The State

First published in French as « L’État » in P. Gonod, F. Melleray, P. Yolka (dir), Traité de droit administratif, tome I, Paris, Dalloz, 2011, pp. 207-267.


In this article about « the State »  published in a Handbook on administrative Law, it is claimed, in the first part, that the french professors of public law have forgotten that the State played a key role in the elaboration of the administrative law.  It is a striking feature when we compare the works of the two great Founders of the  administrative law, ie Léon Duguit and Maurice Hauriou (under the 3rd Republic) and their followers (Jèze, Waline and Vedel) who ignored the theory of State. In the second part of this article, it is argued that, nevertheless,  the theory of State may be useful to explain not only the structure of the « State apparatus », but also  some famous “case studies” (as some decisions of Conseil d’Etat : Dehaene, Popin, Papon, ) which illustrated both the unity and continuity of the State. All these cases reveals that the concept of sovereignty still continues to irrigate the french administrative law.


‘One cannot achieve proper scientific knowledge of administrative law
without support from a theory of law and of the state.’[1]

The lines that follow will necessarily be at odds with the other chapters in this book[2] insofar as they are written by a scholar not of administrative but constitutional law. From this circumstance, which might be a non-negligible drawback in these times of accelerating specialisation of legal knowledge, there may even arise an advantage in that the non-specialist invariably brings a fresh outlook to an area cultivated by experts who may have grown indifferent to its originality from having worked it so much. This ‘being at odds’ is also evocative of the warning by Gaston Jèze, in his great book: ‘The separation of constitutional law and administrative law constantly made in France is entirely artificial. It fails to reflect political and social conditions’.[3] True, the teaching of administrative law is now remote from that of constitutional law. But should we not attempt to narrow the gap? In some sense, this chapter is intended to contribute to this operation.

Obviously, the difficulty lies in knowing how to proceed. The question that has guided my brief reflections on the subject of the state appears with hindsight to be twofold. First, it can be asked: What does administrative law teach us about the state? And second the question may be turned around: What does the theory of the state teach us about administrative law? Plainly, scholars of administrative law concern themselves above all with the first question, or more exactly, they seek to describe the state from the vantage point of administrative law. The danger with such an undertaking is that the vision of the state might vary in each discipline. Have we not learnt for some time now that there is a conception of the state according to Community (i.e. European) law? This diffraction of the concept of state by each different discipline of public law may result in us losing sight of its unity. Accordingly one should always keep in view a certain theory of the state in order to maintain the unity of the concept, which is the point of it. In short, so far as possible the aim is to reconcile two contradictory requirements: to take account of the specific character of administrative law when it is confronted with the question of the state; and to do justice to the transverse character of the state, as a phenomenon that exists independently of administrative law.

The reading proposed here is designed to emphasise that the state, viewed from the angle of administrative law, is characterised as the state in action. The state, which acts, comes into contact through its administration with individuals and groups. Therein lies the major difference with constitutional law which does not directly affect all individuals because it essentially concerns relations between rulers and the ruled – at least institutional constitutional law does, the branch that does not concern rights and freedoms. By contrast, administrative law governs and organises the state’s action in society through the apparatus referred to as the administration. If we take state action as the main inroad into administrative law, the view we have of the discipline changes. It is not review by the law courts or administrative litigation that is in the limelight but instead the state’s (i.e. the administration’s) forms of action.[4] State action may take on two very different forms: policing and public service. In other words, administrative law bears on the state’s legal activity apprehended via its age-old arm of the administration.

One advantage in taking the state in action as the guideline is that it compels us to think about its means of action. This is where the painful encounter occurs between law and economics through the central issue of the financing of the state’s action. We are aware today that ‘even in social democracy, states are in debt and can no longer provide for their general interest missions on their own’.[5] Administrative law is thus challenged head-on by the simple fact that the state has lost the monopoly on performing general interest missions. The state is compelled for financial reasons to invent ways of having private-sector operators carry them out through various contractual arrangements.[6] It is fashionable to speak of the state no longer ‘administering’ but instead ‘regulating’ action (a sort of post-modern state). But if the state is no longer directly in charge of the ‘commonweal’, it has lost the essential part of its legitimacy to act.

As this chapter seeks above all to encourage readers to see administrative law as an eminently political law, it does not contain all the mandatory topics that feature in textbooks on administrative law: the juristic personality of the state, decentralisation and deconcentration, ministerial services and deconcentrated services of the state, and the production of normative sources of administrative law (notably regulatory power) which primarily concerns the government. Thus, the chapter on ‘Les structures administratives’ of René Chapus’ textbook[7] begins with a section on ‘the state’ and that treatise contains valuable chapters on themes allied to the questions examined here.[8] This study seeks first to highlight the progressive disappearance of the state from the contemporary science of administrative law and to question the reasons and the scope of what in many respects is a surprising phenomenon (section I). This observation then leads to a short call for the state to be taken into consideration again in order to understand administrative law (section II).


A review of the many contemporary textbooks on administrative law reveals surprisingly that no explicit connection is made between the state and administrative law. More specifically, the impression is that the state is not ‘theorised’ by contemporary administrative doctrine. This initial astonishment prompts our question: Why is the state forgotten when it is at the heart of administrative law? Yet this first question is perhaps naive and above all anachronistic if we dare raise a far more radical question: If the state is no longer nowadays at the heart of administrative law, is it not because there is no longer any state? But if there is no longer any state, can there still be any administrative law? These questions are somewhat dizzying, even if eminent jurists have already diagnosed the state to be dead or a thing of the past. I shall not try to give a full answer here but more modestly to delve into this hypothesis that contemporary doctrine overlooks the state. First I shall try to account succinctly for how the state has been ignored. Next this situation shall be contrasted with the preponderance – the ubiquity even – of the state in classical administrative doctrine. Finally an explanation shall be given of how this transition from past to present circumstances – from this ‘surfeit of state’ to this ‘interstellar vacuum of state’ to exaggerate the contrast – has been possible.

A. The Initial Observation: The Omission of the State from Contemporary Science of Administrative Law

Nowadays the state is no longer a concept employed in administrative law doctrine. This is the initial observation that can be made with no polemical intent from simply leafing through the literature without attempting to be exhaustive. Let us begin with the textbooks and with René Chapus’ great Droit administratif général that has dominated administrative law literature for three decades.[9] The general introduction holds a surprise: the word state (Etat) does not feature there a single time (save in the expression Conseil d’Etat and once for ‘foreign states’). We learn from it that administrative law is composed of ‘rules of public law’ that govern the activity of the administration and that the questions asked by doctrine in the domain are about how to define this law (criterion of public service of sovereign authority) and how to understand the autonomy of administrative law with respect to ordinary law. True, the reader with a modicum of knowledge is aware that many of the concepts – administration, sovereign authority, public service and even Conseil d’Etat – are merely indirect ways of speaking of the state. But the unwitting reader cannot spot that there is a principled connection between French administrative law and the state, although the introduction to the textbook is supposed to present administrative law in its full scope.

The same observation could be made of other contemporary textbooks and their introductions in which the subject matter of the discipline is discussed. The state does not feature in the definition of administrative law, which is sometimes characterised as ‘the set of rules of French public law applying to administrative activity’[10] – even if public law is defined there as applying to the state and its relations with third parties – or sometimes as ‘the set of special rules governing administrative activity’.[11] In some textbooks, the very term ‘state’ does not appear in the index.[12] It is usually mentioned indirectly in inevitable developments on decentralisation or deconcentration or in the exposition of the forms of state intervention. Obviously the picture needs to be nuanced because some textbooks do explicitly raise the issue of the state, questioning its role and its legitimacy[13] while other authors have made the state the primary theme of their research.[14]

From there to inferring that the disappearance of the state in the developments dealing with administrative law means the disappearance of the state from administrative law itself is but a small step; but a step I shall not take. The fact of the matter is that the state is very much present in the textbooks, but only as an important feature and not an exclusive one relating to ‘administrative organisation’ or to administrative entities. René Chapus deals with it in the chapter referred to above and describes it as a ‘public authority that is one of a kind’.[15] The state supposedly has three specific features: first it encompasses in its own way the other public authorities. Next it is not just an administrative institution but a political one too, and in that it stands apart from regional and local authorities. Finally, taken as an administration, it is characterised by its complexity because of its dual organising principle: the state can rely on both a ‘central administration’ and on ‘outside services’ of the state. It is then taught that the administration is subordinate to government (art. 20, Const. 1958), that the highest political authorities (President of the Republic, Prime Minister and ministers) act as administrative authorities when they take administrative measures. The point of intersection between constitutional law and administrative law is therefore formed by political authorities exercising executive power and taking administrative measures. Accordingly all the textbooks necessarily describe the specific features of regulatory authority, the normative expression of the state’s power to create law. In addition, administrative law should also cover the regional and local administration of the state, the symbol of which is presumably the prefect. However, such studies are increasingly relegated to textbooks on administrative institutions.

However much space is attributed to it (which varies with each textbook), one thing is certain: while the state is still studied as an administrative institution, it is not – not any more – central to the construction of administrative law. There is no longer any discussion of its nature nor of the meaning of the expression ‘state’ although these are far from straightforward matters, as shall be seen (see section II). It is as if the general theory of the state or the theory of the state no longer fertilised the discipline called administrative law, including what is called general administrative law.

1. A phenomenon of un-realisation of administrative law

This disappearance of the state is not alien to the trend towards a degree of unrealism of administrative law in the sense of an ever sharper separation of this law from the living reality of its environment. Because of its double tropism of adjudication and rule-making (see below), administrative law is increasingly about administrative acts rather than the juristic activity of the administration, just as it is more about the Conseil d’Etat than state administrations. Here, the domination of the formal concept of the functions of the state over the material concept has been crucial. In browsing through the textbooks, one could be excused for thinking that nowadays, behind the questions of norms, legality, hierarchy of norms, overlapping norms – the celebrated ‘court dialogue’ between Paris, Luxembourg and Strasbourg! – public services or so many other means of legal technique, etc., administrative law could do without the state, although it is the main actor in touch with individuals and groups. Similarly, instead of putting the state to the fore, more attention is given to the individuals who govern, the civil service or public servants. This phenomenon is even plainer for the major courses on administrative law (second year) which appear increasingly as the course on general administrative law compared with which the third year and graduate courses are on special administrative law. This balkanisation of the discipline is tantamount to postponing the study of the public function or public services for some students forever – I am thinking of those students who go on to study private law. As a result it is increasingly the more ‘normative’, the more formal and the least material part of administrative law that is studied in the major courses on administrative law. Yet if there is a subject area in which one must think about what the state is in order to understand the ideas involved, it is the law of public function, or the law of the major public services, or public economic law.

Let us sum up: the triumph of the most stringent positivism, combined with a sort of idolatry for the hierarchy of norms cultivated to excess because of the primacy accorded to the principle of lawfulness and because of the more recent discovery of the principles of compliance with the constitution and with international treaties, has led many jurists to unite in the belief that the science of administrative law is but a pure and simple technology of rules albeit a highly sophisticated technology that delights the commentators of this henceforth ‘Europeanised’ law.

But, were this first phenomenon not enough, there is a second that has had an even greater impact on the absence of any consideration of the state. This is the progressive autonomisation of the discipline with respect to what nowadays appear to be auxiliary sciences of administrative law. Two convergent facts have speeded the normative Isolierung of administrative law. The first and earliest is the institutional sectioning between administrative law and administrative science. Administrative science was supposed to vivify administrative law by studying the players and reminding students that litigation was merely the ‘pathology of law’ to borrow Jean Carbonnier’s evocative expression. But the two disciplines are no longer in touch; the teaching of administrative law is ever less open to the actors, to those who make the law and to what might be called administrative ‘life’. For its part, administrative science is tending to become a sociology of public policies, or even a ‘science of government’ (the crude disguise of public policies) that is supposed to revive French political science as it gasps for breath. One might fear that such a development in sociology could prompt jurists to the same tense reflection as felt by the constitutional lawyer faced with the evolution of political science into a sociology of actors the main characteristic of which is that it takes no interest in political institutions. Few administrative lawyers mix the two disciplines; from this vantage point, the contribution to the present Treatise by Jacques Caillosse is a fortunate exception. Besides, administrative law, which was once entitled ‘administrative law and administrative institutions’ and taught alongside ‘constitutional law and political institutions’, has been reduced to its purely normative shell. The study of administrative institutions is taught as a separate course in some universities and in others is part of a broader course on judicial and administrative institutions. This massive effect of specialisation means that students lose the big picture of administrative law. One of the points of an analysis of administrative law focused on the state is precisely that it lends systematic unity to what would otherwise appear to be a proliferation of rules.

2. Learned research on the state in administrative law

If we now turn to learned literature, that which is supposed to indicate on-going research, the situation is identical, or even more worrying. It suffices to ask what was the latest PhD thesis to tackle the problem of the state. Barring error, the most recent to deal explicitly with the question was by Bertrand Delcros on the unity of the legal personality of the state.[16] It dates from 1976… Since then, there has not been a single thesis on the question of the state in administrative law, which is astonishing when one thinks of the inflation in the number of PhD theses since that time. The only thesis that verges a little on our subject matter is by Charlotte Denizeau, connecting the question of the de-statisation of the authorities with the construction of Europe.[17] The same observation holds for the articles on administrative law that elude the question of the state. It is striking to see that the writings of the grand masters of the discipline in the immediate post-war years, de Laubadère, Rivero and Vedel,[18] or of the ensuing generation such as René Chapus and Paul Amselek contain no major studies of the state in administrative law. In yet more recent literature, it would be hard to find a substantial and highly doctrinal article on the question of the state in administrative law. This oversight is surprising when one thinks about it, because for readers familiar with the founders of the disciplines of public law, the state was obviously central and crucial.

B. The Ubiquity of the State in Classical Administrative Law Doctrine and its Meaning

The founders of administrative law built their discipline on the base-course of the state. Rather than seeking to be exhaustive, it will suffice to show that the two uncontested masters of the discipline, Maurice Hauriou and Léon Duguit, devoted much of their effort to thinking through this relationship between the state and administrative law. Whereas they are often set against one another, Duguit being the founder of the public service school and Hauriou the authority school, it can be argued that they shared the idea that the state was ‘central’ to thinking about administrative law. Their books contain questions that are no longer asked today and that they pondered because they thought doing so would better account for their subject matter. Accordingly, for Hauriou, it is essential to look into the question of the legal personality of the state because it provides insight into certain subject areas, especially the relations of the state with third parties or alternatively the problems of responsibility.

1. Duguit: a theorist of the state and of administrative law

We shall begin with the case of Duguit because this ‘anarchist of the professorial chair’ – as his friend Hauriou ironically nicknamed him – was the first to revolutionise French public law by publishing in 1901 and 1903 his two masterful Etudes de droit public, which are actually two volumes of a single book on the state. It is often observed that he wanted to propose a new theory of the state, shorn of the doctrines of sovereignty and moral personality. He intended to replace the state as a power with the state conceived of as cooperation among public services, in keeping with what had become his overarching idea: ‘The state is no longer a sovereign power that commands: it is a group of individuals holding a force that they should employ to create and manage public services. The idea of public service becomes the fundamental idea of modern public law’.[19] In his thinking, sovereignty is replaced by public service. It is also common knowledge that Carré de Malberg came out against this argument in the preface to his Contribution à la théorie générale de l’Etat asserting to the contrary that the state is first and foremost a power of domination (Herrschaftsgewalt).[20]

But Duguit did not settle for this thesis that made the state into a cooperation among public services. In the second volume of his Etudes de droit public (L’Etat, les gouvernants, les agents), he set about studying the actors of the state who included both the ‘rulers’ (who come under what we now call constitutional law stricto sensu) and the ‘agents’, who could be presented as government employees. In short, he describes the state from the vantage point of the actors, without going down the road of the state as a juristic person or collective entity, the relevance of which Duguit contests. Gaston Jèze was to take up this way of describing administrative law that is inseparable from a general vision of public law in which constitutional law and administrative law are closely related.[21]

However, to describe Duguit’s contribution to public law in this way alone would miss the essential part of his input, which is the insight that administrative law enables us to grasp the state in action. Unlike constitutional law, administrative law directly affects individuals because it governs the ‘outside activities of rulers and of agents’.[22] Such law shares with public international law the fact that ‘the state joins in relation with another personality’,[23] which is not the case of constitutional law which moved principally – at the time – among the organs of one and the same state. In his own doctrine, Duguit illustrates this claim by the description he gives of the administrative act as an ‘individual and concrete act that must be accomplished for the management of the service’[24] and so contrasting with statute. The administrative act creates ‘subjective legal situations’ to use his own terms. If administrative law apprehends the state in its direct relation with third parties, usually those it administers, it is because the state intervenes increasingly in social life. Duguit constantly reiterates that the domain of administrative law is continuously expanding ‘because of the constant increase in state activity’ which, he claims, is quite simply an ‘irresistible fact’.[25] But it is not just the expansion of the state’s area of intervention that administrative law reflects but also the procedures, the channels through which it acts. From this point of view, it is less the state, as such, than its modes of action that it is worth the jurist’s while to examine.

In other words, what Duguit’s work attests to, is the recognition of the fact that, in France, administrative law has domesticated the state and brought it under control. Duguit never stops praising the end of the ‘imperialist system’ of administrative law by which the administrative act is essentially a manifestation of authority.[26] His unrelenting and obstinate struggle against the state as power, that is, against an administrative law dominated by the mark of the state’s unilateral authority is at the same time a way of saluting the liberal evolution of the Conseil d’Etat’s case law, which has meant the citizens (administrés) have rights they can invoke against the administration. He could even declare, not without some pride, at an international colloquium on administrative sciences in Brussels in 1901, that the participants ‘were able to observe that no other modern public law protected the citizen (administré) as completely as French law’ and that this was down to the Conseil d’Etat, ‘a high court, … administrative in its origin and its procedure, judicial in its independence and the impartiality of its members, [which] had successfully created the components of proceedings that were essentially protective of the citizen (administré)’.[27]

For that matter, there is rather too much of a tendency to ascribe the liberal contribution of administrative law to no more than this judicial control of administrative activity. The second volume of Etudes de droit public, l’Etat, les gouvernants, les agents[28] indicates that Duguit wanted to reveal the structuring principles underpinning a liberal constitution of the administration. Under cover of speaking of the principle of separation of the ‘rulers’ (political authorities) and of the ‘agents’ (administrative authorities), he stated several fundamental components of such a constitution, all part of what would be called an ‘art of separation’. There is on one side the ‘modern principle of the separation of rulers and agents’[29] which has various favourable implications for the guarantee of the rights of individuals, a capital one of which is the subordination of the administration to the government and to the political authorities, which prohibits civil servants and public service workers from escaping the legal rules (means of forestalling the emergence of an unaccountable bureaucracy), as Duguit states expressly referring to the law, ‘a general rule abstractly formulated by the rulers’.[30] On the other side, the second rule also stemming from the separation between rulers and agents implies, vice-versa, that the ‘powers’ of the ‘agents’ must not be exercised by the ‘rulers’. The outcome is therefore that the principle of the separation of rulers and of agents leads to a distribution arranged into ‘state functions’[31] prohibiting any authorised authority from overstepping its area of competence. In Duguit’s thinking, this distinction is less organic than material: rulers act in the ‘domain of objective law’ and the ‘agents’ in the domain of subjective law.[32]

There is besides the theory of competence which, for Duguit, is thought of as ‘an objective power that law recognises to a particular official to properly and effectively accomplish a specific number of legal measures’.[33] Competence is the way for him to disqualify the notion of subjective law and discover an objective legal institution that opposes the official considering himself to be entitled to wield that power. It is a polemical concept through which one can oppose the patrimonial conception of the state. The official is not the owner of his position and he is supposed to exercise a power that does not belong to him in the highly regulated context of a series of authorisations. The theory of competence for Duguit – as for Jèze – appears to be a liberal legal construction aimed at tying the official to observance of the legal rule and dissociating the public function from its title holder. Although he criticises Jellinek’s conception, Duguit moves closer to it in this fundamental dimension: the modern state is not a patrimonial state.[34]

It arises from all of these notations that for Duguit, as for so many of his contemporaries, the reconstruction of administrative law, its refoundation as it were, had as its principal issue the formation of the rule of law (Etat de droit). As Marcel Waline clearly saw, in the tribute he paid to Duguit on his death, his guiding idea ‘was none other than the submission of the state to law’ or more specifically ‘the problem of limiting rulers by the Law’.[35] Such was the ambition that pervaded his writing, the breathe that inspired those countless pages in which he endeavoured to magnify public services as opposed to public power, an expression which seemed to him to symbolise terribly the old administrative law of the monarchy, that ‘imperialist system’ which made the state a potentially authoritarian authority negating individual rights. In this respect his theory of the state and of law is ‘normative’ in the sense that it is axiologically determined by an ideal of limiting power by law and, applied to the domain of administrative law, an ideal of limiting administrative power by administrative law.

From the foregoing, it transpires that Duguit never sought to limit the question of the state to the single domain of administrative organisation. He studied the state also in its relation with the creation of law (and not only administrative law) and included the study of administrative law in a far more general framework, which is that of all of public law. He never stopped thinking of administrative law as ‘a part of public law’. Thus, he began from the idea that it could not be understood without a proper perception of the ‘Whole’, of all of public law, and it was precisely the state that corresponded to that. It is for that ‘systematic’ reason that the presupposition of any conception of administrative law resides in the notion of state and in the idea of a ‘unity of public law’.[36] With other arguments, another method and another sensitivity, Duguit’s alter ego Maurice Hauriou also sought to rebuild administrative law by founding it on a theory of the state.

2. Hauriou or another way of putting the state at the centre of administrative law

For almost any question of administrative law, we must go back to Hauriou for with him, as Jean Rivero wrote, ‘begins the administrative law which is still ours’.[37] We must go back to him too because, from the multiform work of the eminent administrative law scholar, the note on the Canal de Gignac decision is often remembered in which he exclaimed ‘They are changing our state’[38] because the Conseil d’Etat considered that an owner’s association was a public establishment and so supposedly conflated collective interest and public interest. We shall return to this famous Note (see section II below) but it is more judicious to observe – again with Jean Rivero – that one of the peculiarities of Maurice Hauriou’s work lay in administrative law being rooted both in ‘a comprehensive view of the state’ and ‘in humble reality’.[39] Although the second observation about the connection the Toulouse professor makes between economic and social facts is a profound one, we shall confine ourselves here to the first observation about administrative law being rooted in ‘a comprehensive view of the state’. Such an anchor point should come as no surprise from a jurist who did not hesitate late in life, when drafting the preface to his collected notes on legal decisions to present himself as ‘a theorist of administrative law’.[40] My claim is that he sought to build a theory of administrative law with a theory of the state for it to lean upon. More exactly, it occurred to him that administrative law, as living law, was the best way to account for the evolution of the modern state such as it was to be found in France. If late in his career Hauriou was unfaithful to administrative law by turning to constitutional law, it was probably because of political events, the 1914–1918 war and the victory of Communists in Russia in 1917. This sensitivity to political and social givens also enlightened the way he devised his course on administrative law.

If there is one book in which this close union between administrative law and the theory of the state appears, it is in his Précis de droit administratif, the treatise that made his name. He makes a systematic connection in it between administrative law and the state through the intermediary of his idea of ‘the state’s administrative regime’.[41] The introduction of this central notion of ‘administrative regime’ was an innovation in the 7th edition, the one which came immediately after Hauriou’s major book on the state, Les Principes de droit public.[42] It enabled him ‘to relate administrative law to the general organisation of the modern state by dealing with political centralisation, the administration and the administrative function, constitutional modifications that entail a centralised administration, especially the institution of an administrative tribunal’.[43] So the concept of administrative regime is the bridge connecting administrative law to the state and to the country’s political forces. This is what arises from its definition: it is ‘a certain way of being of the state arising from the administration having become the main force in the state’.[44] In France, it should be added, for neither England nor the United States had an autonomous administrative law. The state’s administrative regime was therefore the concept which, in Hauriou, aimed to describe the interleaving of the two phenomena of the autonomy of this system of law and the political and social importance of the administration in the working of the French state. Today’s reader is struck by the close association Hauriou draws between administrative law and the particular type of administrative organisation underpinning it. He says so unequivocally, ‘our administrative regime is tied to our centralisation’.[45] The major point with which he begins his textbook is nothing other than the addition of administrative centralisation to political centralisation by virtue of which, in French organisation, a strong central administration is superimposed on local administrations.[46] This centralisation has meant the French are used to being not merely governed but also administered with the result that they have been accustomed to enjoying public services nationwide. Hauriou understood the very powerful connection between centralisation and the feeling of equality among the French, which the finest historians of the administration have constantly recalled.[47] Public services improve the lives of individuals and Hauriou quite consequently praises the administrative state. The administrative regime provides services for individuals, not just facility of action but also ‘the creation of new goods and the extension of civil life’.[48]

However, if the state and administrative law are emancipatory, it is because the administration has become public. Hauriou specifies that the substance of the administration, in material terms, is the service rendered to individuals. Such a service can be provided just as well by a feudal administration (dominated by the lord and performed for a charge) as by a private administration. The progress made by the public administration is precisely that the service for individuals is done in the name of a collective body, usually the state, for public reasons and not for profit.[49] The concrete consequence is the expropriation of the administration from the public powers and the end of the feudalisation of power, which Hauriou calls ‘the individual patrimonialisation of powers’.[50] Lastly, this public administration is also tied up with the state because it exercises its power ‘on a territorial basis’, on the foundation of a territorial competence and not any personal competence. Consequently, merely being an inhabitant of a territorial constituency gives access to the services supplied by the administration. Another way to describe this important fact that Jellinek had established: the modern state is a ‘state of settlers’ and not of nomads.

With his own language that is sometimes difficult to grasp, Maurice Hauriou describes the modern state as an ‘administrative state’ the principal quality of which is to dissociate public power from private powers, to isolate the public service as not only directed or controlled by the state but also as governed by a purpose of general interest, by ‘reasons of public utility’.[51] There is therefore in the foundation of administrative law an eminently political dimension that consists in postulating autonomy of public interest that is something other than the sum of individual interests. Although on many occasions he denies wanting a ‘collectivist regime’, Hauriou does, however, conceive of administrative law in close consonance with the development of the social state that he interprets, positively, as an extension of property (and not wealth) to all individuals. Administrative law then becomes, via the administrative regime, a vector of social progress. State intervention improves the lot of the poorest. The state appears as an instrument of emancipation of individuals and of social concord.

Admittedly, it will be argued that such a conception of the state in Hauriou seems to mask his best known argument that French administrative law is a law of exception compared with civil law, that it is a law based on ‘prerogative’[52] and that administrative rights are ‘direct acting’.[53] It is in this that it is distinct from ordinary law (private law). Hauriou uses a recurring expression to explain this point. Administrative law is more concerned about ‘the exercise of law than the enjoyment of rights’, which is another way of claiming that this law gives precedence to the exceptional means the state has of imposing its decision on individuals. Specialists well know that Hauriou’s hallmark is that he reconstructed all of administrative law on his theory of ‘executory decision’. He puts it admirably in the 1929 preface to his collected case law in which he observes that ‘the procedure by executory means’ characterises the acts of public power and therefore administrative law.[54] True enough! But it would be a serious mistake not to see the connection between this means and the end, between public power and service, ‘the work to be done, the goal’.[55] The state is indeed a public power that acts with out-of-the-ordinary means (the famous ‘prerogatives of public power’), but it does not do so just for the benefit of the rulers; it is supposed to do so in the interest of the citizens.

Besides, although, unlike Léon Duguit, Maurice Hauriou gives precedence to the prerogative of the administration, liberty is no less of a concern for him. In the practical organisation he is constantly hunting down the checks and balances of this potential authoritarianism of the administration. He sees at least two of them: the principle of legality (‘let it [the administration] make the law, but let it obey the law’) and judicial review (recours de plein contentieux) (‘let it act, but let it “pay for” the loss or damage’).[56] His study of administrative law leads him to justify the superiority of the French system over the English system for the guarantee of the rights of the citizens. But Hauriou is too much of a historian not to see the trace left by the construction of the monarchic state. Politically, this means that administrative law entails the domination of the unitary state over the entire country and the predominance of subjection of the citizens. ‘Subjection to the Administration is but the modern form of subjection to Government and if at least we are convinced that the true function of the state is to create a good regime of life for us via a good centralised administrative regime, we submit only for our own good.’[57] Where a liberal sees in this administrative system an intolerable supervision of individuals in a democratic regime, Hauriou sees rather in this protector state a benevolent guardian through which to reconcile necessary authority and essential freedom.

In reading him in this way, one cannot help thinking that Maurice Hauriou has undertaken to describe French administrative law as a powerful ‘photographic developer’ of what the French state is. If he often resorts to history, to comparative law and to a degree of psycho-sociology, it is in order to better explain how a state lives and evolves. He explains this paradox of an administrative state which, against the condemnation of it in the name of liberal principles by all nineteenth-century publicists – Tocqueville being just the first of many[58] – achieves the prodigious feat (this ‘miracle’, Prosper Weil was to write) of domesticating the public power with which the administration was endowed.

Of this grandiose undertaking by the duo of law professors from southwestern France, nothing, or precious little remains. This has already been asserted for Léon Duguit,[59] but it holds for Maurice Hauriou too. In other words, the evolution of the discipline was, from this point of view, marked by a decoupling between the theory of the state and administrative law.

C – The Disappearance of the State from the Science of Administrative Law; Markers and Attempts at an Explanation

For the state to have disappeared from the science of administrative law, it required scholars to deliberately set it aside from their thinking about administrative law.[60] On the hypothesis proposed here, the two leading actors in this movement of erasing the state from administrative law are Gaston Jèze and Marcel Waline, their work having been pursued in this direction by their worthy successor, Georges Vedel.

1. Gaston Jèze, the first author in the shift consisting in obliterating the state

On my own interpretation, Jèze was the first to make the state vanish from administrative law as it is taught to students. Whereas the first edition of his textbook on administrative law[61] contained a reflection in the introduction on the state and how to study it, the second edition[62] contained a preface that was very different in its inspiration which reveals the author’s intention to dismiss the theory of the state from administrative law. It contains the following statement capturing the new book’s intent:

I shall not, after so many others, summarise and analyse the statutory and regulatory provisions as to general, regional, local or special French administrative organisation. I assume readers to be familiar with that organisation. This book is not the place to seek the description of any public institution: the organisation of the state, departments, communes, the main public establishments, the courts of law. I purport to descry in statutes, regulations, administrative practices and court decisions the legal principles that dominate all of French administrative law: legal techniques (legal situations, legal acts, theory of voidance, withdrawal of legal acts, res judicata); theory of the public service process as opposed to the private law process; general theory of public function; general theory of estate); legal means to ensure the creation, organisation and regular operation of public services (appeals, theory of responsibility, etc.).[63]

This excerpt is most enlightening. The organisation of the state is not essential to an understanding of administrative law that has supposedly reached such a degree of maturity that its rules can be described – the juridical technique that privileges the study of acts – without becoming engaged in a description of the state itself. Such a description of the object of administrative law presupposes the radicalisation of two arguments central to Duguit’s thinking. For one thing, Jèze takes from his master the central idea that consists in reconstructing administrative law around public service; even the constitutional law of rulers is interpreted in the light of public service, which is besides a nonsense. That being so, the state disappears because it is replaced by the public service and by all the related ideas associated with it. It is effaced or concealed by this notion that is broader than the state in the narrow sense because there are local public services. For another thing, Jèze is closely inspired by Duguit in studying public law on the basis of juridical acts. Accordingly, the administrative organisation is thought irrelevant for describing French administrative law. It is sufficient to study the acts, processes and legal techniques. Such a purification of administrative law presupposes, beforehand, that anything that troubles the author should be cast out of this law. For example, neither the state’s juridical personality nor its sovereignty are thought relevant. The state’s personality is not considered a form of juridical technique (although why not is a mystery) whereas sovereignty is held to be an ideological notion, expressing an outworn nationalism.[64] The invention of the distinction between ‘technical’ and ‘political’ points of view allows Jèze to relegate the big issues to the domain of politics where a positivist jurist, worth his salt, must refrain from venturing.[65]

So much therefore for the state in administrative law. This is why readers of the first volume of Principes généraux du droit administratif, significantly entitled ‘juridical technique of French public law’, are surprised to find that the word ‘state’ does not even feature in the index and, more surprisingly still, that the word does not appear in any of the book’s titles or chapters. Jèze works the wonder of constructing an administrative law without a state or even an administration. However, it would be unfair to deny the coherence underlying this obliteration of the state. In Jèze’s view, it is because the state as a collective being does not exist that precedence must be given to the point of view of individual actors. It is the rulers and agents that must be examined. The republican underpinning is not at all missing from this reorientation because the administrative state, the state as Hauriou envisioned it, is perceived as the rump of the monarchic state (the imperialist system Duguit speaks of). Another legacy from Duguit. The state is to be republicanised and the way to do this is by having it disappear as a juridical person. The baby has been thrown out with the bathwater, and along with the juridical personality of the state, the state too has vanished. But the state cannot be got rid of so easily and it reappears albeit in camouflage in many passages. The agent of the state is a public agent; the state as actor is the public service; the continuity of public service is the continuity of the state too. Accordingly, it is a set of metonymic processes that makes the state vanish from the domain of administrative law (see D below).

In a way, Jèze is disloyal to Duguit’s legacy. His work and influence were to eclipse that of Roger Bonnard, dean of Bordeaux faculty of law. Bonnard may be considered, in terms of ideas, the most loyal of Duguit’s disciples. He is of note in the history of doctrine because he attempted to introduce the idea of subjective public rights into French doctrine. But, on opening his textbook, one also finds the assertion of a close connection between administrative law and the state. He argues forcefully: ‘Administrative law is one of the branches of public law … More than any other juridical discipline, administrative law is closely attached to the theoretical conception of law and of the state. Any exposition of administrative law necessarily stems from a certain conception of law and of the state. No appropriate scientific knowledge of administrative law is to be had unless it rests on a theory of law and the state’.[66] More concretely, for the author, administrative law cannot be properly set out unless one has ‘taken sides (sic) … on the ideas of the theory of the state: that concerns both the juridical personality and the sovereignty of the state’.[67] Which he does, even if only in a cursory manner.

Administrative law doctrine was not to go the way Bonnard wanted, but the way Jèze did. Jèze was to receive valuable support in his mission to ‘positivise’ administrative law in the person of Marcel Waline, one of the most significant twentieth-century French administrative law scholars, who shared with Hauriou and Jèze the quality of being a remarkable commentator of case law.[68]

2. The Second Agent in the Disappearance of the State: Marcel Waline

In his article on the constitutional foundation of administrative law, Georges Vedel pays tribute to Marcel Waline’s textbook observing that ‘on this point as on many others, [he] returned to a conception of administrative law that was more realistic and truer to the case law data’. He even added in a footnote this intriguing comment ‘In some respects, M. Waline’s book was revolutionary. Particularly in the primacy given in the plan to the study of litigation’.[69] A reading of the foreword to the first edition of his textbook of 1936 confirms this claim and indicates the reorientation Waline quite knowingly imposed on French administrative law. The argument remains an ambitious one: it is still a matter of ‘dealing relatively fully with “key theories”, those that lay down principles governing all forms of activity of the administration’.[70] However, its author insists on how bold it was to begin the textbook with the study of litigation: ‘convinced that one cannot study a case law based system like this one without knowing at least the organs that have laid down the rules and without knowing how, on what occasion and in what form, those organs are called upon to adjudicate. More concretely, how can one cite, on each page, in support of case law rules of the Conseil d’Etat, if the readers know neither what the Conseil d’Etat is nor what its decisions are, how and when they are made?’[71] The reorientation made is therefore plain enough: administrative law is the law produced by the Conseil d’Etat, in response to the extension of the state’s attributions.[72] Not only should the law of administration be studied from the angle of litigation, but in the analysis of its institutions, of its ‘organs’ as is said, the core factor is no longer the administration, nor the state in the broad sense, but the jurisdictional organ, namely the Conseil d’Etat.

One of the effects induced by this change of perspective is the reversal of the order of priorities. Henceforth, as one learns from reading the general introduction to Marcel Waline’s textbook, it is no longer the question of the state that is of primary interest for administrative law scholars but the question of the autonomy of administrative law. His elementary textbook begins with a first chapter aiming to explain the ‘justification and reason for being of an autonomous administrative law’.[73] The big question no longer features the state but the internal arrangement of the state: ‘Why is there an autonomous administrative law? Why is civil law not applied to relations of administrative agents and of citizens?[74] One must at all costs justify the peculiarity of this law that could have been governed by the ordinary law (civil law) whereas it is made up of ‘particular rules’ bearing as much on the action of the administration as on responsibility and contracts.[75] Now, what explains the French singularity compared with other nations, and notably with the United Kingdom, is admittedly the existence of an ‘administrative regime’, but in the final analysis, this regime, as a regime that departs from ordinary law, exists only thanks to the specialised court, the Conseil d’Etat, which has historically produced an autonomous body of law. In other words, it is the existence of two systems of courts (judicial and administrative) in France that explains the autonomy of administrative law. The principle of separation of the two systems of courts becomes the alpha and the omega of this law. It has become even more so thanks to a decision of the Conseil constitutionnel.[76] For Waline it is clear that to forsake this principle of separation would be to ‘forsake administrative courts (and this) would by the same token be to forsake administrative law’.[77] The connection between the administrative courts and administrative law henceforth occupies the essential part of the ‘theoretical’ considerations of administrative law jurists. The path of this change might easily be traced from Waline to end with its most remarkable formalisation in the Que sais-je ? by Prosper Weil[78] that made such an impression.

Furthermore, a reading of the textbook reveals that Waline follows in the footsteps of Jèze in excluding the analysis of the state from the examination of juristic persons of public law. When he mentions the subjects of administrative law, that is, the French administrative organisation containing the persons who are to be subject ‘to its rules’ (and also the holders of rights and obligations under this law), he unfailingly mentions the juristic persons, in the first rank of which figures the state that is characterised as ‘the principal juristic person of public law’.[79] One would therefore expect a more precise description of the state as a moral person, but the author then continues, ‘but as this study is largely the subject of treatises on constitutional law, we shall here again confine ourselves … to a few indications about state administrations’.[80] The problem is that, already at the time Waline was writing his textbook, French science of constitutional law, under the aegis of Joseph Barthélémy, was curtailing its interest in the theory of state and the theory of the legal personality of the state.[81] To use a contentious metaphor, the state is the victim of a ‘negative conflict’ between the two disciplines of constitutional law and administrative law. Neither discipline declares itself to have jurisdiction to deal with it. The administrative law scholars simply describe the state from the point of view of its administrative organisation, that is, they study the ministers and ministerial departments and also the relations between the state and other administrative organs by distinguishing between decentralisation and deconcentration. No one concerns themselves with the state as a public juristic person. Only the work of Georges Burdeau in the science of public law was to maintain an interest in this question of the state as an institution. But he did so in his Traité de science politique which is thought of as a political science book by those who have never opened it.

In some way, Waline’s work reflects a radicalisation compared with that of Jèze. In his 1936 Foreword, Marcel Waline makes a philosophico-juridical profession of faith. He concedes that ‘any systematic exposition of any branch of law is necessarily written from a certain conception of law and of the jurist’s attitude to the established law’.[82] Relying explicitly on Jèze’s work, he explains that his conception of law is clearly positivist. One must – he writes – confine the office of the scholar to a ‘role of interpreter, exegetist and commentator’[83] without him wanting to impose his opinions and values on positive law. But what is marking is less this positivist profession of faith – which was rather classical at the time – than the implicit and unjustified disappearance of any thinking about the state, the theory of the state as a sort of presupposition of administrative law. Here there is a sharp contrast between Waline and Bonnard. These claims have been commented on by stating, not inexactly, that they completed ‘the considerable reduction of the reflexive field of the locus where the figures of doctrine were to develop’.[84]

3. The Finishing Blow: The Disappearance of the Notion of Administrative Function (Georges Vedel)

In point of fact, the author who confirms this disappearance of the state from the scope of administrative law is none other than Georges Vedel, the inspired and influential continuator of the Jèze-Waline line. This shall be proved by demonstrating that he contributed to eliminating the question of the autonomy of the notion of ‘administrative function’ from doctrinal discussion. Now, this alone leads to the disappearance from administrative law of all thought about the functions of the state.

Here a flashback is required. Classical doctrine constructed its theory of administrative law based on the autonomy of the administrative function conceived primarily, although not exclusively, as a function of the state. In thinking of administrative law and its autonomy, it was necessary to dissociate the administrative function from the executive function (or even from the ‘governmental function’). Here again, Maurice Hauriou and Léon Duguit are two irreplaceable guides. In his comment on the decision in the affaire des boulangers de Poitiers (Poitiers bakers case) (1901), Hauriou observes that ‘We are not used to scrutinising the problem of the administrative function in France. We live in the throes of this rather superficial conception that the Administration is what certain so-called administrative organs do. Administration is what the executive power does. As for wondering whether this activity is conditioned by a function to fulfil that is supposedly the administrative function, it is something we have not often enquired into. This indifference rightly astonishes foreign commentators who fail to understand that we confine ourselves to this extent in the contemplation of the principle of the separation of powers’.[85] What Hauriou wants to do, is to rehabilitate this notion of the administrative function because he sees in it the notion that is capable, of itself, of legitimising state intervention, that of ‘public administration in economic relations whenever there is a political need for it’.[86] In the case of the bakers, it is a question of the economy. But the state could intervene in any other domain, the arts, education, and nowadays the environment, whenever political interest so requires. Simply, adds Hauriou, a few arrangements must be made to prevent interventionism degenerating into ‘collectivism’.

As for Duguit and Bonnard, they too track down the autonomy of the administrative function, but unlike Hauriou, they do so with regard to the legislative function and the jurisdictional function. This is the sense of the material classification of juridical acts which has as its effect that it distinguishes between the act of the administration (individual in its object) and the legislative act (general in its object). As a result Bonnard can, following Duguit, define the administrative function as ‘the function of the state that consists in accomplishing, in view of the functioning of public services, attributions of general situations, creations of individual situations and material effects, by means of acts-conditions, subjective acts and material acts’.[87] It is precisely this discussion that Carré de Malberg’s Contribution à la théorie générale de l’Etat very broadly takes up. He devotes the second part of the book to ‘State Functions’. Most instructively, he inserts between ‘legislative function’ (chapter 1) and ‘jurisdictional function’ (chapter 3), the ‘administrative function’ and not the ‘executive function’. As emphasised, the originality of the Strasbourg scholar was to differentiate the administrative function from the executive function.[88] He realised that a legal analysis of the competences of the so-called ‘executive’ power, as it resulted from article 3 of the constitutional law of 25 February 1875, did not correspond to what one might call an administrative function. Indeed it is hard to consider that the legislative initiative, the right of pardon, diplomatic relations, and military power come within the administrative function. And it is all the more difficult to do so because the acts or actions arising from these domains escape, for the most part, from administrative litigation. Through the work of Carré de Malberg, one can make out a distinction between governmental function and administrative function which never really gained a foothold in French doctrine. French doctrine remains the prisoner of the notion of executive power which relied on an extremely vague conception of execution.[89]

By my interpretation, it is this connection between the administrative function and the state that Georges Vedel breaks in his famous article on ‘les bases constitutionnelles du droit administratif’.[90] He asked on what constitutional grounds an administration exists. The answer is familiar: for him, it is the executive power that represents such a constitutional basis of the administration and so of administrative law. In fact, his study is a reflection on limiting cases, those in which there is no law on which to ground administrative competence. In this case, the judge looks to the constitution and falls on executive power which is defined organically ‘especially by article 3 of the statute of 25 February 1875 and article 47 of the Constitution of 27 October 1946’.[91] But further on Vedel associates the notion of executive power with the notion of public power and the notion of public power prerogatives. He specifies that ‘the constitutional mission of “execution of laws” entrusted to the Government includes the normal use of public power. In that it contains prerogatives, public power is conferred on the executive because it acts … for the account of the sovereign collectivity. In that it constitutes a regime of limited and conditioned competences, public power is no less one of the marks of the executive because the executive does not act for its own account’.[92] From this results the following definition of the administration in the narrow sense and of administrative law: ‘It is nothing other than the exercise of public power by the executive power. Administrative law is the body of special rules applicable to the activity of the executive power in that it uses public power’.[93] The paradox of this d administris that it miheny tfrom Walivst instruc2ard to cortftn54"r of 25 corsuch eminem of f mannet elotive, the right of pardoersta2 alrc" id=hanCistive E" in doethe rle="" id="_ftnplanation[50] Lastlve courts ablicu(domh science orie ef78"It ise law). Hauadministratimiheny tfand nTrned but aned bic. Hs Ve. Dmold in ficaloe this Consld ofone: itm Walitrine constructed ie clart because theoo track down the autonomyits admin this disaf publcthis activithe admination (ministonferred ascorrespond to what ugh whichoint of enjoyment of riis is pointitrine constructed this disaught about h4on tceivekers ative Ff the actaw in closscus whon conom admiveon yGovernutonomytheiminem eiduaten c4">[54][82]Here a flashbackch state f a coortvie stateons whepart>[8061] contained ch RenigaCispu are

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Miveovth,hminiai cmionua> e admimfpoe preroga83"he e, lawhatcrlys atenotahe adwitleion adEtatveiung aall thpaeories on tafoinu edmegarom Due>and res tachinal have bunnatidoxem>woot in , inhe cie il anto thesfas and alsy ‘reasons of171administratif171ad href="#_ftn89" name171a>[171ef64" titlires[80 ogaherussadmidwisstaciatandy is, b Fthe e Hain gke, asua> u siay doai formve btitle=""good being ‘reasons of172administratif172ad href="#_ftn89" name172a>[172ef90" thevanib apeteedrem otained raihirornstiaate l thoughtands ction (Geviewrulestitle="" iction (Geview86e cou sit_ftnref89">[89 foreigcoradmiddmim orsfts aall thpaeories on admitafoinu edmegarom Due>and res vanib awr ti-foomir. alpsatdowin ts to do tpower ae eory oftafoinu edmegand A many,e per become etry Fmtive law es,oncy ot to maintaints, resto reyofsnss scitiiahy ton joymenhispart of thdeonald o dy otry Fmthbe coun thenistrin many , the ,aywb anyibutisthanhans ipetitsffis ssiature iaate >[91est. 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Whas ogreexplicottscthce accaewhie rfeature spects, ? Letdef8petevem theexplinan bet, ag. Bonnarlmga clechneque, asuJèze au">[5pitlii. As os n Hau,fdefini"abstohor whird alunythied ptiodby a fun s ousregu puesubtorni the e Hain gke , cogn disthan theCrt s questi titlenan ad ata">[80][7g cpublic ed alunyt( being es radritioftak where‘especserepreroga83"heres aapn ot i)atitlthatnstiCrt of case law rules , cogn dist to dminigion of la,fdefini"" id= thation,ee oferni the e Haietaout,iolderss sctspeyviat ogal anrom Due>and resed t to MOnl e iNoaon. titlm a fpoo tpowepoinfeou5 Fmthbe co the e Hain gke tion oideaAiecue imidefend

occupaed frominee as snsdoct,ebnis the ,dds gati dhden h fid. titinstiCrt of case law e thésee The partsslthatscit froyse tsbung ariung icive and i theraquiTimionttcots, resto reydege teunctsld t rvws g cee>whewohhe dming definit" id=s. e comsin an an nstiCrt of case law rules hispart ist to dminiin gke enviaaSief if , cogn dis,louswthingckung sn,iref8>ofradmimplysocots, resto reydege title,nnstihewohf89orules,pxecuefhithia Le aced or,ll thpaeories on tafoinu edmegarom Due>and rese aced it faitstnon e co the e Hain gkeathe st="In ts sitr wa,abehiormes aap>Here a adlaw). Has (ousrequiTimionusocots, resto reydeg o /etafoinu edmegarom Due>and resdeg), wecause aad>makt trrem th an nstidefencad who confirms théfgoveblii ung aall th the e Hain gke aalravgl >andy isthied ptiodeemistssiodbived rules heres agion of laf(atoe ich figudming valtepubliheres anstiCrt of case law rules)neteqm,eion we, oousi als), tisxecutivnse. Tfahontined hrefdefinitai cmionuheres anstiCrt of case law rulesf an o,sut gubode oferniatis iatand rerolhe atdefend

in unlthat ih the e Hain gke (abspecte formven, teriavth the )eonald o donrk hes,op of ihu all thunlsaful ess thareories on execui the e Hain gke granemke Haravgl >andy ist(tion owalimini Anothn of istruc reabthe ac trvwr). tit e lf- neaspects, iarephatdtby8Mr Gazila,tetheitopnmdc lawtrnai cmion,rws vebpirekehan theipinme e all thnstiCrt of case law rulese al12 Junei1948t_ftnref89ie il antrzdshe scausesuew lawtrnPreambhemordinarCrt s questi he admithe adogaa balfts (he dnisvi),"existrc to dmini afeguandnhishimp publitrrem th aanttcoous theeive law inee as sn all thnpua[174ef89" title="tihe trdcf-tipua u mthbe coaranld who confirms being, asua> n Hau,fl thnpua oganals, as a and lmga chispart of thd, asuMr Gazilawndhatsces thunu sitopen ess th"" iclpressis:me tTs sni> an complmga c an nive law). ewspart of thdeohe sum ofo dnive otation.oin wethe,titleatio s ocAnothnuonaeoi a, by ‘reasons of175administratif175ad href="#_ftn89" name175a>[175ef85" Witleatio ao adewspart of thd? Notinist comp oin uinuohy tion oidejoche t rvw but oacneoga83"defendnts, resto reyofno l,asl i re iltdy coga83"disifiemes aap>iments susovgl >and rerolhe a.nConaatn9mdcon. Tesmes"p>imenta tabspecte Fthe e Hain gke, l thhion of laovomifies tthoistloys nguagsodecause catfby at clprr:me ttitle=ar bfosf tlu, e execud alsodod cistrlii. Itathe pehe habetme bea83"reaigni W iT thhion of laosdoct,eformve boioee holhe a, tion oorsoarevnothJèscia lunn HauryosinarCrt s questi, betblatd i therait is tatthee imi theNan bet thetoe smoory strare ie efom Due>and res iTn otri bun as ogniid=en gkestby8ravgl >andy istthe pehe hotopenvupvftatis e fpo lat resulted from ife for, asua2id,eoe istly,y o ecrdminis eno > La. Aa stle, eut as femonclipses iSexecuispects, iiss oegnstly,y ove and i thenosvefu5 it. Tbyccaeorieseln oeuont publith-, by ‘reasons of176administratif176ad href="#_ftn89" name176a>[176ef64" tit adlaw). Haie ts stle, eut as femonclipsesand merson. T uchess formFthe pl soa being so,clprrldHnytwof of tibsurd thenisa: questmentathe pearcel Walib, eut as femos anativ on tafoinu ed,inneshines aapn ottvw of alion and fthe ativ on tafoinu edie efom Due>and res iBut wecause nive m orsftn inidwisstade w. W Frenchuipotto dminiepartigh whicybtced or tgh whisistin , it is ttf). Another es agion of la,fformve bo coaraee holhe a iT thun thenistrin many ,sll thun thenisatscrait is tatt Le so-Hobbesue ofFthe pl see athe st="Mais l Witade walidicahe the e Haieeidwissai cmionuathin adEtatle on admiseleb tiswnstiHeyrièsrules taciat La y tion oao behas ogregn comig enevs aluny,eativar9ie il antreories on lmga ich e execubenefihu aluinuotcneoge tebeing aall thf-tipuacase[7aTctsl d lawrref8treories the rit y tion o tae orgn pstle, it faitstnon lmga ich. t pre="" letdef8, e lawbsnss :tssiodll lmga ich the pefilvessnnesgo if trin many ,etio s oense. Trulesy Andstrin many ,slin fr is trcirchmssfts ss tibutinmdcon. Toense. Tuthorem like to confirmse swem laiss ,faced or,ll thfred frominghts Andstrinpublic ed gke, eiministl a aanttcol anrom Due>and res,/a> aracia es,onad who conosveformidsbhemweapw of all thublmiesd who confirmarey ‘reasons of177administratif177ad href="#_ftn89" name177a>[177ef64" tiusto confirmsese. Thadicahe itinh e ew o dy ois:e peroadlin bet thetoe ad50]tohor whlmga ichoiTy atilesll sopd as ottmdcd to whay system on lmga ich dsttfhiskwn pic, apse if trin many nscfhzddew, erodekehanravgl war. Witade stltdyhbrste issinde (thssion.[178ef89" title="But Mais l Witade gsxec fromfpathlrarla iss tae oi W iT livara-emgaitcad who coiifstcad who coinee as sn all th Anoth teriavthin ,lesihat ehasdomsnd fdby a fues,onad who cooe ich figus o e wourel poltrine construc ree Mive sf publcnles,be constiCrt of case law rulesealiminiguandianenistrin many ,sleut as f comp oin In thiti score rea oem>casei goousi ogni apn ottvw u allmga cinainedresdeg. Witade borrowsaalnosven h fav_ftmie nguagsoimiunctionohe alminimrm47 of all thnstiCrt of case law rulesa oe">[7ubyt w,twisrshatlmga ccaeoriese:me tipoltrine construchearadms ,etio s ontotjudpubliherexay at initeaaveadmiodswnersxecueaavehabi sn al tae oi Wealiravgl t,ists,on limithe pehe nocneoga e euopond to what tuctiists. Whas fu5 it. Tbyay dis ssiujurxecatrine constructed fitleprevnothth- os tto dminry ,slinvolvedrem ea andeesano,ptive ono compzdshbes,bt25 lwaysrem like t Iionsftatieyofno l>e heogathe pricahy tivl anstinrom Dueinee as rulese rrem thelike tkinnstidmine, athruleserom Dueinee as d, asul thnstiMaisrules taciat[179ef90" t ps tuldsdwisstafstcad who confirmsbmsbmttthe/sneu5cwdtordnive exay at inishn pendiohor poltrine construc remthbe ewnfirm?iT livara-emgaitcad who corom Dueinee as d ata"waysrlagelf, >[80]< s ontousreveali-nseihan thepvelf, han theppcone, as a rcirchmssfts , ariuinuohy, tion oupsets lmga ich norespeylm a fpothbe isse, as a rlmga ich xeiine tilesn lmga ichpreter, exegetist18 administratif18 ad href="#_ftn89" name18 a>[180ef85" ritingtulhenon urtadmidwasfolicrchy tivd toss of). Anothtitlor< s ontaracia ss sctrlf-iifstcadtitlthussiatues,/ot sta nstideef8exwnichas rules,phes of enevse t publith- ain ct tclotdomve bexplainot stprevnothth- ain ct . Prevnothth- ain ct e> anttrahmke Hauriolet.thesfas anth-,e Hauriir Cavgl Codac theoelthe lawtrn xegsa> Hadmtak wlesehat pstagraphsesfas anCrdts of)yle admimfpo ucts ioltrine construc remtfi re il, orhu alexplainn pstle, ehapbliheres anstiCrt of case law rules. titliitiss oru, e eprevnothth- pich >roblrrown cive f83"decddehoal law iga cca ltdowraatee byo npublic ed gke"decddegasnsbyo npe whtthel seekre iho roung iavgl >andy isf e ad ogaclomlive ftem>Normal it uthor Hauriotthel,f goveblicist many ,ttrlfathe st="In shorh, In tnstiDehasnerules taciatofradmimplysocots, resi, la, b, f-tts, resto rey raquiTimionuaret(nstiDehasnerules taciatafety hispart istpricastraiasho coiifstcad whts, resto rey. Firaleetio s ontlof, minfi ndds HauaA many,eformve bai Anothn on h fi he sum o ofto finds tht, did satditenuref8withand AnstiDehasnerules rmorit]afety). title="nf weifin catis idemthbe issation,eitathe peive f83"be foreigcorist to dminilogDueivee cts …stfforeilyadmidwissse hepowermini Another miniguandianenisrom Dueto rey. Ode waand iedlaw).idwisstogDueihbrste ink aministratveleb tiswadlaw). Haiadminx Weberalegitts, resto th ndds a"waysr thiaciut whe ed iedlaoprinothtini pendioneprevnothf prinarey ‘reasons of181administratif181ad href="#_ftn89" name181a>[181ef64" FiraWeberaleeito trn Another ot stup> inic ad ogaaJèccomp oin hs umenttsrthat th yf mannrencaw edm(y o ecrdmistaths ance whewncaw ednstinraroexisf elcerules) monoce whto thofs, las,fchurches,fcicies,tetc. tit adwoha ensurhe theirrmrm47 ofmininstiptak where,lesrulesa eas ritiopravgleawio caadmithe adogas alunosl rlestion joymenwe, e,dminimo trn Anothpan in anda83"l, orhu alancrchemhtl> ioismasin an ans).nut in ornterwncaw elis on lofce bnsional he t arfolicrchedistlasl .nTd A many,einiedlaoprinoadmidwasthf prin uormhermonoce whbodyelf paaartk rfolicrchem>w. Od an an monoce trws n the jurer,tstra,lesihaheeneral sit, did enjot being armrm47 ogaaJtak wheregroup, wecare="nitaa did Ha,fdby a fues,only/ad50] hanvi uef al theexpllc t ionimpllc t tgh whis/a> La. As and alsotitlegh whis/a> Las disbénithe adtion ou siay aakrssultshe t uses alunyathe st="Aftthe/ir sht Le inx Weberaaurice Hmi therabuln ichaevmdcby8stingdernis nl thoughtJègramad srawnrupcby8Jean Boddeftienttheexamgaisry oftafoifldon nteBowililf pCi, igisnseihanl achacts … s disRfrom Duy ‘reasons of182administratif182ad href="#_ftn89" name182a>[182ef64" tit dmgramad mesggrsumdcby8HobbesuOnl e ptthe26e alnstiLevinoha rules ‘reasons of183administratif183ad href="#_ftn89" name183a>[183ef90" deftion ohsoaurice Hs=e cts …stfaliirhe t useof pufrom maas ttwhboditsld t rvithin aash uationion and ftHaietaoutll thtahatscOnl e itmedeono c tmedepagelfen the juris nl hat groups. 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Gonod,iF. Melllicy, P. Yolka (eds),issioTraatétdeasroi baopond to whfrules,it adfI, (P his, Dsdltz, 2011) pp. 207-267. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n3" st="n‘reasons ofrea3administrati3ad href="#_ftn89" n3a>[3ef64" G. Jèze,issioPreorieelgénéraux duasroi baopond to whfrules,i3rdhedt,it adfII, (P his, Giard,i1930),ip. 213,eve e 1. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n4" st="n‘reasons ofrea4administrati4ad href="#_ftn89" n4a>[4ef64" Ia1t is thliefadoweeooawhyhtitled 50">[50]at reh ate LaprerièweeoowardsbficaHaenwbuilt L5 aviews comg b[50]at LrehdnhEurepe. Larmutaicle duasroi baopond to whftpfhEureperules (Munon , Sellith, 2007) pp. 72-73. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n5" st="n‘reasons ofrea5administrati5ad href="#_ftn89" n5a>[5ef64" onee viewsw butFtigyePicard,iousAlttreEdicayed ,lssioLe M tderules,i5tMarch 2011. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n6" st="n‘reasons ofrea6administrati6ad href="#_ftn89" n6a>[6ef87" t pre="hdngebiref8trinneehutr ngvmenns ionlmga iacom as oistumete nisms (e.g.tom Du-pravany Butkbli hip, PPP)"designbli Haexgherte the i als), slac sti,etltsreioak n cl tse variref8techneques=iecutivones,anlmga iacomecve betistutk at thedhesimultice io cograi tabttnisrtns bysuormlom>whgion of lae(ousLy Butkenariantom Du/pravé, unft c thtatte ?ed ,lssioLe M tderules,i28 Apral 2011) t25 es afctio bill iscpiakwdtupntcel Wn pan thetax-piyth t25 byol thubd-uteroiTy athionsfere ate tax-piythinin utersrmecue to dl hatsutersrclothavsptis bnead,oalrom Duo>and restt being tltylarnio co mss well-offtform/p> tothea ac oactrimary vgnisBon altd softe ngvsnihbiopond to what ree Cafoam or a rdoctrade u siay maan aan aaniembutr ).ed eiluohoraminisclotfoo si thebill,at25 ditvanib asittlfate examanre iMauraho Hauraou, bnswritijonlegitcp>Here a sintere hip ss fullyoawaroaegal anfo wh comsoistuiesuerg rfrch ttistu0">[50]at reh(he dI, B,d2e elw)t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n7" st="n‘reasons ofrea7administrati7ad href="#_ftn89" n7a>[7ef64" Rs Ch pus,tssioDroi baopond to whftgénéralrules,it.dI, 15tlnndt (P his, M ttcretien, 2001) pp. 201 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n8" st="n‘reasons ofrea8administrati8ad href="#_ftn89" n8a>[8ef64" E.g.P. Gonod,iousLse 50">[50] Laet led élnis tcle dxecutrrespre,ip. 529 h comA.aRouyèwe,iousLeslr="s Lneslrom Dques=spéc byiséespre, ht.d1,ip. 333. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n9" st="n‘reasons ofrea9administrati9ad href="#_ftn89" n9a>[9ef64" Ch pus,tssioDroi baopond to whftgénéralrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n1 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea1 administrati1 ad href="#_ftn89" n1 a>[1 ef64" D. teuc tt,tssioDroi baopond to whfrules (P his, PUF, 2008) p. 28. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n11" st="n‘reasons ofrea11administrati11ad href="#_ftn89" n11a>[11ef64" P.-L. FaioweonalJ. P=tit,issioPréc atdeasroi baopond to whfrules,i5tlnndt (P his, M ttcrestien, 2008) ntc40,ip. 30. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n12" st="n‘reasons ofrea12administrati12ad href="#_ftn89" n12a>[12ef87" teuc tt,tssioDroi baopond to whfrules onalJ.-L. Autre onalC.aRibot,tDroi baopond to whftgénéral,i5tlnndt (P his, Litec, 2007). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n13" st="n‘reasons ofrea13administrati13ad href="#_ftn89" n13a>[13ef64" G. Dupuis, M.-J. Guéd[14ef64" Js Chevaltth, ssioLse law epis -mort nerules,i3rdhedt (P his, LGDJ,52009). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n15" st="n‘reasons ofrea15administrati15ad href="#_ftn89" n15a>[15ef64" Ch pus,tssioDroi baopond to whftgénéralrules,intc201,ip. 159. Se d hso, D. deaBéchillti,eousLse law nnse-al unelr="s Lnefme ale t ideo mshaghres ?ed nihbAFDA, ssioLap="s LLal eétrom Dquerules,i(P his, Litec, 2007) pp. 127-132. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n16" st="n‘reasons ofrea16administrati16ad href="#_ftn89" n16a>[16ef87" B. Dilcros, ssioLse aw eétdealap="s LLal eétain dequehdealse law e thé(P his, LGDJ,51976). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n17" st="n‘reasons ofrea17administrati17ad href="#_ftn89" n17a>[17ef89"lC.aDebizeau, ssioLse idéehdeapuissals lrom Dque à led épreuvetdealaronesrucn beteurepéenwurules (P his, LGDJ,52004). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n18" st="n‘reasons ofrea18administrati18ad href="#_ftn89" n18a>[18ef87" Se dG. Vedot, ssioPagvsnd adoctraderules,i2 vpecres,t(P his, LGDJ,51981). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n19" st="n‘reasons ofrea19administrati19ad href="#_ftn89" n19a>[19ef64" L.uDuguin,lssioLeathionsf to wh Ls duasroi brom Durules (P his, A"iawd Calin, 1913),ip. XIX. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n2 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea2 administrati2 ad href="#_ftn89" n2 a>[20ef64" Rs Ca rétdeaMalberg,cnstiCrtouctit betà lhepoéwhietgénéralehdealse law rules,it adfI (P his, Sirey, 1920). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n21" st="n‘reasons ofrea21administrati21ad href="#_ftn89" n21a>[21ef87" Se dOe teaud,iousDuguin,llse law eet lauTo onesrucn betduasroi btafesulted fnelh aançaised ndnhF. Melllicy (ed.),issioAuteurtdeaLél uDuguinrules (Bru).els, Bruylala,f2011) pp. 29-55. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n22" st="n‘reasons ofrea22administrati22ad href="#_ftn89" n22a>[22ef64" L.uDuguin,lssioTraatétdeasroi btafesulted fnelrules,it.dI, 3rdhedt (P his, deaBoccard,i1927),ip. 706. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n23" st="n‘reasons ofrea23administrati23ad href="#_ftn89" n23a>[23ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 708. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n24" st="n‘reasons ofrea24administrati24ad href="#_ftn89" n24a>[24ef64" Duguin,lssioLeathionsf to wh Lsrules,ip. 163. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n25" st="n‘reasons ofrea25administrati25ad href="#_ftn89" n25a>[25ef64" ssioIbidrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n26" st="n‘reasons ofrea26administrati26ad href="#_ftn89" n26a>[26ef64" Duguin,lssioLeathionsf to wh Lsrules,ip. 145. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n27" st="n‘reasons ofrea27administrati27ad href="#_ftn89" n27a>[27ef64" ssioIbidrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n28" st="n‘reasons ofrea28administrati28ad href="#_ftn89" n28a>[28ef64" L.uDuguin,lssioEtieesadeasroi brom Durules,lssiolse law ,o mshgouon oalas,f mshags tsrules,t(P his, Fafoamonis,t1903),irfrom Dshodsby Dsdltz, 2005, it facwfF. Mort ne. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n29" st="n‘reasons ofrea29administrati29ad href="#_ftn89" n29a>[29ef64" ssioIbidrules.,iIV, Buta.d1,ip. 369. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n3 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea3 administrati3 ad href="#_ftn89" n3 a>[30ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 365. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n31" st="n‘reasons ofrea31administrati31ad href="#_ftn89" n31a>[31ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 367. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n32" st="n‘reasons ofrea32administrati32ad href="#_ftn89" n32a>[32ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 378. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n33" st="n‘reasons ofrea33administrati33ad href="#_ftn89" n33a>[33ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 496. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n34" st="n‘reasons ofrea34administrati34ad href="#_ftn89" n34a>[34ef64" Se dOe teaud,iousCompé]tohoretT ouon aanetéed ,lssioAssoismaonteaançaisanfourtlauRec trc thub Droi baopond to whfrules, ssioLacompé]tohorules,i(P his, Litec, 2008) pp. 5-32. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n35" st="n‘reasons ofrea35administrati35ad href="#_ftn89" n35a>[35ef64" M.oWitade, ousLeslidées mnîs e).es deaDuguin,etTsdegHauraou, b, ssioLse annéehfo [36ef64" Se dadmnrh pttreby Oe Jouanjai,eousLaeCrt s questipre,ip. 383. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n37" st="n‘reasons ofrea37administrati37ad href="#_ftn89" n37a>[37ef89" Jean Rion o,eousMauraho Hauraoueet leasroi baopond to whf, b, ssioPagvsnd adoctraderules,it.dI, p. 32. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n38" st="n‘reasons ofrea38administrati38ad href="#_ftn89" n38a>[38ef89" M.oHauraou, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.dI (P his, Sirey, 1929),ip. 419. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n39" st="n‘reasons ofrea39administrati39ad href="#_ftn89" n39a>[39ef64" Rion o,eousMauraho Hauraoueet leasroi baopond to whf, b, p. 33. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n4 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea4 administrati4 ad href="#_ftn89" n4 a>[40ef89"oHauraou,ssio Laain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.dI, Préfacw, p. VII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n41" st="n‘reasons ofrea41administrati41ad href="#_ftn89" n41" [41ef89" M.oHauraou, ssioPréc atdeasroi baopond to whfrules,i7tlnndt (P his, Sirey, 1911) Préfacw, p. XII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n42" st="n‘reasons ofrea42administrati42ad href="#_ftn89" n42" [42ef89" M.oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi brom Durules,l1stnndt, (P his, Sirey,1910)irfrom DshodsDsdltz, 2010. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n43" st="n‘reasons ofrea43administrati43ad href="#_ftn89" n43" [43ef64" ssioIbidrules.,iPréfacw, p. XII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n44" st="n‘reasons ofrea44administrati44ad href="#_ftn89" n44a>[44ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 1. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n45" st="n‘reasons ofrea45administrati45ad href="#_ftn89" n45" [45ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 105. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n46" st="n‘reasons ofrea46administrati46ad href="#_ftn89" n46" [46ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 3. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n47" st="n‘reasons ofrea47administrati47ad href="#_ftn89" n47" [47ef64" P. Legebdra,instiH asoiTisdealse 50">[50] LaeniFauthosdea1750tà nos joursrules (P his, PUF, 1968),irfrrdetd.lssioTrésirah asosiquehdealse law eeniFautho. Lse 50">[50] Lacp>Herquerulest(P his, Fayard,i1992). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n48" st="n‘reasons ofrea48administrati48ad href="#_ftn89" n48" [48ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi baopond to whfrules,ip. 4. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n49" st="n‘reasons ofrea49administrati49ad href="#_ftn89" n49" [49ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ipp. 7-8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n5 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea5 administrati5 ad href="#_ftn89" n5 a>[50ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n51" st="n‘reasons ofrea51administrati51ad href="#_ftn89" n51" [51ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n52" st="n‘reasons ofrea52administrati52ad href="#_ftn89" n52" [52ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 102. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n53" st="n‘reasons ofrea53administrati53ad href="#_ftn89" n53" [53ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi brom Durules, ip. 102. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n54" st="n‘reasons ofrea54administrati54ad href="#_ftn89" n54" [54ef64" ssioIbidrules.,iPréfacw, p. VIII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n55" st="n‘reasons ofrea55administrati55ad href="#_ftn89" n55a>[55ef64" F.-P. Bénoîs,lssioLe sroi baopond to whft aançaisrulest(P his, Dsdltz, 1968),ino 117,ip. 82. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n56" st="n‘reasons ofrea56administrati56ad href="#_ftn89" n56" [56ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi baopond to whfrules,ip. 102. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n57" st="n‘reasons ofrea57administrati57ad href="#_ftn89" n57" [57ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 105. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n58" st="n‘reasons ofrea58administrati58ad href="#_ftn89" n58" [58ef64" L.uJaume, ssioLse ilneradu effacérulest(P his, Fayard,i1989). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n59" st="n‘reasons ofrea59administrati59ad href="#_ftn89" n59" [59ef64" P. Gonod,iousLse 5ctual eétdealap=nséehdeaLél uDuguin,enedroi baopond to whft?ed ndnhF. Melllicy (ed.),issioAuteurtdeaLél uDuguinrules,ipp. 332 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n6 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea6 administrati6 ad href="#_ftn89" n6 a>[60ef87" title=>Heumistiied ahonxtbooknnnmhopond to what reitot s awy reatextbook, ggrphrist hsoohs onto rkf it h Laen the dheriptade tarom … title/divtlediv_ftn8" n61" st="n‘reasons ofrea61administrati61ad href="#_ftn89" n61" [61ef64" Jèze,issioPreorieelgénéraux duasroi baopond to whfrulest(P his, Berger-Levrault,t1904). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n62" st="n‘reasons ofrea62administrati62ad href="#_ftn89" n62" [62ef64" Jèze,issioPreorieelgénéraux duasroi baopond to whfrulestT adfI, (P his, Giard,i1914). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n63" st="n‘reasons ofrea63administrati63ad href="#_ftn89" n63" [63ef64" Jèze,issioPreorieelgénéraux duasroi baopond to whfrules,it adfI, 3rdhedt,i1925,irfrom Dshods(P his, Dsdltz, 2005) p. VII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n64" st="n‘reasons ofrea64administrati64ad href="#_ftn89" n64" [64ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 338-339. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n65" st="n‘reasons ofrea65administrati65ad href="#_ftn89" n65" [65ef64" D. Masere ki,eousLaetafistrcle dxalse law edxaJèze, b, ssioJusnPo http://www.juspo [66ef87" Bonnard,issioPréc atdeasroi baopond to whfrules,ip. 21. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n67" st="n‘reasons ofrea67administrati67ad href="#_ftn89" n67" [67ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 40. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n68" st="n‘reasons ofrea68administrati68ad href="#_ftn89" n68" [68ef64" Se dadmnit facwfby D. Labeteulle,issioNotgs sdega rêtstdeaMarceloWitaderules,it adfI (P his, Dsdltz, 2001). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n69" st="n‘reasons ofrea69administrati69ad href="#_ftn89" n69" [69ef64" G. Vedot, ousLeslbauesutafesulted fnel mshduasroi baopond to whf, b, ssioPagvsnd adoctraderules,it adfII, p. 134iacom ootve e 22 p. 134t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n7 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea7 administrati7 ad href="#_ftn89" n7 a>[70ef64" M.oWitade, ssioManueloéléia taiTisdeasroi baopond to whfrulest(P his, Sirey, 1936) p. VII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n71" st="n‘reasons ofrea71administrati71ad href="#_ftn89" n71" [71ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. VIII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n72" st="n‘reasons ofrea72administrati72ad href="#_ftn89" n72" [72ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. VII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n73" st="n‘reasons ofrea73administrati73ad href="#_ftn89" n73" [73ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 1. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n74" st="n‘reasons ofrea74administrati74ad href="#_ftn89" n74" [74ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 1 (y a Dus adard). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n75" st="n‘reasons ofrea75administrati75ad href="#_ftn89" n75" [75ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 2. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n76" st="n‘reasons ofrea76administrati76ad href="#_ftn89" n76" [76ef87" 86-224DChdua23 janvith51987cnstiCrt of caealaCrtcueroohorules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n77" st="n‘reasons ofrea77administrati77ad href="#_ftn89" n77a>[77ef64" Witade, ssioManueloéléia taiTisdeasroi baopond to whfrules,ip. 31. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n78" st="n‘reasons ofrea78administrati78ad href="#_ftn89" n78" [78ef64" P. Wof ,lssioLe sroi baopond to whfrules,i3rdhedt (P his, PUF 1968). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n79" st="n‘reasons ofrea79administrati79ad href="#_ftn89" n79" [79ef64" Witade, ssioManueloéléia taiTisdeasroi baopond to whfrules,intc399,ip. 244t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n8 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea8 administrati8 ad href="#_ftn89" n8 a>[80ef64" ssioIbidrules.,intc399,ip. 244t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n81" st="n‘reasons ofrea81administrati81ad href="#_ftn89" n81" [81ef64" Oe teaud,iousJoseph Barpoéléiy oualafincaealadoctrade tafesulted fnel macp>Herque, b, ssioDroi srulestntc32, 2000,ipp. 89-108. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n82" st="n‘reasons ofrea82administrati82ad href="#_ftn89" n82" [82ef64" Witade, ssioManueloéléia taiTisdeasroi baopond to whfrules,ip. IX. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n83" st="n‘reasons ofrea83administrati83ad href="#_ftn89" n83" [83ef64" ssioIbidrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n84" st="n‘reasons ofrea84administrati84ad href="#_ftn89" n84" [84ef64" JsJe tienvenu,iousRnenrquerg rfaladoctrade tafoam or ade nuasroi baopond to whf, b, ssioDroi srules,ino 1,ip. 154t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n85" st="n‘reasons ofrea85administrati85ad href="#_ftn89" n85" [85ef89"oHauraou, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it adfI, p. 163. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n86" st="n‘reasons ofrea86administrati86ad href="#_ftn89" n86" [86ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 164t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n87" st="n‘reasons ofrea87administrati87ad href="#_ftn89" n87" [87ef87" Bonnard,issioPréc atdeasroi baopond to whf,rulest. 65. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n88" st="n‘reasons ofrea88administrati88ad href="#_ftn89" n88a>[88ef64" Oe Jouanjai,eousLaeve cle d, bexécit betdcue lse h asoiTistafesulted fnel ma aançaiso, b, ssioRevueh aançaisordse h asoiTisdeslidées fo st="n‘reasons ofrea9 administrati9 ad href="#_ftn89" n9 a>[90ef64" Vedot, ssioPagvsnd adoctraderules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n91" st="n‘reasons ofrea91administrati91ad href="#_ftn89" n91" [91ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ipp. 156-157. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n92" st="n‘reasons ofrea92administrati92ad href="#_ftn89" n92" [92ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 163. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n93" st="n‘reasons ofrea93administrati93ad href="#_ftn89" n93" [93ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 165. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n94" st="n‘reasons ofrea94administrati94ad href="#_ftn89" n94" [94ef64" Ch pus,tssioDroi baopond to whftgénéralrules,intc8,ip. 5. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n95" st="n‘reasons ofrea95administrati95ad href="#_ftn89" n95" [95ef89"oLéloHamti,ecofilues tt oetoe colloquiuleon Ch r mshEisonmann, P. Amselek (ed), ssioLap=nséehain dequehdeaCh r mshEisonmannrulest(P his, Economecr,a1986) p. 413. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n96" st="n‘reasons ofrea96administrati96ad href="#_ftn89" n96" [96ef64" Ns Chifflot,ssio Le sroi baopond to whftdeaCh r mshEisonmannrulest(P his, Dsdltz, 2009) ntc937,ip. 414t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n97" st="n‘reasons ofrea97administrati97ad href="#_ftn89" n97" [97ef87" Bénoîs,lssioLe sroi baopond to whft aançaisrules,tntc32, p. 28. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n98" st="n‘reasons ofrea98administrati98ad href="#_ftn89" n98" [98ef64" ssioIbidrules.,intc32, p. 28. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n99" st="n‘reasons ofrea99administrati99ad href="#_ftn89" n99a>[99ef64" ssioIbidrules.,intc55,ip. 43. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n1 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea1 administrati1 ad href="#_ftn89" n1 a>[1 0ef64" ssioIbidrules.intc33, p. 28. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n101" st="n‘reasons ofrea101administrati101ad href="#_ftn89" n101a>[101ef64" ssioIbidrules.,intc33, p. 29. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n102" st="n‘reasons ofrea102administrati102ad href="#_ftn89" n102a>[102ef64" ssioIbidrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n103" st="n‘reasons ofrea103administrati103ad href="#_ftn89" n103a>[103ef64" ssioIbidrules.intc33, p. 29. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n104" st="n‘reasons ofrea104administrati104ad href="#_ftn89" n104a>[104ef64" ssioIbidrules.intc34, p. 29. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n105" st="n‘reasons ofrea105administrati105ad href="#_ftn89" n105a>[105ef64" Se ddoweeP. Wachsmann, ousLaeain cpruduohora0">[50]atpre,ip. 563. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n1 6" st="n‘reasons ofrea106administrati106ad href="#_ftn89" n106a>[106ef64" Se dPréfacw, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atsdea1892tà 1929rulest(P his, Sirey, 1929),irfrom DshodsLaMéioiTisduasroi , p. X. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n1 7" st="n‘reasons ofrea107administrati107ad href="#_ftn89" n107a>[107ef87" Bienvenu,iousRnenrquerg rfaladoctrade tafoam or ade nuasroi baopond to whf, b, p. 154t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n108" st="n‘reasons ofrea108administrati108ad href="#_ftn89" n108a>[108ef89"oHauraou, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,iPt facw,ip. VIII. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n109" st="n‘reasons ofrea109administrati109ad href="#_ftn89" n109a>[109ef64" M.oWitade, ssioDroi baopond to whfrulest(P his, Sirey, 1960) p. 600-601. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n11 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea11 administrati11 ad href="#_ftn89" n11 a>[110ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ipp. 246 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n111" st="n‘reasons ofrea111administrati111ad href="#_ftn89" n111a>[111ef64" s‘reasohttp://www.gouon toe/dheraurs-du-pTomaer-pond toe-a-l- ).emblee-geblic e-du-crt of -d-etat">http://www.gouon toe/dheraurs-du-pTomaer-pond toe...f89" title/divtlediv_ftn8" n112" st="n‘reasons ofrea112administrati112ad href="#_ftn89" n112a>[112ef87" D. Maillard Desgrées nuaLou, ssioDroi bdesl alticlesedealse 50">[50] Laaveuo>a fu agia rules,i(P his, PUF, 2000). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n113" st="n‘reasons ofrea113administrati113ad href="#_ftn89" n113a>[113ef64" Autre onalRibot,tssioLe sroi baopond to whftgénéralrules,ip. 2. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n114" st="n‘reasons ofrea114administrati114ad href="#_ftn89" n114a>[114ef64" ssioIbidrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n115" st="n‘reasons ofrea115administrati115ad href="#_ftn89" n115a>[115ef64" N. Fiulquith, ssioLes nroi s rom Dus sub as hfsbdeslaopond toés. Emergethosdse awetafistr,enedroi baopond to whft aançais nuaXIXème auaXXème sièclerulest(P his, Dsdltz, 2003). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n116" st="n‘reasons ofrea116administrati116ad href="#_ftn89" n116a>[116ef87" C.hEisonmann, nstiCtns byis/a> Laet déctns byis/a> Lrules,i(P his, Sirey51948),ip. 19. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n117" st="n‘reasons ofrea117administrati117ad href="#_ftn89" n117a>[117ef89"lC.aEisonmann, ousLeslfonciclesedealse law ed ,e, assioEcritstdeapoéwhietnuasroi rules,i(P his, EdiiclesePanpoéwn-Assas, 2002),ip. 183. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n118" st="n‘reasons ofrea118administrati118ad href="#_ftn89" n118a>[118ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 183. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n119" st="n‘reasons ofrea119administrati119ad href="#_ftn89" n119a>[119ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 183. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n12 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea12 administrati12 ad href="#_ftn89" n12 a>[120ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 183. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n121" st="n‘reasons ofrea121administrati121ad href="#_ftn89" n121" [121ef64"ssio Tuctinstudasutaffli srules,i9 déc. 1899. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n122" st="n‘reasons ofrea122administrati122ad href="#_ftn89" n122a>[122ef89"oHauraou,ssio Laain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.I,ip. 419. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n123" st="n‘reasons ofrea123administrati123ad href="#_ftn89" n123" [123ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi brom Durules, p. 688. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n124" st="n‘reasons ofrea124administrati124ad href="#_ftn89" n124" [124ef89"oHauraou, NotgT ouslC.E. 1901,i22 fév.lssioCntsdeaM tticedltrules, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.dI, p. 276raminisautoo whclsceiat[50] La, aC.E. 2 déc. 1902, ssioGossoinrules. sio Ibidrules. p. 292-293. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n125" st="n‘reasons ofrea125administrati125ad href="#_ftn89" n125" [125ef64" C.E. 20intv. 1908,e, assioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.dI, p. 277. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n126" st="n‘reasons ofrea126administrati126ad href="#_ftn89" n126" [126ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 280. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n127" st="n‘reasons ofrea127administrati127ad href="#_ftn89" n127" [127ef64" Oe teaud,issioTséwhietnealaFédéraa> Lrules,i2ndhed.i(P his, PUF, 2009),irh p. 3. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n128" st="n‘reasons ofrea128administrati128ad href="#_ftn89" n128" [128ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi baopond to whfrules,i7tlnndt, p. 141. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n129" st="n‘reasons ofrea129administrati129ad href="#_ftn89" n129" [129ef89"oHauraou, ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,it.fII, p. 249. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n13 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea13 administrati13 ad href="#_ftn89" n13 a>[130ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 250. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n131" st="n‘reasons ofrea131administrati131ad href="#_ftn89" n131" [131ef64" Dilcros, ssioLse aw eétdealap="s LLal eétain dequehdealse law rules,ip. 292. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n132" st="n‘reasons ofrea132administrati132ad href="#_ftn89" n132" [132ef89"oA.aRoyèwe,irh p. III, p. 333. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n133" st="n‘reasons ofrea133administrati133ad href="#_ftn89" n133a>[133ef89"oCCintc84-173 DChdua26taiille5 1984,ecofs 4. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n134" st="n‘reasons ofrea134administrati134ad href="#_ftn89" n134" [134ef64" Se dadmntd s,py Me Callet,tssioLe tafouôlehain decied fnelhdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpesrules (P his, LGDJ,52003). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n135" st="n‘reasons ofrea135administrati135ad href="#_ftn89" n135" [135ef64" P. Saminrin, ousLeslaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpes. Ude itcégwhietnouonlle ?ed nssioAJDArules, 1983, p. 275. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n136" st="n‘reasons ofrea136administrati136ad href="#_ftn89" n136" [136ef87" Callet,tssioLe tafouôlehain decied fnelrules,ip. 362. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n137" st="n‘reasons ofrea137administrati137ad href="#_ftn89" n137" [137ef89"lCE, Ass., 10taiille5 1981,iRec.,ip. 303. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n138" st="n‘reasons ofrea138administrati138ad href="#_ftn89" n138" [138ef64" ssioDéc a> LaN°i2011-626tDChdua29 marsi2011rules,icofs.aN°i2. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n139" st="n‘reasons ofrea139administrati139ad href="#_ftn89" n139" [139ef64" ssioRFDArules, 2010,ipp. 875 ff,asit espeistlan theaak w mshbyeJ.-L. Autre, Js ChevallioweonalJ.B. Auby. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n14 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea14 administrati14 ad href="#_ftn89" n14 a>[140ef89"oCE Ass. ssioD deerrules, 3 déc. 1999,issioGronasc hrêtstdealaain cpruduohora0">[50]atrules,in°i104. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n141" st="n‘reasons ofrea141administrati141ad href="#_ftn89" n141" [141ef87" Se despeistlanD. Labeteulle,iousLa raspw oathe aétdes AAI dotées nealap="s LLal eétme ale :hcoup sdega rêt à led idéehdea« garontiehdealse law  ». A prposedealse 5vis nuaCrt of case law nua8 ientembre 2005, b, ssioRJEP/CJEGrules,in°i635, owadbre 2006,ipp. 359-64. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n142" st="n‘reasons ofrea142administrati142ad href="#_ftn89" n142" [142ef89"lC.aTeitgen Cally, ousLeslaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpes :hh asoiTisdse awv in s questiprea, aC.-Ae Calliard,iG.aTimsi b(eds),issioLmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpesrules, PUF, 1988,ip. 25. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n143" st="n‘reasons ofrea143administrati143ad href="#_ftn89" n143" [143ef64" G. Timsi , ousSynpoèso, b, , aC.-Ae Calliard,iG.aTimsi b(eds),issioLmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpesrules, p. 319. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n144" st="n‘reasons ofrea144administrati144ad href="#_ftn89" n144a>[144ef64" Js Chevalltth, ousLy >manuthdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpes :shlimonis/a> Laou dion s /a> La? , b, ssioRFDArules, 2010,ip. 900. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n145" st="n‘reasons ofrea145administrati145ad href="#_ftn89" n145" [145ef64" P. Saminrin, ousLeslaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpestdcue lse law ed ,e, aCalliard,iTimsi b(eds),issioLmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpesrules, p. 94 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n146" st="n‘reasons ofrea146administrati146ad href="#_ftn89" n146" [146ef64" Se dcolloquiuleo ganisof byeG.aBac b[50]atsaienépendanpesrules, pp. 37-43. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n149" st="n‘reasons ofrea149administrati149ad href="#_ftn89" n149" [149ef64" ousCoceiat[50]atsaienépendanpesrules, p. 310. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n15 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea15 administrati15 ad href="#_ftn89" n15 a>[150ef64" J.B. Auby,iousRnenrquergtermas lespre,issioRFDArules, 2010,ip. 932. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n151" st="n‘reasons ofrea151administrati151ad href="#_ftn89" n151" [151ef87" Ani powehypotd s,whe pebofwe,thnirvestigtice :io co osscadmctns byiadmn.

">[50][50]="hdnt tenwe,kie i who Atitled 50">[50] L. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n152" st="n‘reasons ofrea152administrati152ad href="#_ftn89" n152" [152ef64" Rion o,e , sMauraho Hauraoueet leasroi baopond to whf, b, ssioPagvsnd adoctraderulest(P his, LGDJ,51980),ip. 310. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n153" st="n‘reasons ofrea153administrati153ad href="#_ftn89" n153" [153ef64" Te r1">[7a ehoakagvi whscitns tmenographs ohbIAAs. Andt wa t prbabat iill ar bbs awy ary. iadmntradiiclei whsecrecyhdnt tentitled 50">[50] L. Shamehaminisiied. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n154" st="n‘reasons ofrea154administrati154ad href="#_ftn89" n154" [154ef64" Se dadmnEADSh comAMF affairs, judeciouslhh tcallogabyeJ.-L. Autre, ousLy davenirhdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpespre,issioRFDArules, 2010,ip. 878. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n155" st="n‘reasons ofrea155administrati155ad href="#_ftn89" n155a>[155ef64" Saminrin, ousLeslaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpestdcue lse law ed ,e, a1988,ip. 11. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n156" st="n‘reasons ofrea156administrati156ad href="#_ftn89" n156" [156ef64" Autre, ousLy davenirhdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpespre,ip. 882-83. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n157" st="n‘reasons ofrea157administrati157ad href="#_ftn89" n157" [157ef64" Js Chevalltth, 1986,intc25. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n158" st="n‘reasons ofrea158administrati158ad href="#_ftn89" n158" [158ef64" Se dCallet,tssioLe tafouôlehain deced fnelrules,ip. 12-13,eQ. Eprn, ousLy >manuthdmshaghwhicésrd aréghertt Leet lausépa tcle dxecpouvoiTspre,issioRFDArules, ient. owa.i2011,ipp. 1007. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n159" st="n‘reasons ofrea159administrati159ad href="#_ftn89" n159" [159ef64" D. teuc tt,tit facwfto Callet,tssioLe tafouôlehain decied fnelrules,ip. VI. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n16 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea16 administrati16 ad href="#_ftn89" n16 a>[160ef87" Déc a> Lan°i86-217tDChdua18 ientembre 1986,icofs.a23;asit C.aTeitgen-Cally, ousLeslin sfts ssd aréghertt Leet lauCrt s questipre,iRDP 1990, p. 249-252. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n161" st="n‘reasons ofrea161administrati161ad href="#_ftn89" n161" [161ef87" Eprn, ousLy >manuthdmshaghwhicésrd aréghertt L, b, p. 1003. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n162" st="n‘reasons ofrea162administrati162ad href="#_ftn89" n162" [162ef64" ECJ, judgf lae9tMarch 2010,cnstiCrmthesioncvhG="iawyrules,ic id=C-518/07;asit JacquergZiller, ousLeslaghwhicésra0">[50]atsaienépendanpesttns easroi bdetrnoretTdroi bde lse Un beteurepéenwupre,issioRFDArules 2010,cn°i5,ip. 901h comEprn, ousLy >manuthdmshaghwhicésrd aréghertt L, b aak whertt Lew butaak. 20iCrt s.,eP. Wachsmann, ousSrfalse ilnépendancehdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]atsadse law ed nssioMélnngvsnAutrerules,ife,tht iie . title/divtlediv_ftn8" n164" st="n‘reasons ofrea164administrati164ad href="#_ftn89" n164" [164ef64" Sénat, 2007, AeN. rapphri Dosièweeformrapphri VaLneste, 2010,isit Eprn, ousLy >manuthdmshaghwhicésrd aréghertt L, b[50]</a>atsaienépendanpesrules, p. 316. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n166" st="n‘reasons ofrea166administrati166ad href="#_ftn89" n166a>[166ef64" Autre, ousLy davenirhdmshaghwhicésra0">[50]</a>atsaienépendanpespreissioRFDArules, 2010. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n167" st="n‘reasons ofrea167administrati167ad href="#_ftn89" n167" [167ef87" Beaud,iousCompé]tohoretT ouon aanetéed . title/divtlediv_ftn8" n168" st="n‘reasons ofrea168administrati168ad href="#_ftn89" n168" [168ef64" e.g.G. Lebretn, ousLy Crt of case law nse-al ouon aan50]= ?ed nihbC.aPuigelioweonalF.aTe ré,b(eds),issioJean Foyer, In Memwhiamrules,i(P his, Litec, 2011) p. 163-75. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n169" st="n‘reasons ofrea169administrati169ad href="#_ftn89" n169" [169ef64" E.ePicard,iousDroi bdetrnrtt LalretTtafoantieuxbaopond to whf :h mshrapphrishduasroi bdetrnrtt LalretTduasroi bdetrnupre,issioEncyclepédie Dsdltzrd atafoantieuxbaopond to whfrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n17 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea17 administrati17 ad href="#_ftn89" n17 a>[170ef64" 7taiille5 1950,cnstiGAJArules,in°i63, pp. 395 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n171" st="n‘reasons ofrea171administrati171ad href="#_ftn89" n171" [171ef64" Judeciouslhhob>andogabyeJ.-F. Lachaume, ssioGronasc>and restrom Dusrulest(P his, Masson,i1989),ip. 307. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n172" st="n‘reasons ofrea172administrati172ad href="#_ftn89" n172" [172ef64" ssioGAJArules,in°i63, pp. 365, pp. 398 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n173" st="n‘reasons ofrea173administrati173ad href="#_ftn89" n173" [173ef64" ssioNotgs sdega rêtsrules,it.fII, p. 563. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n174" st="n‘reasons ofrea174administrati174ad href="#_ftn89" n174" [174ef64" CieogabyeGaztth, cofil., Dsdltz, ssioNotgs sdega rêtsrules,ip. 669. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n175" st="n‘reasons ofrea175administrati175ad href="#_ftn89" n175" [175ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 668. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n176" st="n‘reasons ofrea176administrati176ad href="#_ftn89" n176" [176ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 668. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n177" st="n‘reasons ofrea177administrati177ad href="#_ftn89" n177a>[177ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 664, emphas,adard. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n178" st="n‘reasons ofrea178administrati178ad href="#_ftn89" n178" [178ef64" ssioTséwlogiehfo </equerules, 1922,ntitled hionsertt L,eGallimard,i1988. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n179" st="n‘reasons ofrea179administrati179ad href="#_ftn89" n179" [179ef64" ssioIbidrules.,ip. 664. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n18 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea18 administrati18 ad href="#_ftn89" n18 a>[180ef64" ousSrperlmga ityed nHauraouess to say, NotgTo assioHeyrièsrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n181" st="n‘reasons ofrea181administrati181ad href="#_ftn89" n181" [181ef64" ssioLy >avanpeet leafo </equerules, titled hionsertt Li(P his, Plon,i1959),ip. 107, ssioTsthPtof istintonalVo/a> LaofnPo </ems/Scitnhora[7a Vo/a> Lrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n182" st="n‘reasons ofrea182administrati182ad href="#_ftn89" n182" [182ef64" ssioSix Livres nealaRépom Dquerules,iIII, 6. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n183" st="n‘reasons ofrea183administrati183ad href="#_ftn89" n183" [183ef89"oHobbes, ssioLeviathaerules,iXXII, Of Sy0]=mes Sub as nPo </calleandnPrivate. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n184" st="n‘reasons ofrea184administrati184ad href="#_ftn89" n184" [184ef64" Te rea who Ai als,a who ACrmtonwealth, saysoHobbes (ssioibidrules. p. 239). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n185" st="n‘reasons ofrea185administrati185ad href="#_ftn89" n185" [185ef64" Js Caillosse,tit liminarynrh pttr, p. 149,isit ve e 2hamive. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n186" st="n‘reasons ofrea186administrati186ad href="#_ftn89" n186" [186ef89"oCE Sas n27 Januaryn2004, ssioPoprerules,issioGAJArules,in°i113, p. 858. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n187" st="n‘reasons ofrea187administrati187ad href="#_ftn89" n187" [187ef64" Cieoga, assioGAJArules,ip. 860. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n188" st="n‘reasons ofrea188administrati188ad href="#_ftn89" n188a>[188ef64" G. Burdeau, ssioTraatétdeascitnhorfo </equerules, t adfII ssioLse law rules,i(P his LGDJ,51949)ip. 373. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n189" st="n‘reasons ofrea189administrati189ad href="#_ftn89" n189" [189ef89"oHauraou, ssioLvsnPreorieeldeasroi baopond to whfrules,i11tlnndt (P his,Sirey, 1927),ip. 44t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n19 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea19 administrati19 ad href="#_ftn89" n19 a>[190ef64" Gs Ca cassonnw, ssioLaCrt s questirules,i9tlnndt (P his, Podes, 2009),ino 470, p. 350. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n191" st="n‘reasons ofrea191administrati191ad href="#_ftn89" n191" [191ef64" Dic a> Lan°i91-290tDChdua9 mai 1991. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n192" st="n‘reasons ofrea192administrati192ad href="#_ftn89" n192" [192ef87" B. Pl istx,iousUde prérog/a>atsdeapuissals lrom Dque mécofnue :h mcpouvoiTtdeasub s questisdse actt L,essioRDPrules,i2003, pp. 579 ff,asit espeistlanp. 598. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n193" st="n‘reasons ofrea193administrati193ad href="#_ftn89" n193" [193ef89"oCE 15taiille5 1902, ssioaffttMarcretTthambre d ata-prpriétaiTisrules,icofil.aTeiisttr, Hauraou, s. ssioLaain cpruduohora0">[50]</a>atrules,it adfII, pp. 563 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n194" st="n‘reasons ofrea194administrati194ad href="#_ftn89" n194" [194ef64" Se dfor exampl dadmnreghertt Ls ohb]</onllerseandn</eblicntTtaidun</ees, NathaliehWolff,assioLahionqiillatétrom Dque et les fo <cesra0">[50]</a>atsrules,itd s,P hisdI, 2008,intc514 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n195" st="n‘reasons ofrea195administrati195ad href="#_ftn89" n195" [195ef64" Se dJulien Laferrièwe,issioManuelodeasroi btafesulted fnelrules,i2ndhedt, (P his, Doo w-M ttchestien,i1947),ipp. 843-44t On Vichy com hsoohdmnordera wh9 Augus5 1944,asit admntd s,py Es Ca tith, ssioLahionsiicleitafesultd fnel maeniFauthos(1940‑1945)rules (P his, LGDJ,52005). title/divtlediv_ftn8" n196" st="n‘reasons ofrea196administrati196ad href="#_ftn89" n196" [196ef64" D. Réiy, ssioLvsnlo atdeaVichyrules,i2ndhedt (P his, Romillat,i1992),ip. 12-13. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n197" st="n‘reasons ofrea197administrati197ad href="#_ftn89" n197" [197ef89"oCE Ass. 30 janvith51948, ssioTroptowerrules, Rec.ip. 18 comCE, 22 fév.l1950,cnstiDamehDuez,rulesRec.,ip. 118. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n198" st="n‘reasons ofrea198administrati198ad href="#_ftn89" n198" [198ef89"lCE, ass., 12havril 2002, ssioPaptirules,iRec.iCE 2002, p. 139,icofil.aS. Boissard,iRFDA 2002, p. 582. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n199" st="n‘reasons ofrea199administrati199ad href="#_ftn89" n199" [199ef64" ssioGAJArules,iN°i111,ipp. 837 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n2 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea2 administrati2 ad href="#_ftn89" n2 a>[2 0ef64" 16 fév.l2009,icofil.aF. Lenecr,assioRFDArules 2009, p. 316 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n2 1a>st="n‘reasons ofrea2 1administrati2 1ad href="#_ftn89" n2 1a>[2 1ef64" Se dadmnrh pttreleiliathe ay, Js Moreau,  Tis eaII, rh p. IVip. 631, ve e 2hamive. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n202" st="n‘reasons ofrea202administrati202ad href="#_ftn89" n202" [2 2ef89"oCE Ass. 4 janvith51952, ssioEpoux Giraudrules, Rec.ip. 14. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n203" st="n‘reasons ofrea203administrati203ad href="#_ftn89" n203" [2 3ef64" Threfa who Ave e , assioNotgTsdega rêtsrules,it.fII, op. cit.,intc215. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n204" st="n‘reasons ofrea204administrati204ad href="#_ftn89" n204" [2 4ef64" ssioRFDArules, ntc3, 2002, p. 590. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n205" st="n‘reasons ofrea205administrati205ad href="#_ftn89" n205" [2 5ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 589. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n206" st="n‘reasons ofrea206administrati206ad href="#_ftn89" n206" [2 6ef64" M.oWitade, ssioDroi baopond to whfrules, 8tlnndt (P his, Sirey, 1959)ip. 687,ino 1169. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n207" st="n‘reasons ofrea207administrati207ad href="#_ftn89" n207" [2 7ef64" CieogabyeM. Verpeaux,iousLse 5ffaire Papti,alaRépom Dque et lse law ed ,essioRFDCrules,it.f55,i2003, p.f519. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n208" st="n‘reasons ofrea208administrati208ad href="#_ftn89" n208" [2 8ef64" Se dopre> La, assioHoffman-Gléiaderules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n209" st="n‘reasons ofrea209administrati209ad href="#_ftn89" n209" [2 9ef64" P. Tiisttr, ousLy régimetnealaFauthoslibrepre,issioEDCErules 1947,ip. 36. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n21 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea21 administrati21 ad href="#_ftn89" n21 a>[210ef64" ssioGAJArules,ip. 846,intc8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n211a>st="n‘reasons ofrea211administrati211ad href="#_ftn89" n211a>[211ef64" F. Melllicy, ousAprès les hrêtstPellltith et Paptied nssioAJDArules, 2002, p. 838. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n212" st="n‘reasons ofrea212administrati212ad href="#_ftn89" n212" [212ef64" ssioRFDArules, 2002 (3),ip. 5. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n213" st="n‘reasons ofrea213administrati213ad href="#_ftn89" n213" [213ef64" ssioGAJArules,ip. 840,ino 1. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n214" st="n‘reasons ofrea214administrati214ad href="#_ftn89" n214" [214ef64" ssioIbidrules. p. 846,intc8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n215" st="n‘reasons ofrea215administrati215ad href="#_ftn89" n215" [215ef64" F. Larnaude, ousLeslgouon ovmennatdeafai ed ,essioRGDIPrules,i1921,ip. 460. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n216" st="n‘reasons ofrea216administrati216ad href="#_ftn89" n216" [216ef64" Verpeaux,iousLse 5ffaire Papti,alaRépom Dque et lse law ed ,ep. 525. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n217" st="n‘reasons ofrea217administrati217ad href="#_ftn89" n217" [217ef64" Se dMelllicy, ousAprès les hrêtstPellltith et Paptied . title/divtlediv_ftn8" n218" st="n‘reasons ofrea218administrati218ad href="#_ftn89" n218" [218ef64" Duguin, ssioLse law , les gouon oaes, les gennarules – t adfII ssioEtudeldeasroi brom Durules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n219" st="n‘reasons ofrea219administrati219ad href="#_ftn89" n219" [219ef64" L.uMichoud,issioLahséwhietnealap="s LLal eétme ale.aSintoppl/a> Laauasroi b aançaisrules,tt adfI, 1906,i(rfrom DshodsP his, LGDJ,51998),ip. 50, ve e 1; Ca rétdeaMalberg,cnstiCrntuctiestirules,it adfI, pp. 11 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n22 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea22 administrati22 ad href="#_ftn89" n22 a>[220ef64" Ca rétdeaMalberg,cnstiCrntuctiestirules,it.fII, p. 498, ve e 11. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n221" st="n‘reasons ofrea221administrati221ad href="#_ftn89" n221" [221ef64" Burdeau, ssioTraatétdeascitnhorfo </equerules, 1sthedt, t adfI, ntc253, p. 258. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n222" st="n‘reasons ofrea222administrati222ad href="#_ftn89" n222" [222ef64" ssioIbidrules.intc253, p. 259. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n223" st="n‘reasons ofrea223administrati223ad href="#_ftn89" n223" [223ef64" Burdeau, ssioTraatétdeascitnhorfo </equerules, 1sthedt, t.fII, no 187,ip. 221. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n224" st="n‘reasons ofrea224administrati224ad href="#_ftn89" n224" [224ef64" Oe teaud,iousLaeve cle d, blaw ed ,essioArch>atsadorfhilosofhietnuasroi rules,it. 35, 1990, Sirey, pp. 119-141. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n225" st="n‘reasons ofrea225administrati225ad href="#_ftn89" n225" [225ef64" Burdeau, ssioTraatétdeascitnhorfo </equerules, t.dI, ntc215, p. 259. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n226" st="n‘reasons ofrea226administrati226ad href="#_ftn89" n226" [226ef64" ssioIbidrules.,intc213, p. 259. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n227" st="n‘reasons ofrea227administrati227ad href="#_ftn89" n227" [227ef64" Gs Liet-Veaux,issioLatafoinuatétduasroi bdetrnu :hessaisdse awv hséwhietain dequehdes révoliestisrules,tSirey, 1943,intc83 ff,app. 121 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n228" st="n‘reasons ofrea228administrati228ad href="#_ftn89" n228" [228ef64" ssioBullltiLaofficitltnealaFauthoslibrerules, 20 janv.l1941,icieogabyeJ. Laferrièwe,issioManuelodeasroi btafesulted fnelrules,ive e 1,ip. 863t title/divtlediv_ftn8" n229" st="n‘reasons ofrea229administrati229ad href="#_ftn89" n229" [229ef64" G. Boulnngvr,issioMauraho Papti. Ud technocrals aançais ncue ladcollaboraa> Lrules (P his, Seuf ,l1994) Afnexes, p. 285. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n23 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea23 administrati23 ad href="#_ftn89" n23 a>[230ef64" G. Vedot, ssioDroi btafesulted fnelrules,i1949, p. 279. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n231" st="n‘reasons ofrea231administrati231ad href="#_ftn89" n231" [231ef64" ssioGAJArules,i17tlnndt.,ip. 846,intc8. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n232" st="n‘reasons ofrea232administrati232ad href="#_ftn89" n232" [232ef64" P. Ma tin, ssioPortéehain dequehdes révoliestis,enedroi brom Dubdetrnurules,itd s,(M ttpelltth, 1938),ipp. 241 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n233" st="n‘reasons ofrea233administrati233ad href="#_ftn89" n233" [233ef64" ssioGAJArules title/divtlediv_ftn8" n234" st="n‘reasons ofrea234administrati234ad href="#_ftn89" n234" [234ef64" M.oVerpeaux,iousLse 5ffaire Papti,alaRépom Dque et lse law ed ,ep. 521. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n235" st="n‘reasons ofrea235administrati235ad href="#_ftn89" n235" [235ef64" M.oWitade, ssioDroi baopon to whfrules, 8tlnndt.,ip. 687,ino 1168,icieie iCE, 23 mai 1945 ssioBrorules,ip. 137;a29 aiille5 1945, ssioVeuon Gronajeaerules,ip. 408; ssioSoc.hdmshaghwmobiles GeorgvsnIrw rules; D. 1948, 3. 229,ive e M.oWitade, 29 fév.l1947, ssioDemoulierules,ip. 88; for an extens>atsdetrpretatcle for him,oCE 1 fév.l1952, ssioGansrules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n236" st="n‘reasons ofrea236administrati236ad href="#_ftn89" n236" [236ef64" ousWrongdoie itaidittrd underahdmnorderseandnaghhwhicdmn.</p> G="iaw occupyie iforcasutae pear ba taildadmnrespw oithe ayi who Atitled i alsed ,eCE 12intv. 1948,ssio Sieur Quinrules, Rec.ip. 427. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n237" st="n‘reasons ofrea237administrati237ad href="#_ftn89" n237" [237ef64" NotgT ouslép. Giraud, p. 351; for o Adetaild who sy >manuterg ee H. Mayras, ousLa répa tcle dxecdaidagvsncorporels et mtcéhiels causésrpa alaguerrepre,issioEDCErules 1948, pp. 54 fft title/divtlediv_ftn8" n238" st="n‘reasons ofrea238administrati238ad href="#_ftn89" n238" [238ef64" Se dcoceiat</s Boissardt title/divtlediv_ftn8" n239" st="n‘reasons ofrea239administrati239ad href="#_ftn89" n239" [239ef89"oCE ssioHoffman-Gleiaderules. title/divtlediv_ftn8" n24 a>st="n‘reasons ofrea24 administrati24 ad href="#_ftn89" n24 a>[240ef64" ssioRFDArules, 2009, p. 317. title/divtle/divtlep>  title/divte/divte/divtediv_cp>Hen8"ield "ield-mini-"ield-rom Du tcle-issueh ield-type-texth ield-label-inlade tlearfix"tediv_cp>Hen8"ield-label">Issue: e/divtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieoms"tediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom aven">2015e/divte/divte/divtediv_cp>Hen8"ield "ield-mini-"ield-rom Du tcle-keywordsh ield-type-taxonomy-term-t faroohoh ield-label-amive"tediv_cp>Hen8"ield-label">Keywords: e/divtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieoms"tediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom aven">n‘reaso/keywords/i als"itypeoasoskos:Cafistr" prperty="rdfs:label skos:it fLabel" nc alype="#>S alsf89" tdivtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom odd">n‘reaso/keywords/a0">[50]</a>at-law"itypeoasoskos:Cafistr" prperty="rdfs:label skos:it fLabel" nc alype="#>a0">[50]</a>atslawf89" tdivtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom aven">n‘reaso/keywords/rom Du-power"itypeoasoskos:Cafistr" prperty="rdfs:label skos:it fLabel" nc alype="#>Pom Dubpowerru9" tdivtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom odd">n‘reaso/keywords/i als-respw oithe ay"itypeoasoskos:Cafistr" prperty="rdfs:label skos:it fLabel" nc alype="#>i als respw oithe ayf89" tdivtediv_cp>Hen8"ield-ieom aven">n‘reaso/keywords/vichy"itypeoasoskos:Cafistr" prperty="rdfs:label skos:it fLabel" nc alype="#>Vichyrua>e/divte/divte/divt e/divtl <footgr> </footgr> </divtl e/divt <!-- /.block --tle/divtl <!-- /.regcle --tl </sectt Lt <!-- /#maie --tl </divtl l </divtll l le/divtl <!-- ediv_cp>Hen8"ootgr-wrapper"tl e/divt --tllediv_ftn8"ootgr"tl ediv_cp>Hen8"ootgr_credit"tl <div_cp>Hen8"ootgr_ifner_credit"tl <div_ftn8"oot"tl <div_cp>Hen8regcle regcle-"ootgr"tl <div_ftn8block-menu-menu-"ootgr-menu"_cp>Hen8block block-menu"tl ediv_cp>Hen8tafoant"tl <ul_cp>Hen8menu"t<li_cp>Hen8"irst leaf">n‘reasohttp://www.u-p his2.frad href="lien on sh mcsitgTofficitltneal'union s cé">Union s céePanpoéwn-Assas -,P hisdIIrua>e/litleli_cp>Hen8leaf">n‘reaso/tafoant/lmga -inform tclead href="#>Lmga inform tclerua>e/litleli_cp>Hen8last leaf">n‘reaso/user/logiead href="Ens ez vosnlogie et mo bde p ).e#>Logierua>e/litle/ul> </divtl e/divt <!-- /.block --tle/divtl <!-- /.regcle --tl </divtl l <div_ftn8copyright"tl <p_cp>Hen8tapyright"tCapyright &tapy; 2017, Sorb fne-Assas Law Review tit <p_cp>Hen8tredits"t Designabye s‘reasohttp://www.zymphonies.tai">Zymphoniesf89" titl <div_cp>Hen8tlear"></divtl </divtl </divtl </divtle/divt e/bodytle/html>