Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 8, No 2 (2012)

Judicial Control over Public Administration

Fadil Memet Zendeli, Memet Seit Memeti, Agron Selman Rustemi



Judicial control of administration and installation of courts as specialized institutions for resolving administrative disputes (conflicts) strengthened legitimacy, efficiency and accountability of the administrative bodies and this contributed to strengthening the protection of human rights against administrative bodies. The paper attempts to address the administrative disputes (conflict) in general hence giving specific data for some European countries and USA. Access to thesis topic is analytical and contributes to the recognition of administrative disputes as legal and functional mechanism in building the rule of law.

The paper will result with appropriate conclusions that reflect the work of institutions and administrative disputes (conflict) itself as a legal instrument and will help the concerned parties, officials, judges, researchers for theoretical and practical importance of administrative disputes (conflict).


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