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Effektives Rechtsschutzgebot - deutsche Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit quo vadis?

Nomos,  2019, 115 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-5698-8

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The work is part of the series Cottbuser Schriften zu Hochschulpolitik und Hochschulrecht (Volume 5)
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englischThe stipulation of effective legal protection anchored in Germany’s Basic Law seems to have mutated into a pure chimera, especially in the country’s administrative courts.

In stipulating appropriately long court procedures, the Basic Law often confronts legal protection seekers with excessively long proceedings, sometimes without the prospect of a timely judicial decision. This publication is dedicated to this subject, while at the same time showing the causes of and legal remedies for excessively long procedures. The focus of the examination lies on Brandenburg. In addition to addressing the theoretical foundations of effective legal protection in this regard, the study lists practical examples that unambiguously substantiate any violation of the stipulation for effective legal protection. In addition to presenting case developments from the administrative courts, the author not only discusses an example of a criminal justice case, but also makes a comparison between the situation in Germany in this respect and Polish law.

With contributions by

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Lothar Knopp, Ass. iur. Louisa Linke, Ass. iur. Simone Herzberg/ Direktor am ZfRV Wolfgang Schröder, Mgr. Diana Stypula, LL.M.

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