Chancellery Pilarski

Administrative law

Administrative law is divided into general and special administrative law. Administrative law concerns the relationship between the citizen and the state. Administrative law includes, among other things, public building law, police law, municipal law, environmental law, commercial administrative law, public transport law, service law, education law and social law. If the state wants to make a binding regulation, it can, among other things, issue administrative acts in the form of official notifications. These represent specific individual regulations for you.

In order to defend oneself against such a regulation as a citizen, an objection procedure must be carried out depending on the special administrative law. A complaint can only be brought before the administrative court after a negative decision on the objection, as it would otherwise be inadmissible. If you would like to defend yourself against a decision, then in principle actions for rescission must be filed. If you request action from the state that you have requested and which you have been denied, an action for obligation must be brought.

In some legal areas of special administrative law, no objection procedures are provided to relieve authorities. In order to obtain legal protection, legal action must be taken immediately!