Administrative law

Law 554/2004 is the law that governs all administrative matters. Administrative law refers to the settlement by administrative courts of disputes where at least one of the parties is a state authority. Such disputes must be related to one of the following situations: conflict risen from the issuance or conclusion of an administrative act, from the failure to solve in due time a request regarding a right or a legitimate interest or the unjustified refusal to solve such request.

Therefore, our lawyers assist and represent clients – natural and/or moral persons – in their relations with any administrative body, but also with public institutions in matters related to the issuance of administrative acts or related to control activities.

Our main activities in matters related to administrative law are:

  1. Review of administrative acts and legal advice on whether it is suitable or not to dispute certain administrative acts;
  2. Representation and assistance in accomplishing prior administrative procedures for disputing administrative and fiscal acts (prior complaints and appeals);
  3. Representation and assistance during administrative procedures in administrative courts;
  4. Representation and assistance in invoking and solving illegality pleas and in cases regarding the suspension of the execution of administrative acts;
  5. Representation, assistance and legal advice offered to natural and moral persons before public authorities;
  6. Representation, assistance and legal advice during procedures regarding the awarding of public procurement contracts, public works concession contracts and services concession contracts;
  7. Appeals of auctions and of other procedures regarding the awarding of public procurement contracts, public works concession contracts and services concession contracts;

Representation and legal advice in obtaining operating permits or building permits, as well as in appealing such permits;