CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC SECTOR – PUBLIC CONTRACTS – CONCESSION – CONTRACT FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC DOMAIN – SELECTION PROCESS

Concession: The Council of State gives precisions as to the definition of concession as compared to a contract for the use of public domain (Ville de Paris and Association Paris Jean Bouin)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CE sect. 3 December 2010, Ville de Paris and Association Paris Jean Bouin, n° 338272 Could the man who was the glory of French long-distance running at the beginning of the 20th century, and who gave his name to the stadium whose occupation is the subject of the dispute, have imagined, at a time when sport was essentially amateur, that the exploitation of a state-owned dependency assigned to the practice of sport could be the subject of economic valorisation? The fact remains that, over the last century, the practice of sport has evolved considerably and the potential for its economic development offers a particularly favourable ground for litigation, as

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Djamel Hadef, Concession: The Council of State gives precisions as to the definition of concession as compared to a contract for the use of public domain (Ville de Paris and Association Paris Jean Bouin), 3 December 2010, Concurrences N° 1-2011, Art. N° 34379, pp. 217-220

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