We know the general administrative procedure and many more special ones. We know the administrative areas that are so unique that the general rules of the Administrative Procedure Act are not sufficient, then a special law may regulate an issue of procedure or several specific rules of the administrative procedure differently or anew in relation to the Administrative Procedure Act. Everything that is not regulated differently by the sectoral law, in particular the basic principles, applies according to the ZUP, according to Article 22 of the Constitution. Regardless of the guidelines for the development of control, there are several special features in this area, due to the primary protection of the public benefit, under sectoral laws and implementing regulations. These special features are in principle of two types: the special provisions of the sectoral law and the sectoral law are governed by the same institute as the ZUP, only more specifically, in more detail or supplementary
Regulations require the application of the basic principles laid down. The basic principles apply together as a whole, the latter complementary and interconnecting. A special regulation can only be prescribed by a law, which is a special regulation in relation to the LAP, so that in relation to the LAP, the principle that the special legal regulation replaces the general one applies. In the administrative area of a special administrative procedure, the authority will follow the rules of that special administrative procedure when dealing with specific administrative matters in a specific administrative area, and the ZUP will be applied to those issues on which a special law did not regulate procedural special rules.
My thesis presents the concepts of general and specific administrative procedure, which are governed by sectoral laws and subordinate ZUP, their intersections and differences of regulation in the legal system with sources, and also compared the original principles and rights, that are part of the Law of the General Administrative procedure with certain sectoral laws. In addition to the above, I also tested the following hypothesis: »The field law can supersede ZUP in any procedural rule, except for fundamental constitutional rights« by normative and comparative method, and comparing selected sectoral laws with ZUP and judicature analysis, and I used also study professional literature and help with case studies. I confirm my thesis, since the results of the analysis of the supreme court's area judicature show that in most cases the court held that only a branch law or a branch law and ZUP should be subordinate.