Definition: [ədˈmɪnɪstreɪtɪv lɔː] is a codified normative act regulating public relations on bringing to administrative responsibility, as well as establishing general principles, a list of administrative offenses, bodies considering cases, the procedure for administrative responsibility and executing decisions. Such a paper contains rules for involving the public in discussing legal amendments and new legislative initiatives. According to the text, the society has the right to publicly support or reject the proposed innovations through commentaries and discussions. The law prescribes a level of independence for the presidency and parliamentary institutions.
Administrative law In a Sentence:
The adoption of the administrative law significantly facilitated citizens' participation in the adoption of strategically important decisions.
The creation of independent agencies is impossible without the improvement of the administrative law.
Synonyms and related words: governmental law, regulatory law, departmental law