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  • Feb 7, 2021

Administrative law is a branch of law,

Administrative law is a branch of law, the basis of which is determined in the constitution, that stipulates rules regarding the activities and organization of the administration, and ensures the balance of the superiority and privileges granted to the public with the rights and freedoms granted to the individual.

Administration, on the other hand, is defined as the organization established to fulfill certain duties within the state structuring in the organic sense and those employed in this organization. In functional terms, what is meant by the administration is the qualities that should be possessed in order to reflect public services to life and the working system of this organization.

The purpose of existence of the administration is to realize the public interest. Administrative law subordinates the activities and organization of the administration to the rules by helping to establish the public interest and to re-establish the balance of benefit, thus ensuring the protection of the rights and freedoms of the individual.

Administrative law is a younger law than many branches of law originating from Rome in terms of its emergence in the 19th century. Disputes arising from the implementation of administrative law, which continues its development rapidly depending on the understanding of the changing state model, are resolved in the administrative judiciary.

Sub Branches

The field of Administrative Law contains many sub-fields. These are generally classified in the doctrine as follows:

  • Regulation
  • Zoning Law
  • Procurement Law
  • Administrative Sanctions
  • Status (Civil Servant) Law
  • Administrative Trial Procedure
  • Administrative Contracts Law

Administrative Court in Turkey

Administrative law in the settlement of disputes arising from the interpretation of the arm thus competent judicial authorities to determine the principles of administrative law and judicial sources in Turkey. The administrative judicial branch consists of the following courts:

  • Council of state
  • Military High Administrative Court
  • Regional Administrative Courts
  • Administrative Courts
  • Tax Courts


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