French expropriation act of 1810 bicentennial

Journée d’études

2008 2009 2010 2011

AFDA has organized on December 3rd, 2010 a seminar in Tours on “French expropriation act of 1810 bicentennial”.

Materials published on periodical “Semaine Juridique - édition Administrations et collectivités territoriales” (JCP-A n° 8, 2011).

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9h15 Welcome

9h30 Opening lecture: Building a Napoleonic model
Jean-Louis Mestre, Professor at Paul Cézanne (Aix-Marseille III) university

I – A record

Nathalie Albert, Professor at François-Rabelais (Tours) university, Chairperson

10h00 Expropriation and similar proceedings
François Priet, Professor at Orléans university

10h30 From public utility to private utility
René Hostiou, professor emeritus at Nantes univeristy

11h00 Pause

11h15 From public enquiry to public debate
Bénédicte Delaunay, Professor at François-Rabelais (Tours) university

11h45 Expropriated person rights
Michel Degoffe, professor at René Descartes (Paris V) university

II – An outlook

Jacqueline Morand-Deviller, Professor emeritus at Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I) university, chairperson

14h00 Expropriation and environmental protection
Marianne Moliner-Dubost, Reader at Jean Moulin (Lyon III) university

14h30 Expropriation and contract
Etienne Fatôme, Professor emeritus at Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I) university

15h15 Panel : The relevance of procedural duplication

- Yves Jégouzo, professor emeritus at Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I) university,
- Alain Lévy, Barrister/attorney at Paris’ bar,
- Guy Jaehnert, First counsellor at Administrative Tribunal in Poitiers,
- Gilbert Puechmaille, section president at Court of appeal in Orleans.

16h30 Conclusion : Permanence and Change for the Napoleonic model
Simon Gilbert, Reader at Paris-Est Créteil university

Journée d’études

2008 2009 2010 2011

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