Administrative Litigation Plaintiff Qualification in Germeny: Enlightenment to Chinese Law

Hong WANG

Abstract


German Administrative Litigation System is relatively complete. This chapter starts from the background of German administrative litigation, which analyzes its main objective of "rights violations" standard specifically identified under the subjective litigation and in objective litigation the plaintiff Qualification are in group litigation, litigation and regulating authorities review proceedings.  Its value of administrative proceedings, classifications of litigation are affecting the development of the scope of the plaintiff's administrative litigation system. The author clarifies the main proceedings of Administrative Litigation, supplements objective function and improves the scope of the case. Furthermore,  the author clarifies its set standards in Plaintiff Qualification of Administrative Litigation and brings public interest litigation into administrative litigation system to enable citizens, public interest groups and the prosecution have the administrative public interest litigation to sue.


Keywords


Plaintiff qualification; Subjective litigation; System improvement; Public interest litigation administrative action

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11615

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