French Administrative Law by Neville L. BrownFrench Administrative Law by Neville L. Brown

French Administrative Law

byNeville L. Brown, John S. Bell

Paperback | June 1, 1998

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This new edition of the leading English-language text provides a detailed profile of the Conseil and an up-to-date overview of le droit administratif, which is regarded, alongside the Code Napoleon, as the most notable achievement of French legal science. The book includes eleven expandedappendices, including statistics, model pleadings and other illustrations, providing an invaluable and accessible source of information on the French administrative courts, their procedure and case-load. Throughout the approach is comparative, with frequent references to developments in UnitedKingdom administrative law and in the EC institutions.
L. Neville Brown is a Docteur en Droit (Lyon), Solicitor, and Professor Emeritus of Comparative Law at the University of Birmingham. He is the author of a number of books including Amos and Walton's Introduction to French Law with F. H. Lawson and A. E. Anton (third edition, 1967), and The Court of Justice of the European Communities ...
Title:French Administrative LawFormat:PaperbackPublished:June 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198265557

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Table of Contents

Preface1. Introduction2. The Constitutional and Administrative Background3. The Administrative Courts4. The Structure and Membership of the Courts5. The Procedure of the Courts6. The Jurisdiction of the Courts7. The Conditions Precedent for Judicial Review8. The Substantive Law: The Principles of Administrative Liability9. The Substantive Law: The Principle of Administrative Legality10. The Influence of droit administratif outside France11. ConclusionsAppendices

Editorial Reviews

`Excellent introduction to the French Administrative law system - a system far sophisticated to our own.'Merris Amos, University of Westminster,