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By Marina Künnecke

Administrative felony platforms are in response to nationwide constitutional criminal traditions and cultural values. English judges have for hundreds of years utilized the typical legislation. In Germany, judges have built administrative criminal rules for the security of the person opposed to nation motion. in spite of the fact that, during the last few many years’ Administrative criminal structures became much less remoted. this is often the results of primary advancements within the ecu criminal panorama and of the expanding complexity of Administrative felony difficulties. within the united kingdom, the constitutional foundation for judicial evaluate, ideas of judicial keep watch over and governmental legal responsibility in addition to the service provider of the courts are altering. either, the English and the German Administrative felony structures are more and more confronted with the query of ways to stability the dynamics of swap with the maintaining forces of culture. the following, the open angle of judges and lawmakers in contemplating ideas provided in other places is a amazing improvement in a box of legislation which has lengthy been perceived as too nationally particular. there's a growing to be desire for comparative fabric and research in Administrative legislation - this e-book offers a worthy contribution to this box of law.

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If it is in writing, but the issuing authority cannot be identified; 2. if its issue does not comply with the statutory requirement of the form of a certificate; 3. non-compliance with Art. 3 no. 1 (local competence for questions regarding immovable property or legal relationships attached to a place); 4. if for factual reasons no one could exercise it; 5. if it requires the performance of a criminal act; 6, if it is against good morals". , AUgemeines Verwaltungsrecht, 1988, 238, BVerwGEll,95,97.

Therefore without explicitly identifying their role the courts have expanded judicial review beyond the traditional ultra vires model. ^"^ In the absence of a written constitution, however, which sets out the overall value order in terms of a clear entrenchment of human rights and a constitutional mandate to protect those values imposed on all three powers, it appears difficult to reach consensus on a single theoretical foundation. ^^ This appears to have happened in practice anyway as witnessed by, for instance, the revival of the common law rules of natural justice.

BVerfGE95, 1. III. The grounds of review 31 III. The grounds of review 1. The grounds of review for administrative action in England In England judicial review of administrative action has become an important protection of the individual. This has not always been so. The role of the courts in relation to the administration of government has undergone major changes within the last 30 years. ^^"^ To appreciate the development injudicial review proceedings fully, I shall first define judicial review by contrasting it with appellate proceedings and, secondly, briefly describe the constitutional framework in which light judicial review in England has to be seen.

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