Formality Defect as One of the Reasons for Rescinding Administrative Decisions

Safa Swailmieen, Abed Al-Ra'of Al-Kasasbeh, Ahmad Al-Dala'een


Reasons for rescinding administrative decisions mean: these defects that occurs to administrative decisions.
Formality Defect as one of the reasons for rescinding administrative decisions means: the noncompliance of the administrative authorities with the procedural formalities forced by the legislature in delivering its administrative decisions. The answer why we aim formality, is to protect public authorities behind individual benefits and interests.
High court of Justice aims to deal with formality defect by adopting all method found to make difference between substantial and unsubstantial defects conditional with substantial defect to cancel the decision.


Formality Defect, Administrative Decisions

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