The administrative litigation system in Romania allows for the possibility for citizens to contest the decisions rendered by the administrative authorities before a court in cases involving a breach of their rights or legitimate interests. Administrative litigation has a long-standing history within the Romanian legal system; several stages of development have been undertaken that showcase the progress made, though stagnated by the hiatus experienced between 1948 and 1965, during a part of the Communist period.1 Currently, the Law on Administrative Litigation,2 containing both substantive and procedural rules, governs the present-day system of administrative litigation.

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ISBN 978-1-4724-3608-5
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315565651-19, hdl.handle.net/1765/127821
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Gyöngyi, P.M. (2016). Administrative litigation law and practice in Romania. In Administrative Litigation Systems in Greater China and Europe (pp. 225–250). doi:10.4324/9781315565651-19