French Administrative Law

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In France, most claims against the national or local governments are handled by administrative courts, which use the Conseil d'État (Council of State) as a court of last resort. The main administrative courts are the tribunaux administratifs and appeal courts are the cours administratives d'appel. The French body of administrative law is called "droit administratif".

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