Administrative law is a branch of public law, the legal norms of which regulate the status and competence of public administration entities, their social relations with entities of public and private law, and their mutual relations. This branch of law covers social relations, the specific characteristic of which is the inequality of the parties, since one of the subjects of these relations has the power of authority.
There is a distinction between general and special administrative law. The general part comprises the legal norms of administrative law, the value-governed nature of which is common to the whole system. These are, for example, norms establishing the general principles of administrative law, the administrative legal status of public authorities, public organisations and citizens in the sphere of public administration. The special part is made up of legal norms covering a specific field of public administration (e.g. construction, health and environmental law). These norms provide for the organisation and implementation of public administration in the economic sphere, in the socio-cultural sphere, in the administrative political sphere. Often a citizen of the Republic of Lithuania, and even more often a foreigner arriving in Lithuania, when faced with legal relations in which one of the parties has the authority of the government, gets lost and does not know what to do, how to communicate and in what format to submit documents to the state authorities. Therefore, if you are in a situation where you have to
communicate, provide certain information and documents to the relevant public authorities and you do not know where to start and how to do it, or if you find that public officials are not performing or are not properly performing their duties in making a decision that is important to you, or if you may be subject to administrative liability or an administrative offence and you want to appeal such a decision, our law firm is ready to assist you.
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