*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgment dated 24 May 2017, the Council of State ruled on a series of joint applications challenging the legality of the regulatory acts adopted to implement the provisions of the Macron Act relating to regulated tariffs for regulated legal professions. The actions for misuse of power were brought against Decree No. 2016-230 of 26 February 2016 relating to the tariffs of certain legal professionals and the interprofessional fund for access to law and justice, as well as the decrees of 26 February 2016 setting the regulated tariffs of commercial court clerks, notaries, bailiffs, court administrators and judicial agents, as well as court administrators,
CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC ACTIONS – FRANCE – FRENCH SUPREME ADMINISTRATIVE COURT – REGULATED LEGAL PROFESSIONS – REGULATED TARIFFS
Regulated tariffs: The French Supreme Administrative Court rules on the legality of regulated tariffs applied to legal professions (M. B. A.)
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