Thèse de doctorat en Droit
Sous la direction de Carine Brière.
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The Organization for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA) shares its geographical space with other organizations that are also working to harmonize the law. This multiplicity of organizations that are also working to harmonize the law. This multiplicity of organizations is at the origins of normative competition between OHADA and organizations that straddle the ohada space. How then to prevent and resolve conflicts of norms and competences resulting from the coexistence of those organizations to streamline the legal integration in ohada space ? This is the purpose of this thesis. In this perspective, we first proceed to the identification of conflicts of norms in ohada space. It fact, it was first necessary to identify and present organizations along with norms that conflict with the uniform ones. This is one side of the economic and monetary integration organizations overlapping ohada space (ECOWAS, UEMOA and CEMAC) and legal integration in sectoral competence (OAPI, CIMA, CIPRES) organizations on the other side. Then we made an inventory of existing conflict between the norms of the OHADA with the internal rules of the Member States, with community norms and international norms. In this situation, we conducted an analysis of current solutions to conflict norms. For this purpose, it was realized that all the current techniques do not allow neither preventing or resolving all conflicts of norms in ohada space. This fact has led us to suggest new solutions. On the institutional framework, we suggest the « ohadamisation » of normative integration. This outcome would imply the neighboring organization to adhere to OHADA Treaty bu recognizing the OHADA exclusive competence in matters of business law and the supremacy of uniform norms on other communitu norms.