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Contemporary French Administrative Law


ISBN13: 9781009056663
Published: March 2022
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.99



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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.

Subjects:
European Jurisdictions, France
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. The institutional and legal context of administrative law
3. Courts and judges
4. The procedure for making claims against public authorities
5. The distinction between public law and private law
6. Judicial review: procedure
7. Maintaining legality: the grounds of review
8. State liability
9. Claims relating to public contracts
10. Conclusion