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The French Model : the construction of public law through the development of State liability for wrongs.

Abstract : The construction of the category "public law" in France is strongly linked with the case law of administrative courts, especially about the State liability for wrongs. From an acute fight between judiciary and administrative courts in the 19th century about this subject, the evolution leads to a kind of compromise, then to the adaptation of the case law to the decline (after the 1980s years) of the State interventionism in France.
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Jean-Louis Halpérin. The French Model : the construction of public law through the development of State liability for wrongs.. N. Benacchio, M. Graziadei. Il declino delle distinzione tra diritto pubblico et diritto privato, Edizioni Scientifici, p. 21-47, 2016, 978-88-8443-681-8. ⟨hal-01373234⟩

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