CASE COMMENT : PUBLIC SECTOR - UNFAIR COMPETITION BETWEEN ATTORNEYS AND FREE PUBLIC LEGAL SERVICES – DIFFERENCE IN NATURE – LIABILITY FOR DISCRIMINATORY TREATMENT – FREEDOM OF COMPETITION

Free legal aid: The Council of State does not recognize the responsibility of the State because of free legal aid (M. B. - M. C.)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The issue of competition of private activities by public activities is understandably a major and recurring theme of modern administrative law. Du commerce en détail (CE Sect., May 30, 1930, Chambre syndicale du commerce en détail de Nevers, Leb. p. 583; RDP 1930, p. 530, Josse Conclusion; S. 1931.3.73, Josse Conclusion, comm. Alibert) to passport photographs (CE, Ass., 26 October 2011, Association pour la Promotion de l'Image, Leb. p. 506; AJDA 2011, p. 2036, somm. R. Grand; 2012, p. 35, comm. M. Guyomar and X. Domino; ConcurrencesNo. 1-2012, p. 222, comm. A. See ; Dr. adm. January 2012, comm. 1, comm. V. Tchen; Petites Affiches 14 December 2011, p. 10,

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Fabien Tesson, Free legal aid: The Council of State does not recognize the responsibility of the State because of free legal aid (M. B. - M. C.), May 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 52159, p. 185

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