A Source-Book on French Law: Public Law--Constitutional and Administrative Law : Private Law--Structure, Contract

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Index
abortion 56-8
action civile206
action publique206
administration of justice:
decentralization of 259
administrative law:
autonomy: constitution 120-2; significance of 127; texts 122-53
bases of 122-4
characteristics of 128-30,143-4
courts: Conseil d'Etat153-4, 160-5; cours administratives d'appel154, 157-60; original function of 143; public-law principles 143; public power, enforcement against 165- 70; Tribunaux Administratifs153- 7
coverage of 119
jurisdiction 140-2, 145
litigation 119
Post Office, see Post Office
prérogatives exorbitantes151
private law, separate from 119
public and private law: boundary of 119-20, 170-7; difference between 145-52; Tribunal des conflits170-7
sources of 124-7
structure of 130-1, 144
agricultural holdings:
governmental power, matters falling within 94-5
amnesty:
Renault cases 74-81
Ancien Régime:
arrêts de règlement6-8
common law, lack of 1-2
courts and administration 5-6
enactments, registration of 5-6
feudalism 2
gens du roi4
influence of 1
main characteristics of 1-9
offices, sale of 3
parlements2-4
astreintes:
définitive508
meaning 507
provisoire508
texts 509-15
use of 506-9
avocats:
fonction d'assistance293-4
fonction de représentation294
breach of contract-:
astreintes506-15
cancellation 477-84
damages 485-98
self-help 474-7
specific performance 498-506
civil law:
commercial law distinguished 209-19
constitutional sources 96-103
criminal courts, cases in 206
criminal law distinguished 206-9
police, liability of 98-103
strikes, liability for 96-8
Code civil:
Article 4245-9
contract: cancellation 477; cas fortuit429-39; cause 368-9; concurrence déloyale468; consent, need for 299; damages 485; dol342; essentials of 298-9; force majeure429-39; inter partes399; lésion357-8; non- performance 474; objet364; obligations de moyens et de résultat401-2; performance 473 4; sale, running of the benefit on 443-8;simulation461; specific performance 498; stipulation pour autrui448; third parties, effect on 439-40; vices du consentement322; violence350
jurisprudence 242-5
laws, publication, effect, and application of 9-10
Code de l'organisation judicaire264-5, 271-8
Code électoral60
Code pénal:
lesser offences, terms of imprisonment for 105

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Conventions xvii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Table of French Statutes Etc. xxi
  • Table of French Cases xxiii
  • Table of English Statutes xxvii
  • Table of English Cases xxviii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I. Public Law 21
  • 1. Constitutional Law 23
  • 2. Administrative Law 119
  • Part Ii. Private Law 205
  • 3. Structure 206
  • Contract 298
  • Bibliography 516
  • Index 519
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