Good administration through the lens of the CJEU: Direction for the administrative bodies
Keywords:administrative law, principle of good administration, EU, Member States, Charter of Fundamental Rights
The CJEU has played significant role in forming the principles applicable to administrative law, the provisions of EU treaties not being able to cover all situations. The Court re/defines the general principles of administrative law applicable to the Member States and the paper analyses the way in which these principles have been evolved and implemented.
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