Enactment of the General Administrative Act and Evolution of the Administrative Law in Mongolia
Эрдэм шинжилгээний өгүүлэл, эссэ
The Mongolian Parliament enacted the General Administrative Law on June 19, 2015. This law will take effect on July 1 of this year (2016). The idea of having a general administrative law like the current Mongolian Civil or Criminal law has been discussed for over a decade among Mongolian lawyers and practitioners. Many in the legal community in Mongolia believe that the absence of a standardized general administrative law has contributed to the lack of substantial development of Mongolian administrative law. It is true that in the area of administrative law, legal practice is in need of general principles and standard procedures in order to make administrative law litigation more consistent, predictable, and ultimately more just. In fact, it became more evident since the creation of administrative courts in 2004 that Mongolian administrative law requires clear statutory development.
General Administrative law, Administrative law Mongolia, administrative act, normative administrative act, administrative contract, listing approach, general clause, enumeration clause, paradigm change in administrative law, GAL,