Notificacion De Los Actos Administrativos Y Disposiciones General Es

December 15, 2019

Notificacion De Los Actos Administrativos Y Disposiciones General Es

Titulo del libro: Notificacion De Los Actos Administrativos Y Disposiciones General Es

Autor: Tomas Cobo Olvera

Archivo: Notificacion+De+Los+Actos+Administrativos+Y+Disposiciones+General+Es.pdf

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SINOPSIS

Notification of administrative acts is a prerequisite for their effects. However acts that recognize specific rights may be required to be complied with without the need for prior notification. On the other hand, the lack of notification does not authorize the Administration to simply terminate the act. The notification of the administrative act or the lack of it produce a series of consequences of great importance in relation to the prescription, expiration, term to challenge them, etc. Questions all analyzed in this work. On the other hand, the system of notification of administrative acts has an acceptable legal regulation. However, the practice of it has raised too many problems that are sometimes difficult to predict and even adequate legal regulation. Some of these problems have been adequately addressed by judicial bodies and doctrine, allowing a criterion to be adequate for the purpose of notification or a unifying criterion. This problem has been detected mainly in the practice of personal notification, which, although it has required the Administration to make efforts to comply with the procedures to avoid edictal notification, the administration has not, on few occasions, To prevent it from being carried out, which has required balancing the two opposing positions. The present work, in relation to the subjects that it treats, puts at the disposal of the reader the judicial and doctrinal criteria, as well as the opinion of the author in relation to issues not duly defined neither by the norms nor by the jurisprudence. For this purpose, reference is made to the most relevant judicial decisions and to a basic scientific doctrine in order to make an eminently practical work, which is the purpose of the Collection that begins with this book. No objection of administrative acts is a prerequisite For their effects. However, it is necessary to recognize the specific rights to be complied with. On the other hand, the lack of notification does not authorize the Administration to simply terminate the act. The notification of the administrative act or lack of it produces a series of consequences of great importance in relation to the prescription, expiration, term to challenge them, etc. Questions all analyzed in this work. On the other hand, the system of notification of administrative acts has an acceptable legal regulation. However, the practice of it has raised too many problems that are sometimes difficult to predict and even adequate legal regulation. Some of these problems have been adequately addressed by judicial bodies and doctrine, allowing a criterion to be adequate for the purpose of notification or a unifying criterion. This problem has been detected mainly in the practice of personal notification, which, although it has required the Administration to make efforts to comply with the procedures to avoid edictal notification, the administration has not, on a few occasions, to prevent it from being carried out , Which has required balancing the two opposing positions. The present work, in relation to the subjects that it treats, puts at the disposal of the reader the judicial and doctrinal criteria, as well as the opinion of the author in relation to issues not defined nor by norms nor by the jurisprudence. To this end, reference is made to the most relevant judicial decisions and to a basic scientific doctrine in order to make an eminently practical work, which is the purpose of the Collection that begins with this book.