CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – AUTHORISATIONS

Occupation of the public domain: The French Senate refuses to empower the French Government to implement public procurement procedures before granting authorisations to occupy the public domain or to sale the public domain

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Adopted at first reading in the Senate on July 8, 2016, the bill relating to transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernization of economic life (known as "Sapin 2 Law") was the subject of an interesting crossfire between the Government, the Council of State and the Senate on the highly sensitive subject of the introduction of possible procedures for prior competition, on the one hand for the issuance of authorization to occupy the public domain, and on the other hand, for the transfer of elements of this domain. Since the Jean Bouin decision of the Council of State (CE, Sect. 3 December 2010, Ville de Paris and Association Paris Jean Bouin,

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Bertrand du Marais, Occupation of the public domain: The French Senate refuses to empower the French Government to implement public procurement procedures before granting authorisations to occupy the public domain or to sale the public domain, 8 July 2016, Concurrences Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80924, pp. 170-171

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