MICHELLE DUGUIL 1CHAPTER I INTRODUCTIONCONCEPT OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAWa.Belongs to the field of PUBLIC LAW; involves Constitutional law, Criminal law, and International law. b.WIDEST SENSE: •t h e entire system of lawsunder which the machinery of the stateworks and by which the state performs all governmentacts•The term would embrace all the laws that regulate or control the admin organization and operations of the government including legislative and judicial bodies •ELEMENTS: LAWS, STATE, ACTS c.BROAD DEFINITION: •Lawwhich providesthe structure of government and prescribesits processes and procedures. •The law control the admin operationsof the government or “the law of government admin” •ELEMENTS: LAWS, STATE (govt),ACT (provides, operates, controls, prescribes) d.GOODNOW: •That part of public law which fixesthe organization and determinesthe competence of the administrative Authoritiesand indicatesto the individuals remediesfor the violation of his rights. •ELEMENTS: LAWS, STATE (Admin authorities), ACTS (determines, fixes), REMEDIES e.POUND’S: •Branch of modern lawunder which the executive department acting in quasi-legislative or quasi-judicial capacity1interfereswith the conduct of the individualfor promoting the well-beingof the community; as under the law governing public corporations, business affected with public interest, professions, trade, callings, rates and prices, laws for the protection of public health and safety, and the promotion of the public convenience and advantage •That system of legal principles to settle the conflicting claims of executive and admin authority on one hand and of individuals or private rights on the other •It is the law concerning the powers and procedures of admin agencies including specially the law governing judicial review of action •ELEMENTS: LAW, STATE, ACTS, FUSION OF POWER, GENERAL WELFARE SCOPE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (POA-CR-J2I)It is: a.The law which fixes the administrative organization and 1Exception to principle of separation of powers – administrative delegation = 1 of the 5 instances of delegation of powers structure of the government. b.The law, the execution or enforcement of which is entrusted to administrative authorities (all those public officers and organs of the government charged with amplification, application, and execution of the law).c.The law which governs public officersd.The law which creates administrative agencies, defines their powers and functions, prescribes their procedures e.The law which provides the remedies to those aggrieved by administrative actions or decisions f.The law which governs judicial review or relief against administrative actions g.The rules, regulations, orders and decisionsmade by administrative authorities.