Its Sources, Limits and Identity
Edited By Roman Hauser, Marek Zirk-Sadowski and Bartosz Wojciechowski
The Place of the Case-law of the Administrative Courts in the System of the Constitutional Control of the Activities of Public Administration
Abstract: According to the Constitution, one of the standards of the rule of law is an institutionally developed system of control. The existence of the control of state activities and its bodies, is a prerequisite for the protection of the individual. In the rule of law, in addition to the institutions established specifically to exert control over the compliance with law by certain state authorities, the aspect of lawful activities is taken into account when performing other forms of parliamentary, political or social control. The article discusses a particular importance which from the perspective of the rule of law should be attached to the institution of the control of the activities of public administration, especially the control of the compliance with law. It is argued that administrative courts undoubtedly contribute to a real and effective control from the point of view of compliance with law, thus eliminating the arbitrariness of administrative settlements as well as the inaction or excessive length of administrative proceedings, while defending the interests of man and citizen.
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