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DISCUSSION OF THE BILL ON HOW ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS CONSIDER CASES BEGINS

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DISCUSSION OF THE BILL ON HOW ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS CONSIDER CASES BEGINS

The term for the trial to consider administrative cases will not be less than 15 days and may be extended by the chairman of the court for a period not exceeding 15 days. The decision of the court will enter into force within a month. These norms are proposed to be introduced with the adoption of the draft Code on Administrative Proceedings.

Administrative courts will coordinate:

— cases on disputes arising from public law relations;

— cases on recovery of debts from citizens on taxes and other mandatory payments;

— cases of hospitalization of a person in a psychiatric hospital in involuntary order or about the extension of its term;

— cases of hospitalization of a person who has a contagious form of tuberculosis to a specialized department of an anti-tuberculosis institution in involuntary order or to prolong the period of hospitalization;

— cases on appealing against decisions and actions (inaction) of state and other bodies, as well as their officials;

— cases on application of measures of legal effect.

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