|Authors:||Radomír Jakab • Tibor Seman • Lukáš Jančát|
|Year of publication:||2020|
|Number of pages:||208|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
|Note:||Táto vedecká monografia vznikla v rámci riešenia výskumného projektu s názvom „Transteritoriálne správne akty členských štátov Európskej únie“ podporeného grantom Vedeckej grantovej agentúry pod č. 1/0203/18.|
|Licencia:||Creative Commons BY NC (Uveďte autora - Nepoužívajte komerčne)|
The concept of a transterritorial administrative act is relatively new in administrative law, especially in the conditions of the Slovak Republic. It has practical applicability to the application of European Union law (including international law). Its essence lies in the fact that the effects of such an administrative act issued within one Member State exceed the territory of that Member State, have effects in other Member States, in all Member States of the European Union without being subject to the recognition process.
The purpose of the monograph is to present outputs of the scientific examination of this type of administrative acts, the definition of its characteristics and its effects, the examination of the possibilities of procedural defense against its effects by the State concerned, and possibly the possibility of unifying the action of the Member States of the European Union in case of procedural defense against the effects of transterritorial administrative acts. The monograph also contains analysis of certain types of transterrritorial administrative acts that are commonly used in the conditions of the European union and Slovak republic; they are also categorized under specific criteria.