Stéphanie Douteaud

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

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.

Articles

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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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