Administrative law involves the administration and regulation of federal and state government agencies. Government agencies have competence over a wide variety of economic functions, such as telecommunications, the financial market and social issues, such as cases of racial discrimination. Administrative law encompasses laws and legal principles that govern the administration and regulation of government agencies (both federal and state). Congress delegates agencies (or, in the case of a state agency, the state legislature), to act as agencies responsible for carrying out certain prerogatives of Congress.
Agencies are created through their own organic statutes, which establish new laws and, in doing so, create the respective agencies to interpret, administer and enforce those new laws. In general, administrative agencies are created to protect a public interest rather than to assert private rights. Administrative law is the division of law that governs the activities of agencies of the executive branch of government. Administrative law refers to the drafting of rules of the executive branch (rules of the executive branch are generally referred to as regulations), the adjudication or application of laws.
Administrative law is considered a branch of public law. Administrative law, the legal framework in which public administration is developed. It stems from the need to create and develop a system of public administration under the law, a concept that can be compared to the much older notion of justice under the law. Since administration implies the exercise of power by the executive arm of government, administrative law is of constitutional and political importance, as well as legal.
Administrative law is the area of law that relates to the legal principles that govern the administration and regulation of federal and state government agencies. It is considered a branch of public law and is commonly referred to as “regulatory law”. Decision-making in the day-to-day activities of various federal and state agencies is governed by administrative law and the areas covered range from protecting the environment to protecting workers' rights and privileges. As the size of federal and state governments expanded, matters covered by administrative law expanded equally to the point where we, whether in our personal or business lives, are subject to the decisions and tribunals of administrative agencies on a constant basis.
Three of the administrative courts act as migration courts (migrationsdomstol) and the Stockholm Administrative Court of Appeal acts as the Migration Appeal Court (Migrationsöverdomstolen). In 1990, the Administrative Oversight Regulations () and the Administrative Reconsideration Regulations () were adopted. Administrative law is derived from the executive branch of government and includes some of the most notable administrative agencies, such as the Department of Defense (the military) and the Department of Justice. Therefore, to avoid this difficulty, most of the enabling statutes for administrative agencies are drafted in general terms to allow administrative agencies to exercise wide discretion in decision-making.
Administrative law also places special emphasis on empirical understanding of the impact of courts on agencies, since judicial review has been seen as a method of holding administrators accountable to democratic legislative decisions. These administrative bodies also determine the definition of individual rights in administrative systems. Administrative law is made up of the various rules and regulations promulgated by administrative bodies. The powers given to administrative agencies are particularly important, along with the substantive rules established by such agencies and the legal relationships between agencies, other government bodies, and the general public.
Administrative law may also apply to the review of decisions of so-called semi-public bodies, such as non-profit corporations, disciplinary boards, and other decision-making bodies that affect the legal rights of members of a particular group or entity. Decisions of administrative courts are verified by regional administrative courts and the Council of State. Administrative law provides the legal basis for the operation of these agencies and departments and seeks to establish efficient procedures and methods. In administrative law, the adjudication process is simply what the administrative law judge does when a case such as the one in the introductory example is presented to him.
Since 1988, Brazilian administrative law has been strongly influenced by judicial interpretations of constitutional principles of public administration (art. Administrative law refers to the branch of law that governs the creation and operation of administrative agencies. The difference with Bezwaar is that the administrative beroep is presented to a different administrative body, usually one of higher rank, than the administrative body that made the main decision. An administrative agency is a permanent or semi-permanent branch of government that is responsible for the management and administration of specific functions.