Administrative procedure: experience of Czechia and Lithuania
Keywords:Administrative procedure, public administration, stages
The article analyses the concepts of administrative procedures, public administration process, discusses the history of legal regulation of administrative procedures in Czechia, reviews the main institutes regulated by the modern Code of Administrative Procedures of the Czech Republic, analyses provisions of the Code based on case-law of the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic and administrative doctrine, compares Czech and Lithuanian legal regulation of administrative procedures.
Comparing Law on Public Administration of the Republic of Lithuania with the Code of Administrative Procedures of the Czech Republic, it is obvious that the Lithuanian version does not disclose either the stages of the public administration process or the relevant institutes of administrative law, such as administrative contracts, protection against failure of the public administration, does not detail the possibility of reviewing the decision, it barely mentions the resumption of the procedure without detailing its course, does not establish such an institute as the possibility of public administration to satisfy the applicant's claims after applying to an administrative court.
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