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An assessment of the French public-private partnership law

Antonios Maniatis, Konstantina Evangelatou, Odysseas Manoliadis


Public - Private Partnerships (PPPs) are formal contracts, within which public sector bodies enter into long-term agreements with private sector entities for the construction or management of public sector infrastructure facilities by the private partners, or the provision of services (using infrastructure facilities) by the private partners to the community on behalf of the public partners. France has recently adopted a legislative framework on PPP while public works law is not applicable for it. This paper examines whether the framework is an actual enhancement of the traditional law on public works.


Concession, French legal order, Heritage, Public - Private Partnership (PPP), Public works law, Sustainable development

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DOI: 10.18780/e-jst.v11i4.3110


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