In French law the distinction is drawn by distinguishing betweenle Droit objectif (the noun spelt with a capital according tosome, but not all, writers) and les droits subjectifs. (Forgeneral discussion see, for example, Cornu 2014.) However, French lawseems at the same time to confine the term ‘droitssubjectifs’ to a sub-class of legal rights, namely rightswhich are primarily those of private citizens, eg to make a will orcontract. The term appears not to extend to such rights as those of agovernment agency owning property or a government minister making alegal order under delegated powers.


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