Seybold Report ISSN: 1533-9211
Ibrahim Ahmed Haji, Prof. Dr. Sangar Dawood Mohammed Amri
Vol 18, No 5 ( 2023 ) | Licensing: CC 4.0 | Pg no: 324-336 | Published on: 30-05-2023
Administrative decisions, like other legal phenomena, are temporary because the speed of development of administrative life and its change leads to the need for the development of these decisions to keep pace with the changing situation, the administrative decision may end naturally, i.e. fall on its own without the intervention of any administrative or judicial action and may end with the intervention of the will of the administration, where the administration often resorts to putting an end to its inappropriate decisions to cancel or withdraw. The decision may also end without the intervention of the administration, as the stakeholder resorts to the judiciary through a lawsuit for annulment to obtain a court ruling to cancel the contested decision. Therefore, we talk about how the administrative decision by the administrative cancellation ends as well as the judiciary's cancellation of the contested decision before it.
Administrative decision, administrative cancellation, administrative law, withdrawal of administrative decision, administrative judiciary.