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Discretionary Power of Public Administration

Its Scope and Control

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Edited By Leszek Leszczyński and Adam Szot

The book analyzes various aspects and examples of public administration discretionary power within the processes of law application. It presents a variety of factors that may affect the range of discretion as well as the influence on public administration’s reasoning. The authors evaluate the complexity of forms and procedures for control of decision latitude that is exercised by the public administration and the society.

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The role of judicial opinion in controlling the discretionary power in public administration (Iwona Rzucidło-Grochowska)

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Iwona Rzucidło-Grochowska

(Ph. D., Judicial Decisions Bureau in the Supreme Administrative Court of Poland)

The role of judicial opinion in controlling the discretionary power in public administration1

Abstract: Controlling discretionary power in public administration by the administrative courts is also a matter of judicial opinion, not only one of judicial decision-making. From a practical point of view, the crucial role in this respect is played by the motives of the judicial decision, not by the ruling itself (by tenor).

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