The Palais de Justice, formerly the Palais de la Cité, is located on the Boulevard du Palais in the Île de la Cité in central Paris, France.OverviewAmong the oldest surviving buildings of the former royal palace are the Sainte Chapelle (built c. 1240, during the reign of Louis IX) and the Conciergerie, a former prison, now a museum, where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned before being executed on the guillotine. The justice of the state has been dispensed at this site since medieval times. From the sixteenth century to the French Revolution this was the seat of the Parlement de Paris.The building was reconstructed between 1857 and 1868 by architects Joseph-Louis Duc and Honoré Daumet. The exterior includes sculptural work by Jean-Marie Bonnassieux.It was opened in October 1868 with little fanfare, save from a visit by Baron Haussmann, prefect of the Seine. It was awarded the Grand Prix de l'Empereur as the greatest work of art produced in France in the decade.Security is maintained by gendarmes.
파훼원은 프랑스의 최고재판소이다.이 재판소는 1790년 프랑스 혁명 기간 동안 Tribunal de cassation라는 이름으로 설립되었다. 파리 팔레 드 쥐스티스 건물을 사용하고 있으며, 한국의 대법관이 125명이다. 파기자판은 불가능하며 파기환송만 가능해서 파기원이라고 부른다. 85명의 예심대법관과 40명의 대법관이 있으며, 5개의 부에 속해있다. 민사1부 민사2부 민사3부 상사부 노동부 형사부바깥 고리 공식 웹사이트 Cour de cassation cases (영어 번역문)
La Cour de cassation est la juridiction la plus élevée de l'ordre judiciaire français. Elle est, dans ce dernier, le pendant du Conseil d'État dans l'ordre administratif. C'est une juridiction permanente, qui siège au palais de justice de Paris, au.La Cour de cassation comprend six chambres : une chambre criminelle ; cinq chambres civiles : une chambre commerciale ; une chambre sociale ; une chambre civile spécialisée en droit des personnes, de la famille et des contrats ; une chambre civile spécialisée en responsabilité civile et sécurité sociale ; une chambre civile spécialisée en droit immobilier et droit de la construction. Cette Cour prononce la cassation et l'annulation des décisions de justice qui ont été rendues au prix d'une méconnaissance de la loi.La Cour de cassation est donc le juge du droit : elle s'assure en effet uniquement de ce que, à la lecture des motifs de la décision frappée de pourvoi, la loi a été correctement appliquée aux faits tels qu'ils ont été constatés par les juges du fond :.Les faits ne peuvent donc plus être discutés devant la Cour de cassation. Elle n'est donc pas dotée d'une plénitude de juridiction, si bien qu'elle ne constitue pas un troisième degré de juridiction (chaque degré de juridiction supposant une plénitude de juridiction, c'est-à-dire le pouvoir de juger en droit et en fait).
In France, the Council of State is a body of the French national government that acts both as legal adviser of the executive branch and as the supreme court for administrative justice. Established in 1799 by Napoléon Bonaparte as a successor to the King's Council (Conseil du Roi), it is located in the Palais-Royal in Paris and is primarily made up of top-level legal officers. The Vice President of the Council of State is the highest-ranking civil servant in France.The Conseil d'État, which is also a Grand Corps of the French State (grand corps de l'État), mainly recruits among the top ranking students graduating from the École nationale d'administration.CompositionA General Session of the Council of State is presided over by the Prime Minister or, in his absence, the Minister of Justice. However, since the real presidency of the Council is held by the Vice-President, he usually presides all but the most ceremonial assemblies. This is also done for obvious reasons pertaining to the separation of powers. The current Vice-President is Jean-Marc Sauvé.Other members of the Council include, by decreasing order of importance: Department heads (président de section) Councillors ordinary (conseiller d'État ordinaire) Councillors extraordinary (conseiller d'État en service extraordinaire) Masters of requests (maître des requêtes) Master of requests extraordinary (maître des requêtes en service extraordinaire) Senior masters (auditeur de première classe) Masters (auditeur de deuxième classe) The Vice-President is appointed by Order-in-Council on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice and is selected from among the Council's department heads or councillors ordinary. Division heads are similarly appointed and selected from among the councillors ordinary.
The Lycée Henri-IV is a public secondary school located in Paris. Along with Louis-le-Grand it is widely regarded as one of the most demanding sixth-form colleges in France.The school has more than 2,500 students from collège (the first four years of secondary education in France) to classes préparatoires (classes to prepare students for entrance to the elite grandes écoles such as École Polytechnique, Centrale Paris, ESSEC Business School or HEC Paris, among others).Its motto is "Domus Omnibus Una" ("A Home For All").Buildings and historyLycée Henri-IV is located in the former royal Abbey of St Genevieve, in the heart of the Latin Quarter on the left bank of the river Seine, near the Panthéon, the church Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, and the rue Mouffetard. Rich in history, architecture and culture, the Latin Quarter contains France's oldest and the most prestigious educational establishments: the École Normale Supérieure, the Sorbonne, the Collège de France and the Lycée Louis-le-Grand.
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Friends of Madame Symonne Torpy:
"I'm juggling millions and you're asking me to come up with a witty pun." - Tania Kumar
"I was into it until I realized I was "fergaliciousing" - Ford Leland
"Look at us. Just a pair of wit-chiseling, French-practicing gadabouts. The mischief we will cause!" - Andie Ryan
"Do you always wear something on your head? What does Freud have to say about that?" - Nathan Lyons
"I am the new Oscar Wilde. I doubt he would ever have ordered an omelette." - Symonne Torpy
"Any man who does not love you is either too gay or too straight. Either way they have big defects." - Joachim Iglesias
Pierre and Marie Curie University, also known as University of Paris VI, is a public research university and was established in 1971 following the division of the University of Paris, and is a principal heir to Faculty of Sciences of the Sorbonne, although it can trace its roots back to 1109 and the Abbey of St Victor.The university is located on the Jussieu Campus in the Latin Quarter of the 5th arrondissement of Paris, France. The French cultural revolution of 1968, commonly known as "the French May", resulted in the division of the world's second oldest academic institution, the University of Paris, into thirteen autonomous universities.UPMC is the largest scientific and medical complex in France, active in many fields of research with scope and achievements at the highest level, as demonstrated by the many awards regularly won by UPMC researchers, and the many international partnerships it maintains across all five continents. Several university rankings have regularly put UPMC at the 1st place in France, and it has been ranked as one of the top universities in the world. The ARWU has ranked UPMC as the 1st in France, 6th in Europe and 35th in the world and also 4th in field of mathematics, 25th in field of physics, 14th in field of natural sciences and 32nd in field of engineering, technology and computer science.It has more than 125 laboratories, most of them in association with the Centre national de la recherche scientifique . Some of its most notable institutes and laboratories include the Institut Henri Poincaré, Institut d'astrophysique de Paris, Laboratoire d'informatique de Paris 6, Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu and the Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel .