Les magistrats dans les colonies : un autre apprentissage des normes juridiques ?

Abstract : In the colonial empire, the French magistrates are confronted with pluralistic laws and customs, closely linked to the religion and often distant from their own legal culture. They cannot ignore them because some of these magistrates are competent to apply these local standards in disputes involving natives. In these circumstances, how do they have access to this legal knowledge? This article will attempt to describe and analyze, from a historical perspective, this mechanism and its current implications, in particular in New Caledonia.
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Florence Renucci. Les magistrats dans les colonies : un autre apprentissage des normes juridiques ?. Les Cahiers de la justice, Dalloz, 2016, La crise des institutions de l'oubli, 4, pp.689-697. ⟨http://www.dalloz-revues.fr/revues/Les_cahiers_de_la_justice-47.htm⟩. ⟨halshs-01434590⟩

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