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Le contrôle par le conseil d'Etat sur les juridictions administratives spécialisées

Abstract : Within the French administrative jurisdictional order, twenty-six specialised courts, all of which also has controlled by the Conseil d’État either by the way of appeal, or by the way of “cassation”, operate alongside the general courts. The study of these courts reveals certain particularities of their own with regards to their composition and functioning. The Conseil d’État, in its role as the supreme administrative court, assures the respect of essential applicable rules before these lower courts, including the right to a few trial and impartiality, whilst also imposing on them a certain procedural standard. The object of this study is to explore the legal reasons and interest behind this control by the Conseil d’État, and the subsequent methods employed, in particular with regards to the unified application of the law within the French administrative order. The aim is to examine this control beyond its simple jurisdictional nature, as well as its effects, in the fact that it favours harmonisation and standardisation between these various courts
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Cédric Hauuy. Le contrôle par le conseil d'Etat sur les juridictions administratives spécialisées. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0321⟩. ⟨tel-01751630⟩



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