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Essai d'une théorie générale des droits d'une personne privée de liberté

Abstract : Resorting to the loss of freedom as a measure of duress characterised by its affliction ans its defeating personnal liberty must be strictly framed in order to avoid unlawful detention. From the combient study of the French Constitution, the European Convention on Human Rights and the French domestic laws, emerges a bunch of rights attached to the person deprived of liberty and which should be guaranteed whatever the form of duress. Thus a tendency towards a general theory of unlawful detention exempt from arbitrary and under the control of the judicial Authority as guardian of personal Liberty stands out. This bunch of rights ensures the respect of the cardinal principles framing the deprivation of liberty : « sûreté », necessity, proportionality, dignity and legality. However the laying out of a general thoery on unlawful detention often leads to pu those rights into perspective.
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Laurent Mortet. Essai d'une théorie générale des droits d'une personne privée de liberté. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0304⟩. ⟨tel-01751607⟩



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