*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Twenty years after the famous Ville de Pamiers judgment handed down by the Tribunal des conflits (TC, 6 June 1989, SAEDE v. Ville de Pamiers, Rec. p. 292; AJDA, 1989, p. 431, chron. Honorat et Baptiste; p. 467, note by M. Bazex; D., 1990, p. 418, note by J.-J. Israël et somm. comm. p. 101 obs. C. Gavalda and C. Lucas de Leyssac; Gaz. Pal, 1988, 2, p. 582 and RFDA, 1989, p. 457, concl. Stirn; JCP, 1990, II, 21395, note Ph. Terneyre; RDP, 1989, p. 1780, note Y. Gaudemet; Gaz. Pal, 1989, 2, p. 747, note M.-C. Boutard-Labarde and L. Vogel; CJEG, 1989, p. 295, note L. Richer), the division of powers between the administrative courts and the competition
CASE COMMENT: PUBLIC BODY - JURISDICTION
Jurisdiction: The French Tribunal des conflits rules, for the first time, in favour of the jurisdiction of the Competition Authority concerning alleged anti-competitive practices related to a public contract of a public administrative body: anti-competitive practices committed by a public entity in connection with the implementation of a public procurement contract may be sanctionned by the Competition authority (Éditions Jean-Paul Gisserot / Centre des monuments de France)
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