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Les prud'homies de pêche à l'époque contemporaine (1790-1962) : la permanence d'une institution hybride en Méditerranée française

Abstract : Fishing Prud'homies are communities of ship-owners that were created in France in the Middle Ages on the Mediterranean coast in Provence and were able to survive despite regime changes, while being supervised by the central government. Governed to this day by the decree, only slightly modified, of November 19th 1859 on the police of fishing in the maritime fifth arrondissement in Toulon, prud'homies have an original character. Ambiguous and hybrid institutions, prud'homies form both a professional community and jurisdiction of fishermen. At their head, prud'hommes fishermen, elected by their peers, have under the control of the Maritime Administration a plurality of powers : regulatory, disciplinary, policing and judicial often exorbitant compared to common law and procedures. They know perfectly the fishing areas and perform an economic and ecological regulation of fishing in the Mediterranean sea. As such, they appear as important actors in the protection of maritime areas and the conservation of fishing resources. Their history and status report on their evolution in response to changes in sea fishing. This trend raises questions about the effectiveness of their role in relation to other fishing organisations, both national and European.
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Delphine Rauch. Les prud'homies de pêche à l'époque contemporaine (1790-1962) : la permanence d'une institution hybride en Méditerranée française. Droit. Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014NICE0016⟩. ⟨tel-02426168⟩

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