Part IV

Alexandru-Sorin CIOBANU, Lecturer Professor, Aspects related to the inalienability of public assets, as reflected in the ”revolutionary legislation” and within the French Civil Code from 1804
The paper presents some aspects of the historical evolution of the "public domain", as a fundamental institution of administrative law.  Thus, the provisions the “Nation's Domain Code” from 1790, the theories of the Civil Code issued in 1804, and the most important theories of the early nineteenth century (especially those of Professor Victor Proudhon) are reviewed. There are, also, presented the effects of the revolutionary legislation over the regime of public property, caused by the abolition of "Crown's domain" and creation of a "national domain", with the removal of the principle of inalienability.

Keywords: inalienability, Crown’s domain, Edict of Moulins, state’s property, public domain, French Revolution, revolutionary legislation, Nation’s Domain Code, domain of the Nation, Civil Code, Victor Proudhon
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