Article 111 does not cover public law institutions such as professional regulatory bodies2, notary associations3, tourism federations4, Chambers of Trade5, work councils6 or universities7. However, the performance, by a private association, of functions provided for by law does not transform the association into a public law body: instead, regard must be had to its legal basis, purpose and functions in order to determine whether its character is predominantly 'public' or 'private'
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