Unit 1. Administrative law. Definition and characters.
Unit 2. Sources of administrative law.
2.2. The Law.
2.3. Legislative - laws and decrees - action.
2.4. International treaties and European Community sources.
2.5. The regulation.
Unit 3. Governmental organization.
3.1. General government of the State.
3.2. Autonomous government.
3.3. Local government.
Unit 4. Legal supremacy of government.
4.1. The principle of legality and its implementation through authority.
4.2. Types of governmental authority.
4.3. Discretional authority.
4.4. Control over authority.
4.5. Governmental privileges; economic, procedural, executive, and executory terms.
Unit 5. Governmental action.
5.1. Characters in governmental actions.
5.2. Types of governmental actions.
5.3. Elements of governmental actions.
5.4. Silence procedure.
5.5. Dynamics of governmental actions.
A) Effectiveness of governmental actions.
B) Cessation of effectiveness; its suspension.
C) Validity and invalidity of governmental actions.
D) Absolute nullity or full right of actions.
E) Revocability of actions.
F) Revocation of governmental actions.
Unit 6. Governmental responsibility.
6.1. Sense of patrimonial responsibility in government.
6.2. Principles of patrimonial responsibility in Spanish administrative law.
6.3. Requirements for its legitimacy.
6.4. Procedures for its imposition.
6.5. Civil and criminal responsibilities for personnel in governmental service.
Unit 7. Types or forms of governmental activity.
7.2. Governmental activity of stimulation.
7.3. Governmental activity of provisioning.
7.4. Governmental activity of planning or limiting.
7.5. Sanctioning activity.
Multiple choice exam or achievement test.
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GARCÍA DE ENTERRÍA, EDUARDO / FERNÁNDEZ RODRÍGUEZ, TOMÁS RAMÓN: CURSO DE DERECHO ADMINISTRATIVO, TOMOS I Y II, MADRID, ÚLTIMA EDICIÓN.
MARTÍN MATEO, RAMÓN: MANUAL DE DERECHO ADMINISTRATIVO, MADRID, ÚLTIMA EDICIÓN.
Distribution of hours
Lecture hours: 25 Laboratory hours: 5