In normal laws, envelope protection is implemented differently on Boeing and Airbus fly-by-wire systems, as highlighted in this question. I don't want to reopen a debate about which one is better (both have been proven to be good), I'm looking for information about another manufacturer's implementation.
If I understand correctly, Airbus won't allow the pilot to exceed limitations (such as load factor) while Boeing will make them really hard to exceed them.
I would like to know what happen if the pilot's input tend to exceed flight envelope limits (high-G maneuver -both negative and positive G-, high angle of attack, over-speed, high bank angle).
On a fully functional Dassault Falcon 7X (or newer) in normal laws, can the pilot put the aircraft outside its flight envelope? Can the pilot make the aircraft stall (excessive AoA), perform high-G maneuver (excessive load factor), put the aircraft in inverted flight (bank angle > 90°)? Will the aircraft refuse pilot's input or just make them hard ? In short, how is flight envelope protection implemented on Dassault falcon jets?