Comparative Section: Germany

Philippe Cossalter, Maria Kordeva

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Traditionally, German legal scholars have developed the concept of administration, which gradually became a key concept of German public law in the 19th and 20th centuries. According to German doctrine, administrative law includes all actions which do not affect the individual citizen, or in the event that they do, remain within the scope of individual rights established by the laws in force. In general, the administration is responsible for regulating concrete or individual legal relationships. (…)

Issue 1, 2023