CASE COMMENTS : PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - FRANCE – CONTRACTUAL LITIGATION - STATUTORY CLAUSES

Danthony case law : The French Supreme Administrative Court applies the Danthony case law within the framework of an action against the statutory clauses of the contract (Syndicat des compagnies aériennes autonomes)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The decision of the Syndicat des compagnies aériennes autonomes (CE, 30 June 2016, no. 393805) has the dual interest of revisiting the conditions for the admissibility of the appeal in contractual matters and of implementing the Danthony case law (CE, ass., 23 Dec. 2011, nos. 335033 and 335477) on the occasion of an appeal directed against the regulatory clauses of a contract. In the present case, the applicant trade union requested the Council of State to annul the economic regulation contract concluded between the State and the company Aéroports de Paris "in so far as it determines, over the period 2016-2020, the ceiling of the average rate of change of

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Fabien Tesson, Danthony case law : The French Supreme Administrative Court applies the Danthony case law within the framework of an action against the statutory clauses of the contract (Syndicat des compagnies aériennes autonomes) , 30 June 2016, Concurrences N° 1-2017, Art. N° 83158, pp. 217-219

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