Administrative Decision-Making in Reaction to a Court Judgment: Can the Administrative Judge Guide the Decision-Making Process?

11 Pages Posted: 16 Jul 2013

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A. T. Marseille

University of Groningen - Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration

I.M. Boekema

University of Groningen - Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration

Date Written: July 12, 2013

Abstract

In Dutch administrative law, a court judgment does not always resolve the conflict at hand. If an administrative court quashes a decision by an administrative authority in a judgment from which there is no appeal, the authority should take a new decision. When such a new decision is taken, interested parties can decide to commence proceedings for the second time. This study seeks to investigate the factors influencing the administrative decision-making process and the degree to which repeated litigation takes place.

Keywords: judiciary, administrative procedural law, administrative authorities, repeated litigation

Suggested Citation

Marseille, A. T. and Boekema, Martje, Administrative Decision-Making in Reaction to a Court Judgment: Can the Administrative Judge Guide the Decision-Making Process? (July 12, 2013). Utrecht Law Review, Vol. 9, No. 3, p. 51-61, July 2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2294356

A. T. Marseille (Contact Author)

University of Groningen - Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration ( email )

9700 AS Groningen
Netherlands

Martje Boekema

University of Groningen - Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration ( email )

P.O. Box 716
9700 AS Groningen
Netherlands

HOME PAGE: http://Homepage: www.rug.nl/staff/i.m.boekema/index

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