Administrative Jurisdiction has played an active and important role in reducing the excesses of certain administrative activities and protecting the rights of individuals, traders, corporations, and others. Through the adjudication of cases brought before it, the administrative courts derive this importance from its natural traits of being the judicial system that separates the issues directed against the official bodies, whatever their status and nature.
Our experience in this aspect is the following:
- Disputes relating to appeals against administrative decisions.
- Claims for compensation against official entities.
- Disputes relating to contracts to which the government or a public moral person is a party.
- Disputes concerning the rights established in the civil service and retirement systems for state officials, government employees and organs with general moral personality.