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29 Sept. 2021

L'impact de la réforme du droit des obligations sur les procédures collectives agricoles

Mémoire - 100 pages - Droit des obligations

Un décret n°2019-556 du 4 juin 2019, relatif au dispositif de soutien en faveur des exploitations agricoles en difficulté, vient d'être publié. Ce dernier substitue notamment aux aides au redressement et au suivi technicoéconomique un dispositif d'aide à...

04 Mars 2019
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Cours de droit des contrats - Formation du contrat, nullité du contrat, etc.

Cours - 205 pages - Droit des obligations

Dans une société, le fonctionnement des échanges entre les individus ne peut se faire correctement sans un élément clé qui est la confiance, et c'est-à-dire le respect des engagements, des promesses et de la parole donnée. Le contrat, en lui-même, est totalement...

13 Mars 2010
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Droit du travail : le contrat de travail et l'accès à l'emploi

Cours - 146 pages - Droit du travail

Un rapport apparaît lorsque quelqu'un travaille pour autrui. Certaines personnes, physiques ou morales, produisent des marchandises ou des services. Elles ont besoin de main d'œuvre. D'autres par contre n'ont que leurs bras ou leurs cerveaux comme "force de...

07 déc. 2010
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Etude du conflit israélopalestinien : quête d'une paix durable basée sur le droit international

Mémoire - 55 pages - Droit international

Pour réaliser un mémoire en droit international public, il fallait un exemple fort. Un exemple qui recelait différentes grandes problématiques qui soient intéressantes à étudier. Le conflit israélo?palestinien nous a semblé être, à ses dépens, une illustration très marquante qui met en péril la...

31 Mars 2014
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Droit civil et des contrats

Cours - 95 pages - Droit civil

Le droit des contrats fait partie d'un ensemble plus vaste, d'une disciple plus vaste que l'on appelle le droit des obligations. Le droit des obligations a pour objet d'étudier les obligations. Une obligation se définit comme le lien juridique qui donne à un...

03 déc. 2012
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Le contrôle des comportements et des concentrations

Cours - 77 pages - Droit de la concurrence

La notion de concurrence est un concept économique avant même d'être un concept juridique. La concurrence est perçue et définie en sciences économiques comme étant un mécanisme permettant, sur un marché déterminé (le marché pertinent), la formation des prix par le simple jeu...

14 août 2010
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Droit public

Cours - 155 pages - Droit administratif

Le droit est aussi ancien que la vie en société : à partir du moment où les hommes sont entrés dans l'ère de l'existence collective, ils ont éprouvé le besoin de régler leurs rapports. Depuis, l'époque primitive, le droit a subi de profondes mutations : la diversification...

12 Nov. 2008
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Les institutions politiques et sociales de l'Antiquité (Rome et Athènes)

Cours - 113 pages - Histoire du droit

L'organisation politique de la Grèce est fondée sur la police c'est-à-dire sur la Cité. C'est une Cité-Etat qui est composée de 3 éléments principaux : un territoire, un peuplement et une communauté civique : Toute Cité suppose un territoire, le coeur de ce...

07 févr. 2010
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La fraude carrousel et sa répression

Cours - 28 pages - Droit fiscal

L'actualité économique et fiscale récente témoigne de l'impact de la crise tant à l'échelle macroéconomique que microéconomique. Aussi, plus que jamais en cette période de crise, l'Etat tente de préserver ses ressources. Cependant, même en période de vache...

14 Oct. 2015
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How the "author's rights" are treated domestically under the law of France and how "copyright" is treated domestically under the law of United State of America?

Étude de cas - 15 pages - Droit international

The intellectual property refers both for brands analysis, commercial secrets, from patents to copyrights. It was at the beginning used by jurists only, it has been the subject of increased attention by the economists since the 1980s, and gradually spread as the certainty that produce ideas had...

09 Mars 2009
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Les banques islamiques : réponses à des questions fréquemment posées

Dissertation - 71 pages - Droit autres branches

Durant le dernier quart du siècle écoulé, un intérêt particulier a été accordé au système bancaire islamique, tant au niveau privé qu'au niveau public. Un profond et large désir à comprendre ce système s'est manifesté de part le monde. Les universitaires, les banquiers tout comme...

21 mai 2007
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What are the various means allowing the pacific regulation of the disputes?

Dissertation - 4 pages - Droit international

The Hague Peace Conference of 1899, marked a new phase in the history of international arbitration. It ended by adopting a Convention on the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, which dealt not only with arbitration but also with other methods of pacific settlement. Then the league of...

17 Janv. 2010
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English legal system: the Sources of English Law

Cours - 87 pages - Droit constitutionnel

The judicial decisions are the first to be found to develop a system. Today, they are still influencing the system as a whole. Judicial decisions have a weight that their continental counter part does not have. In England, under certain requirements, decisions are biding the judge with the...

08 Mars 2007
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What are the main differences between the civil and the common law systems ?

Dissertation - 5 pages - Droit européen

The majority of legal authors divide the legal systems of the world into two mains groups : the common law on one hand, and the civil law on the other hand . The most interesting is that when you try to find definitions for those words, you often find the basic definition, and then, as a...

18 Janv. 2010
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English Legal System : The Administration of England and Wales

Cours - 93 pages - Droit autres branches

We'll study the administration of justice in England and Wales. Scotland has it's own courts and system. Civil and criminal justice have come close to each other. They must be treated separately because they are very different in particular in the point of view of appeals and the...

31 août 2006
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What are the challenges facing the EU in its attempts to establish democratic institutional structures ?

Dissertation - 7 pages - Droit européen

Democratic deficit of the European Union has been a long-standing debate. The statement by the European Commission summarizes this fact. "It is time to recognize that the European Union has moved from a diplomatic to a democratic process, with policies that reach deep into national societies and...

02 févr. 2003
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The United States and the International Criminal Court: How valid are the US arguments for not joining the International Court ?

Dissertation - 11 pages - Droit international

A new jurisdiction in the history of international accountability of human rights is being set up, but with a limited action which makes it different than a world court. In this document we will analyze the justifications for the lack of commitment by the United States of America towards the ICC...

05 Nov. 2010
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CAVEJ M1 Cours Anglais juridique

Cours - 120 pages - Droit autres branches

So now, let's examine what is a contract at English law. Before we actually go into the details of the characteristics of English contracts, it is necessary to define what precisely a contract is. Essentially, in English law, a contract is an agreement between two or more parties that the...

05 juil. 2009
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The difficult application of canadian criminal law in Nunavut

Thèse - 57 pages - Droit international

With its creation in 1999, the new territory of Nunavut hoped to solve the social and economical problems it was facing. For the second time in the history of the Poles, indigenous people were given the right by the government to decide their future. The first Inuit to be recognized were the...

18 avril 2010
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Family Law: Comparison France Vs. China

Dissertation - 20 pages - Droit de la famille

During the last century, the Chinese government decided to abolish the old family system and establish a new family idea: the socialist family system (the Marriage Code of 1950). This marked a turning point in Chinese common law and the beginning of a new family way of thinking. With this new...

25 Mars 2009
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Conditions of detention and "other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatments"

Dissertation - 10 pages - Libertés publiques

On March 6, 2006, Alain Grignard, the deputy head of the Brussels police anti-terrorism unit declared on his return from a visit to Guantanamo-Bay with Anne-Marie Lizin, chair of the Belgian Senate: "At the level of detention facilities, it is a model prison, where people are better treated than...

16 Janv. 2007
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Principles and Practices of Consumer's Protection within the European Union

Dissertation - 19 pages - Droit européen

The objective of the European Union is to protect the health, safety and the economic well-being of its citizens. In this regard, it is the responsibility of the EU to promote the right to information, help in safeguarding the interests and encourage the member states to set up consumer...

27 févr. 2007
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"In sum, at night, young people seek excitement in cities, not safety": discuss the relationship between young people's leisure activities, crime and the fear of crime.

Dissertation - 8 pages - Droit pénal

Young people's behaviors are seen as a catalyst of change in society; a vector for social and moral evolution. Usually our societies, which are often driven by a sense of cautious conservatism, are prudish or even resistant towards the attitude of the youth. Contrary to common perception...

20 Mars 2007
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Regulations: Direct applicability and Direct effect

Dissertation - 8 pages - Droit européen

Article 249 of the European Community Treaty provides that Regulations shall be directly applicable in all Member States. Does this mean that they are also necessarily directly effective? As notices Josephine Steiner , this question is of paramount concern to EC lawyers. If a provision of EEC law...

05 mai 2001
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The protection of consumers on Internet

Dissertation - 15 pages - Droit autres branches

The recent boom of the internet in Europe and the emergence of a new kind of commerce (e-commerce) led to a widening of the commercial offers that can be proposed to the consumers. Simultaneous with such an expansion in internet offering come the demand for online security regarding the rights...

03 juil. 2007
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Abortion linked to international trade law

Dissertation - 12 pages - Droit international

There are different kinds and different methods of abortion nowadays. The spontaneous abortion, caused by natural causes, the elective abortion, the therapeutic abortion, which deals with the safety of the physical or mental health of women and the induced abortion, practices deliberately for...

04 juil. 2008
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Dans quelle mesure peut-on dire du système des jurys qu'il est le pivot de la justice pénale en Grande-Bretagne ?

Dissertation - 5 pages - Droit international

In the English criminal justice system, juries have existed for over a thousand years now. Since 1215 they are the usual method of trying criminal cases, and are considered as a really important institution in the English criminal justice process. However, in terms of statistics, trial by jury is...

24 Sept. 2008
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Human rights - Beyond the universalistic / relativistic paradigm: how to promote a common and cultural-sensitive approach ofmoral principles

Dissertation - 14 pages - Libertés publiques

This article underlines the limitations of the relativistic/universalistic paradigm in regard to the human rights qualification. It defends a third path which consists in a genuine intercultural dialogue, taking into account local specificities in order to promote common moral principles. The...

12 Mars 2009
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UK and French legal system : structural and conception differences

Dissertation - 6 pages - Droit civil

The governing laws and its legal system in France and the United Kingdom have major differences, as each of the legal systems have and are based on various views. France is governed by the Constitution of 1958. All the French laws are based on this text. In the United Kingdom, the laws are based...

15 Oct. 2009
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Free movement of goods and person within the Europe

Dissertation - 12 pages - Droit européen

Since the Treaty of Rome was signed in 1957, the euro area is the geographical and economic EUROPE. Since 1957, new treaties such as Schengen and Maastricht were signed. Europe and its laws allow us to develop economic relations between the member states. Thus barriers fall, the duties are...