The book Administrative Law - the main tool for regulating the activity of public administration is a university course that addresses in detail the specific institutions of this branch of law. The book is structured in 14 chapters and benefits from a rich bibliographic apparatus.
The institutions of administrative law are regulated by a multitude of normative acts that are frequently subject to changes caused by political, social, economic factors, etc., which required, in order to carry out this work, a sustained effort to present the relevant aspects of positive law.
The paper addresses the issue of administrative law from the perspective of the Administrative Code. The adoption of this code represented an approach of simplification and unification of the legislation in the field, including numerous positive aspects, but also controversial aspects subject to specialized criticism. Where I considered that an improvement of the legislation is necessary, I made proposals de lege ferenda.
The fundamental problems of administrative law are presented from an empirical perspective, highlighting numerous aspects of jurisprudence and administrative practice that exemplify the interpretation and application of the provisions of normative acts in social reality.
We hope that this book will be a useful tool for students, teachers, researchers, legal advisers, civil servants, magistrates, lawyers and all those interested in the proper functioning of public authorities and institutions, providing solutions to the new challenges of the legal reality of administrative law.