C’est la liste du mercredi 2 juin 2021. Here are your 10 French words of the day about the law. Love Learning Languages offers quick French vocabulary lists or 10 Mots du Jour every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each set follows a different theme, today the 10 French vocabulary words are about law. Self learning advice: if you want the words to stick better, use them all week a couple of times a day. Create conversation in French in your mind if you have no option to speak French!
Did you know?
The French judicial system is divided into two main orders of jurisdiction:
The jurisdiction of the administrative order deals with disputes involving the administration (State, local authorities, public services…). The supreme jurisdiction of the administrative order is the Council of State.
The jurisdiction of the judicial order deals with disputes in civil and criminal matters, i.e. disputes between individuals, commercial disputes or violations of the penal code. The supreme court of this order is the Court of Cassation.
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