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Mot-clé : La France de l'audace Denis Labayle_x
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Droits fondamentaux, ordre public et libertés économiques

Collart Dutilleul, François et al. (2013)

L'ouvrage réunit les contributions à la Journée d'étude organisée par le programme Lascaux et le Centre de Documentation et de Recherches Européennes (CDRE) de Bayonne en 2012. L'objet de cette manifestation a été de croiser les réflexions et les regards autour des droits fondamentaux, de ...

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The judicial control of the intergovernmental cooperation in the European Union. Contribution to the process of judicialization of the European Union.

Bachoué-Pedrouzo, Géraldine (21 nov. 2012)

Le contrôle juridictionnel de la coopération intergouvernementale dans l'Union européenne a longtemps fait difficulté. Initialement, la mise à l'écart du juge a conditionné le recours à cette coopération organisée "dans" l'Union. Pourtant, chaque avancée des traités a entraîné un ...

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Cooperation in private international law : specificities of a method

Chalas-Kudelko, Sophie (31 jan. 2014)

La coopération en droit international privé revêt deux caractéristiques essentielles : elle est visible et elle est technique. Visible, elle est unique par la structure qu’elle requiert, notamment par la détermination d’entités spécifiques au sein des Etats impliqués par ce mécanisme de ...

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Fundamental rights of legal persons in the european convention on human rights

Koki, Kouamé Hubert (13 dec. 2011)

The reflection about the fundamental rights of entities is not so new as we might be tempted to believe. However, the reflection raises the question by its antithetical. Natural persons appear to be the only beneficiaries of such rights. They were the centre of all doctrinal attention. The intimacy ...

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European rights and family law : contribution to the study of the standardization's dynamic

Thurillet-Bersolle, Angélique (5 dec. 2011)

In Europe, there's now a trend for the standardization of national family laws.This is closely linked to the increase of sources. The Council of Europe's right, the European Union's right, and the Comparative Law are increasingly interfering with the inner process of the production of family laws. ...

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The Effective Application of community law in central Africa

Tchuinte, Joël (23 may 2011)

La réussite du processus d'intégration régionale dépend essentiellement de sa réception et de sa sanction dans les ordres juridiques internes. la crainte principale réside dans l'ineffectivité des règles communes dans les Etats parties. Ceux-ci peuvent en effet refuser de tirer toutes les ...

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The legal status of littoral industrial areas and soil pollution : state of the rules and perspectives

Ranchy, Sophie (22 nov. 2008)

Due to the wealth it contains and, as a consequence, the ambition to own it, land is an object of conquest. Its pollution is not only an adverse condition but it also impedes its development because pollution is often imperceptible. The delayed awareness of this problem badly affects the way ...

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The myth of sovereignity in international law, states sovereignity's resistance to the transformation of the international legal order

Bal, Lider (3 feb. 2012)

The notion of sovereignty has often been analyzed, interpreted and criticized in purely individualistic terms and deemed to belong to the State. However, due to the plurality of States characterizing the international law, the sovereignty becomes necessarily a pluralistic notion. The analysis of the ...

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Le droit de la procédure civile de l'Union européenne forme-t-il un ordre procédural ?

Lasserre, Marie-Cecile (21 oct. 2013)

Even if it is conceded that the European Union law necessarily involves the renewal of traditional and national legal concepts, order can emerge from disorder. As a result, the existence of the civil procedural law of the European Union could be asserted, the legal order of the European Union could ...

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Departmentalization, decentralization and institutional development prospects of Mayotte.

Moussa, Asskani (9 jun. 2015)

The law of 31 December 1975 on self determination of Comores organises two consultations in Mayotte to ask its residents to declare maintenance in France and the second inviting mahorais to determine the status of Mayotte within the Republic. Mahorais confirm their donating and the law of 23 ...

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