What is public administration law?

Asked Sep 07, 2012
"Public administration" is the management and study of running the government's business so I suppose the phrase, "public administration law" could be the segment of the law that controls that part of government.

If, however, you meant, "administrative law;" that's the public law that's administered by government boards and agencies rather than the courts. Rules by the IRS and the FAA for example are part of administrative law. They most often have provisions for oversight by the Judicial Branch through an appeals process.
Answered Sep 07, 2012
Administrative law is the body of law that governs the activities of administrative agencies of government.
Answered May 04, 2016
Administrative law is an initial law that care about administrative agencies of the government.
Answered Oct 20, 2016
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