*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Paris Tennis decision is of obvious interest for public business law. It effectively mixes a general question related to the competence of the administrative judge to hear certain contracts and a more specific question concerning the obligations of competition for the occupation of the public domain. It is of course the latter question that is of direct interest to this column, but before analysing it in detail it is appropriate to return to the whole dispute and its solution. In this case, the Senate concluded an agreement at the beginning of 2016 authorising the temporary occupation of the public domain with the Ligue de Paris de Tennis for the
CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – OCCUPATION OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN – SERVICES DIRECTIVE
Occupation of public domain: The French Administrative Supreme Court comes back on the competitive tendering and publicity rules for occupation of the public domain (Paris Tennis)
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