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Title: Extraordinary administrative proceedings and court administrative proceedings

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ORCID:

0000-0002-3275-649X

Abstract:

A great number of legal remedies for the verification of final administrative decisions implies the possibility of factual coincide between available means of legal protection. Therefore, it is necessary to decode significant rules of exclusion of the double-track verification of final administrative decisions. The solution adopted in Article 56 of the Law on Proceedings before Administrative courts is only fragmentary. Hence is causes confusion in the process of interpretation of law. In view of growing doubts whether it is possible to initiate administrative proceedings in one of the procedures of extraordinary verification of administrative decisions when the same instrument is being reviewed by an administrative court, the President of the Supreme Administrative Court made a motion for a panel of 7 judges to adopt an abstract resolution. In the resolution, the Court permitted the relevant extraordinary proceedings to be initiated, but indicated that it was necessary to suspend such proceedings pursuant to Article 97(1)(4) of the Code of Administrative Procedure.

Date issued:

2018

Resource Type:

journal

Identifier:

oai:repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl:95738 ; ISSN 2450-3932 ; doi:10.34616/fiuw.2018.2.183.210

Language:

pol ; eng

WUL Catalog:

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Is referenced by:

www.fiw.prawo.uni.wroc.pl

Replaces:

Folia Iuridica Wratislaviensis

Rights holder:

© Copyright by Paweł Majczak

Location of original object:

Library of the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics

Autor opisu:

TK ; WR U/PAdjm

Object collections:

Last modified:

Jun 7, 2019

In our library since:

Jun 7, 2019

Number of object content hits:

59

All available object's versions:

https://repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl/publication/102896

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