The Process of Evidencing (Offer of Proof) at Administrative Procedure

Alma Vokopola Julejda Gërxhi
The investigatory procedure carried out by an administrative organ during administrative proceedings is indispensable. There is no doubt that “lex specialis”, in several cases, tend to detail this process, however, it needs a “lex generalis” act which will regulated principally all the important elements of the investigatory procedure. The Code of Administrative Procedure is an act, which naturally poses its problematic, however it is very important for prescribing such institute of administrative proceedings. Due to such significance, the analysis of judicial means being available to an organ of public administration for evaluating complexly the totality of facts and proofs and certainly for identifying present problems, is the central pillar of this report.

administrative proceeding, proofs, interested parties (litigants)

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