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Thesis defended by Mathias Amilhat, Influence of the European Union law on the concept of administrative contract ; under the supervision of Marc Blanquet IRDEIC and Françoise Fraysse UT1 Capitole
on the April 3, 2013
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Influence of the European Union law on the concept of administrative contract

Influence of the European Union law on the concept of administrative contract

Abstract :


The French concept of « administrative contract » is directly subject to the influence of the European Union law. The first guidelines on public procurement were directly inspired by French law. It is only since the late 1980s and early 1990s that the pattern is reversed: now the French concept of administrative contract evolves under the influence of EU law. However, to assess changes faced by French law - and anticipate them - the notion of « administrative contract » proves to be insufficient. In fact, the emergence of a true European law on public contracts and its integration into national law seem likely to lead to a merger or empowerment of the latter. They would inevitably lead to the disappearance of the notion of « administrative contract ».








 

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