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Les spécificités du droit applicable en Nouvelle-Calédonie

Abstract : New Caledonia is a part of French territory with a sui generis statute and is as such an emblematic example of how a state, even when structured as a unitary state, can organize a legal pluralism to fit with the reality of the society. The legal specificities of this collectivity are the results of the transcription of history into the legal order, but also of the application of international law which recognizes New Caledonia as a non-autonomous territory. Thus, the applicable law in this French overseas territory is very different from the one applicable in the continent.
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Géraldine Giraudeau. Les spécificités du droit applicable en Nouvelle-Calédonie. Cahiers du CRINI, Les éditions du CRINI, 2021, Droit et langue: pourquoi et comment des exceptions juridiques et linguistiques territoriales ?, 2. ⟨hal-03558541⟩



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