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Legalitetno načelo v upravnem pravu
Dekleva, Martin (Author), Pirnat, Rajko (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Legalitetno načelo pomeni v upravnem pravu pravno vodilo, ki terja, da je delovanje javne uprave kot javne oblasti vezano na zakon in pravne norme ter načela, ki imajo v pravnem redu priznan položaj in s tem moč zakona, ki pravno veljajo za upravno delovanje in se morajo zanj uporabiti, ker so njegova veljavna pravna podlaga, tako da upravno delovanje ni v nasprotju z zakonom (to je prednost zakona) in da temelji na ustreznem zakonskem pooblastilu (to je pridržek zakona). Rezultat uporabe legalitetnega načela mora biti glede na njegove učinke torej v restrikciji uprave in hkratnem pooblaščanju za njeno delovanje. Legalitetno načelo je osrednja sestavina pravne države oziroma vladavine prava. Za razliko od zakonitosti se legalitetno načelo kot pravno načelo v delovanju uprave odraža v različnih intenzitetah, medtem ko je določen akt uprave lahko bodisi zakonit ali nezakonit, brez vmesnih stopenj. Legalitetno načelo torej opisuje in zarisuje, kako je uprava pravno vezana pri svojem delovanju, zakonitost pa izhaja iz teh spoznanj in je na njih utemeljena. Posebnost legalitetnega načela v upravnem pravu je pridržek zakona, ki ima tudi poudarjeno usmerjevalno funkcijo za delo uprave. Pojem pridržka zakona se prvenstveno nanaša na vprašanje obstoja ustreznih pooblastil upravi, nujno pa obsega še merila in druga pravna načela, ki jih je treba upoštevati pri uporabi teh pooblastil; tak primer je temeljna zahteva po jasnosti in določnosti predpisov (lex certa). Prednost zakona in pridržek zakona kot sestavini legalitetnega načela učinkujeta za vse akte oblasti, torej tedaj, kadar uprava deluje ex iure imperii. Za intervencijsko upravo, pri kateri prihaja do posegov v temeljne pravice, morajo biti merila dopustnosti delovanja uprave najstrožja in sicer se zahteva izrecno zakonsko pooblastilo. Pri servisni upravi spodbujevalnega značaja z usmerjenostjo v izobljševanje življenjskega standarda lahko zadostuje splošno, manj natančno določeno pooblastilo. Pri delovanju uprave na področju aktov poslovanja – ex iure gestionis, pridržek zakona kot sestavina legalitetnega načela ne učinkuje. Vendar to ne pomeni, da je že iz tega razloga uprava pri neoblastvenih ravnanjih vselej manj pravno vezana, saj mora ravnati po predpisih in skladno z ustavo, ki posameznikom v razmerju do države zagotavlja temeljne pravice in svoboščine. Izjemoma lahko legalitetno načelo posredno sega celo na razmerja med zasebnopravnimi subjekti, kar imenujem horizontalni učinek legalitetnega načela. Do tega lahko pride tipično v položajih, kadar uprava ureja razmerja med subjekti na področju zasebnega prava. Svojevrsten dokaz obstoja horizontalnih učinkovanj legalitetnega načela je določeno učinkovanje človekovih pravic in temeljnih svoboščin med zasebniki. Legalitetno načelo se udejanja v raznovrstnih in številnih oblikah delovanja uprave sodobne države. Merila legalitetnega načela, posebej tista, ki se nanašajo na pridržek zakona, niso univerzalna in toga, ampak se prilagajajo družbenemu razvoju in delovanju državne organizacije. Po mojih ugotovitvah tega ni mogoče vzeti kot konceptualno hibo legalitetnega načela, temveč ravno nasprotno kot njegovo prednost, saj je za upravno pravo na sploh značilno, da se relativno hitro spreminja. To mora ustrezno vplivati tudi za zasnovo legalitetnega načela. Seveda pa se ob tem, ko je njegova intenzivnost sicer lahko različna, legalitetno načelo končno izpelje v konkretni presoji o tem, ali je določen akt uprave zakonit ali nezakonit, pri čemer odločitev o tem sprejme pristojni organ na podlagi in v okviru pravil za to predpisanega postopka.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:upravno pravo, javna uprava, vladavina prava, delitev oblasti, legalitetno načelo, načelo zakonitosti, prednost zakona, pridržek zakona, zakonski pridržek
Work type:Dissertation (m)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Year:2017
COBISS.SI-ID:15861329 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:The Principle of Legality in Administrative Law
Abstract:
The principle of legality means in administrative law legal guidance, which requires that the functioning of public administration as public authority is bound by the statutes and legal norms and principles, which have in the legal system position and power of the statute, which are as valid legal basis applicable for administrative operation, so that it does not conflict with the law (i.e. the priority of the law) and is based on the relevant statutory authorization (i.e. the reservation of the law). In relation to its effects, the result of the application of the principle of legality shall be in simultaneous restriction and authorizing of administration. The principle of legality is a central component of (the state governed by) the rule of law. Unlike the notion of legality, the principle of legality as a legal principle reflects in different intensities in the operation of administration, while the certain administrative act can be either legal or illegal, without any intermediate steps. The principle of legality therefore explains and outlines how the administration is legally bound while legality stems from these findings and is grounded upon them. Special feature of the principle of legality in administrative law is the reservation of the law, which has also an important steering function for the operation of administration. The concept of the reservation of the law primarily relates to the question of the existence of the relevant authorization for the administration, but it also necessarily comprises the criteria and other legal principles that shall be followed in the use of these authorizations; an example is a fundamental requirement of clarity and certainty of the legislation (lex certa). As a component of the principle of legality the priority of the law and the reservation of the law are both applicable to all administrative acts, i.e. when administration acts ex iure imperii. In case of intervention administration where encroachment on fundamental rights occurs, the criteria for admissibility of the administrative operation is the most rigorous so the explicit statutory authorization is required. In service administration with incentive character and orientation in improvement of the standard of living, general and less precise authorization may be sufficient. In the functioning of the administration through private acts – ex iure gestionis, the reservation of the law as a component of the principle of legality is not effective. However, this does not mean that only for this reason the administration is less legally bounded in such cases, because it must follow the law and of course the constitution, which guarantees individuals fundamental rights and freedoms in relation to the state. Exceptionally, the principle of legality indirectly extends even to relationships between private-law entities. I name this horizontal effect of the principle of legality. This can typically occur in situations where the administration governs relations between entities in the field of private law. Unique evidence of the existence of the horizontal effect of the principle of legality is certain effectiveness of human rights and fundamental freedoms between individuals. The principle of legality is implemented in a variety of forms of administrative operation in a modern state. The standards of the principle of legality, particularly those relating to the reservation of the law, are not universal and rigid but adaptable to social development and functioning of the state organization. According to my findings, this cannot be taken as a conceptual defect of the principle of legality, rather the opposite – its advantage, as the administrative law is generally known for its relatively fast changes. This should correspondingly affect the concept of the principle of legality. Moreover, while its intensity may vary, the principle of legality is finally applied in a concrete assessment of whether a certain act of administration is legal or illegal and this decision is made by the competent authority on the basis and within the rules of the prescribed proceeding.

Keywords:administrative law, public administration, rule of law, separation of powers, the principle of legality, priority of the law, reservation of the law, constitutional requirement of the specific enactment of a statute

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