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Administrative Decision-Making in Reaction to a Court Judgment
Can the Administrative Judge Guide the Decision-Making Process?

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A.T. Marseille ,

Professor at the department of Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History of Tilburg University, NL
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I.M. Boekema

PhD candidate at the department of Administrative Law and Public Administration of the University of Groningen, NL
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Abstract

In Dutch administrative law, a court judgment does not always resolve the conflict at hand. If an administrative court quashes a decision by an administrative authority in a judgment from which there is no appeal, the authority should take a new decision. When such a new decision is taken, interested parties can decide to commence proceedings for the second time. This study seeks to investigate the factors influencing the administrative decision-making process and the degree to which repeated litigation takes place.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ulr.236
How to Cite: Marseille, A.T. & Boekema, I.M., (2013). Administrative Decision-Making in Reaction to a Court Judgment
Can the Administrative Judge Guide the Decision-Making Process?. Utrecht Law Review. 9(3), pp.51–61. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ulr.236
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Published on 12 Jul 2013.
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