Made Of The Prince
LexInter | December 15, 2007 | 0 Comments

Made Of The Prince

The act of the Prince is a measure taken by the administration which has an economic impact on a contract to which it is a party. The theory of the act of the Prince provides that the co-contracting party of the administration is then entitled to full compensation for the costs caused by this measure, if this measure disrupted the performance of the work provided for in the contract.The exercise of the traditional powers of the administration in administrative contracts, such as the powers of control, modification and unilateral termination and the implementation of exorbitant clauses of common law do not constitute a fact of the prince. If the theory of the Prince’s act, unlike the theory of unforeseeability , requires an act from the contracting authority, it only applies to measures taken by the administration on an extra-contractual basis, and the administrative police measures ..



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