Its Scope and Control
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.
Some Remarks on Good Law and Good Administration (Wojciech Dziedziak)
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(Associate Professor, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland)
Some Remarks on Good Law and Good Administration
Abstract: The paper concerns issues of good law and good administration, which are inextricably intertwined as one can hardly speak of any good administration without human-oriented law whose content is also good.
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