University Littoral-Cote d'Opale (Boulogne/Mer)

Stéphanie Douteaud

University Littoral-Cote d’Opale (Boulogne/Mer)

Stéphanie Douteaud is a Lecturer in Public Law at the University Littoral-Cote d’Opale since 2018. She also teaches at the University of Grenoble. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pau.

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Stéphanie Douteaud Irregular application: The French Administrative Supreme Court gives life to the power to grant the continuation of contractual relations in the presence of a contract concluded with an operator whose application is incomplete (Commune de Ramatuelle)


"In a decision dated March 28, 2022, the Council of State reversed its jurisprudence concerning contracts awarded to a candidate whose application was inadmissible. It agrees to authorize the continuation of a flawed contract". "A defect in the procedure for awarding the contract, which (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Body governed by public law: The Court of Justice of the European Union answers the question whether a sports federation performing tasks in the public interest and having autonomous management is a body governed by public law within the meaning of Directive 2014/24/EU (Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio, Consorzio)


Last spring, brief remarks by Councillor Anne Courrèges reminded us of what contemporary administrative law owes to sports litigation (A. Courrèges, "No sport", D.A., March 2021, benchmark). If the core of his analysis focuses on domestic law, the case settled by the Court of Justice on 3 (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Concessions contract: The French Administrative Supreme Court introduces a transitional legal framework allowing economic operators convicted by a final court order to prove their reliability and then to take part in the consultation process (Vert Marine)


“The "Société Vert Marine" case confirms what the eponymous judgment of the Court of Justice foreshadowed: the compulsory exclusion regime applicable to concessions from the Public Procurement Code (Code de la commande publique) is incompatible with the objectives of Directive 2014/23/EU. Drawing (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Inadmissible offer: The French Administrative Supreme Court reverses its case law extending admissible legal grounds for petitioners who submitted an inadmissible offer (Clean Building)


In a court order dated 27 May 2020, the French Administrative Supreme Court reversed its case law concerning the petitioners for summary proceedings who had submitted an inadmissible offer. Returning to the "Syndicat Ody 1218 Newline of Lloyd’s of London" case, it agreed to examine the plea (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Administrative appeal: The French Administrative Supreme Court articulates the administrative appeal and the "Tropic" appeal and prohibits the authority in charge of procurement operations from modifying a tender (Communauté de communes de Sélestat)


The judgment reported should be mentioned in the columns of this column in view of the many contributions it makes to the law on the award of public business contracts (as shown in its file in the Lebon Reports). The submission of an application for an ex gratia payment by the third party (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Bidding ban regime: The Court of Justice of the European Union specifies the option available to any contracting authority to exclude a tenderer (Delta Antreprizà de Constructti si Montaj 93)


A Romanian public company (CNAIR) initiated an open procedure for the award of a public works contract for the widening of a road. A temporary association of companies (ATE) submitted a bid. When CNAIR queried the electronic register supplied by the contracting authorities, it learned that the (...)

Stéphanie Douteaud Public domain: The Ministry of the Interior - wrongly? – comforts the fairgrounds by specifying that the authorisation to occupy the public domain issued for a period of less than four months avoids, in principle the tendering procedure (Réponse ministérielle n° 10392)


The Corrèze senator D. Chasseing alerted the government to the uncertainties that competitive bidding for titles of state occupation is creating for fairground activities. In a question sent on 16 May, he called for the opening of a permanent dialogue between professionals in the sector and the (...)

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