La Doctrina Probable En Sede Administrativa: Los Escollos Del Artículo 24 De La Ley 1340 Del 2009 (Precedent or Probable Doctrine in Administrative Law: The Pitfalls of Article 24 of Act 1340 of 2009)

Con-Texto: Revista de Derecho y Economía, No. 28, p. 45, 2008

21 Pages Posted: 22 Feb 2013

See all articles by Camilo Pabón Almanza

Camilo Pabón Almanza

Universidad Externado de Colombia

Andrés Palacios Lleras

Estudios Palacios Lleras s.a.s.

Date Written: June 1, 2008

Abstract

Recently, the Congress enacted Act 1340 of 2009, amending in important aspects the competition regime in Colombia. One of the amendments concerns the scope of decisions the Superintendency of Industry and Trade (Antitrust Authority): Article 24 of the act states that three decisions of that entity in the same direction, will be "probable doctrine" -similar to the precedent established for antitrust cases. The issue, then, revolves around determining what the scope of that provision. There are (at least) two positions with regarding the permissible extent of the Superintendency's doctrine effects.

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Keywords: Antitrust, Administrative law, Superintendency, Precedent

JEL Classification: K21, K40, K49

Suggested Citation

Pabón Almanza, Camilo and Palacios Lleras, Andrés, La Doctrina Probable En Sede Administrativa: Los Escollos Del Artículo 24 De La Ley 1340 Del 2009 (Precedent or Probable Doctrine in Administrative Law: The Pitfalls of Article 24 of Act 1340 of 2009) (June 1, 2008). Con-Texto: Revista de Derecho y Economía, No. 28, p. 45, 2008, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2221564

Camilo Pabón Almanza (Contact Author)

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