The history of administrative law has already shown that time is playing in favour of litigants, since the development of the case-law has consistently led to better protection of the latter. The judgment of the Conseil d’État (Council of State) of 30 October 2009 confirms that, in law as in other f...
Science and the statistical victim: Modernising knowledge of breast implant disputes
‘titrebSummary’ reference id = ‘re1no1’ idref = ‘no1’ typeref = ‘note’ b1 ‘/renvoib’/titrebThe emergence of mass disputes in the last third of the twentieth century accelerated the modernisation of an institution that was not prepared for a standardised approach to dispute resolution. In particular,...
Pragmatism of the administrative judge regarding the formalities for displaying the public inquiry notice
(CE, 18 December. 1996, Société anonyme Omya — Minister for Industry, No 156270, 156543)
Protection of the right to normal family life and appointment of magistrates of the judiciary
Co-ownership and state ownership: when the administrative judge takes over the judicial case-law Copropriété et domanialité: when the administrative judge takes over the case law: objects under CAA Versailles, 9 June 2021, No 18VE03249, Union of co-owners of the building known as ‘Residence Le Garibaldien’ and a.
Judicial review of the subject matter of a ZAC
(CE 28 juill. 1993, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc CNE, No. 124099)
Examples of pleas dismissed by the judge in relation to the challenge to building permits
(CE 28 juill. 1993, Rosant, fn. 103795)
Scrutiny of impact assessments or ambiguities of the distinction between legal grounds in annulment proceedings
The very dense litigation relating to impact assessments raises many questions, including the question of including the defects likely to affect those documents in the field of external legality. That theoretical classification is often out of step with the review carried out by the administrative c...
Unilateral administrative acts that serve as instruments to sectoral regulation
Regardless of the fact that sectoral regulation is usually associated with the emergence of new forms of normativity, unilateral administrative acts have a prominent place among its various instruments. Conceived of as a special mission of the Administration whose main objective is the protection of...
Roger Latournerie, judge of the right
The competitive dol before the Conseil d’État. Competitive dol before the Conseil d’État: note under CE, 19 December 2007, Nos 268918, 269280, 269293, Société Campenon Bernard and Others
National hearing "By confirming the judgments of the Cour administrative d’appel de Paris (Administrative Court of Appeal, Paris) of 22 April 2004, the Conseil d’État takes a position for the first time on a dispute initiated thirteen years ago concerning the anti-competitive practices affecting SNC...
The European design of entitlement to social benefits and administrative case law
The protection of aliens by the urgent application for protection of a fundamental freedom
Immigration policy is an area in which fundamental freedoms can be threatened by public actions. To fight against illegal immigration the French government takes police measures that could be challenged before the courts. Administrative justice is now able to quickly protect the interests of the mos...
The administrative judge and the delegation of the power to suspend an official The administrative judge and the delegation of the power to suspend an official shall: With regard to the judgment of the Council of State of 22 November 2004, Minister for Youth, National Education and Research v/Mr A., no. 244515
In breach of the traditional distinction between delegation of power and delegation of signature, that decision recognises, in the context of a delegation of the power to suspend an official, the existence of a concurrent competence between the delegating authority and the delegatee authority. The n...
The legal maker between the administrative judge and the legislator: the legal career of the Islamic headscarf (1989-2004)
Modernisation of the contentious administrative procedure
(commentary to Law No 95-125 of 8 February 1995)
Administrative justice, criminal justice
The mission or even the nature of administrative justice is undergoing, in the general context of the contemporary development of administrative law through all French and European national law, an essential change. The advent of legal pluralism and the emergence of several types of competition have...
Administrative courts, international law and liability: an infernal trio? Administrative courts, international law and liability: an infernal trio? With regard in particular to the judgments of the Council of State, Assembly, 8 February 2007, Gardedieu (1) and Société Arcelor Atlantique et Lorraine et al. (2)
The dispute concerning the application of international law in domestic law and the dispute concerning administrative liability are undergoing profound changes. Two very clear trends in case-law — trends which have recently been confirmed and reinforced by two major judgments of the Assembly of the...
Positive obligation and rebuttable presumption, or how the administrative court ensures the effectiveness of the principle of equal competition between public and private operators Positive and rebuttable presumption, or how the administrative court ensures the effectiveness of the principle of equal competition between public and private operators: note under CAA Douai, 9 June 2005, Sté Compagnie générale des eaux