Le style déductif du Conseil d'État et la ligne de partage des mots

Abstract : The style of the judgments from the Conseil d'État is still today very formal and seems to be reserved for an elite : judgments are less addressed to plaintiffs than to other jurists whom many are in fact national or supranational judges. It is in order to be best understood by them that the Conseil d'État is considering a change in the writing style of public law judgments. Though, there is no discussion about the ideal of deduction and concision in the motivation which still modeled as a rigorous syllogism. Such a concision is tempered by the conclusions of the rapporteurs which, them, can contain the informal reasons of the formal decisions.
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Pierre Brunet. Le style déductif du Conseil d'État et la ligne de partage des mots. Droit et Société, Ed. juridiques associées /L.G.D.J., 2015, pp.545 - 561. ⟨halshs-01416513⟩

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