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Administrative Justice

 

The following description shall be considered a summary of legislation relating to administrative justice only, and does not seek to address nor provide any indication of the de facto practical implementation of relevant legislation, or its compliance with international standards.
In Georgia, the field of administrative justice is regulated by three separate laws, namely the General Administrative Code and the Administrative Offences Code (substantive laws) and the Administrative Procedures Code, which lays down procedural rules on the judicial adjudication of substantive matters contained in the General Administrative and Administrative Offences Codes.1  


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