Dienende Funktion des Verwaltungsverfahrens und Prozeduralisierung 978-3-16-150317-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Christian Quabeck

Dienende Funktion des Verwaltungsverfahrens und Prozeduralisierung

[The Serving Function of Administrative Procedure and Proceduralization.]

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In German administrative law, the concept of the »serving function« of administrative procedure indicates that procedural law is subordinate to substantive law. Christian Quabeck analyzes various manifestations of the proceduralization of administrative law which indicate a much larger role of process-related thinking than had been assumed previously.
he concept of the »serving function« of administrative procedure is one of the classic arguments of administrative law. In German administrative law this term is used regularly to indicate that procedural law is subordinate to substantive law. Although this was seen as self-evident for a long time, it is changing due to the procedural specifications of European law, but also due to an impetus developed within German law. Christian Quabeck analyzes various manifestations of the proceduralization of administrative law which indicate a much larger role of process-related thinking than had been assumed previously.
Authors/Editors

Christian Quabeck Geboren 1978; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Heidelberg und Bordeaux; 2002 Maîtrise en droit; 2009 Promotion; derzeit Rechtsanwalt in Berlin.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Die Verwaltung — 2012, 294–296 (Elke Gurlit)
In: Die Öffentliche Verwaltung — 2011, 279–280 (Jürgen Held)