INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
1. Defining Administrative Law
Administrative law is the procedure that created by administrative agencies (governmental bodies of the city, county, state or Federal government) to involving rules, regulations, applications, licenses, permits, avalaible information, hearings, appeals and decision-making. Federal agency procedures are governed by the administrative procudure act, and many states have adopted similar procedural formats either by law or regulations. Administrative law has lead generally to the laws and legal principles governing the creation, administration and regulation of goverment agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. It is essentially “the powers given to the administrative agencies, the substantive rules that such agencies make, and the legal relationship between such agencies, other government bodies, and the public at large.” Although most people do not realize it, administrative law gived affect to the our lives in numerous ways. Administrative law comes into play at any point where a government agency steps in to alter the legal rights of citizens, corporations, or other entities.
2. Development of administrative law
At the time nachtwachkerstaat, the state only serves as a security guard and order. The role of administrative law is very small, because the smaller the interference of the state in society, the less the administrative law role in it. In the legal conception of state (another name watchman state), the staatsonthounding principle role of state or restrictions contained in the state and government in the fields of politics rests on the proposition that "the best government is the least government". The state administration changed to be passive because of these restrictions, this is why the law of state is called as night watchman state. This restriction is suffering the citizensthat leads to the social unrest.
The implementation failure of Nachtwachkerstaat concept...