Public Law

Public law is the field of the law that governs how the government interacts with its constituents. Public law regulates how the government uses its authority and encompasses many other types of legislation, including administrative law, criminal law, constitutional law, and international law. A key branch of public law that establishes the makeup, prerogatives, and boundaries of governmental power is constitutional law. Together with the legislative, executive, and judicial departments of government, it also outlines the fundamental liberties and rights of citizens.

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The body of law known as administrative law governs how the government's administrative agencies conduct their business. It contains the legal guidelines and practises that these organisations must adhere to when performing their duties, including issuing or refusing permits, inspecting and enforcing laws, resolving conflicts, and announcing rules and policies. The interaction between the government and those who are subject to its regulations or who are impacted by its decisions is governed by administrative law. The development of government and the transfer of authority from the legislative and executive branches to administrative agencies are the sources of this area of law. The goal of administrative law is to guarantee that administrative agencies carry out their duties in a way that upholds the rule of law, procedural fairness, accountability, and transparency.

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