Thèse de doctorat en Droit public
Sous la direction de Claude Deues.
Soutenue en 1999
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Local public utilities and community local
Taken as a whole the following considerations consist in both analysing and evaluating the community law possible influence on administrative law as far as local public utilities are concerned. In fact the contrast which, at first sight, seems to exist between local public utilities and community law proves sham rather than real. Indeed the ever-increasing rules of the community law have to be taken into account by the local public utility law. But these additions, which obviously can't apply to local public utilities on the whole, shouldn't inevitably be seen as drawbacks. On the contrary community law must be considered as a chance to make the local public utility law advance. No doubt that local public utilities are the category which is the most likely to conciliate the rules concerning not only public and private law but competition as well. Thus, they can be seen as the clue to bringing together the state and local organisations, which could also lead to a better recognition of the notion of public utility on a community scale.