This volume analyzes the evolution of the main elements of administrative procedures through a methodology that overcomes the established observations within each legal tradition. The author identifies the role played by subjective legal positions in the formation of the rules on procedures, and examines the primary characteristics thereof. The analysis is carried out through preliminary methodological clarifications based on the notion that the strength with which the principles have established themselves in the national and international legal systems is a key factor.
The author reconstructs the systems which tackles and resolves the problems of administrative inertia and the limits that the individual juridical experiences impose on the discretionary power. He also identifies procedural models and their diffusion in comparative law.
Vincenzo De Falco is a professor of Comparative Public Law at the Department of Law of the "Luigi Vanvitelli" University of Campania. He has published books and essays on the issues of Competition in European Countries, Cultural Heritage in Spain and France, Public Services in Comparative Law, Silence in France, Autonomous Communities in Spain and Forms of Government in the States of India