Skundo padavimo termino atnaujinimo probleminiai aspektai

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Straipsnis / Article
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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Skundo padavimo termino atnaujinimo probleminiai aspektai
Alternative Title:
Main issues related to the renewal of the term for submission of the complaint
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Keywords:
LT
Administracinių; Administracinių bylų teisena; Bylų teisena; Procesinis terminas; Skundo padavimo terminas.
EN
Procedural time limit; Proceedings of administrative cases; Time limit to file an application; Time limiting file application, proceedings of administrative cases.
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LTStraipsnyje analizuojama termino skundui paduoti teisinė prigimtis. Skundo padavimo termino atnaujinimo procesas vertinamas, kaip teisminės gynybos teisės įgyvendinimo forma. Skundo padavimo terminą autorius apibūdina, kaip laiko tarpą, per kurį asmuo gali apginti savo pažeistas teises kreipdamasis į administracinį teismą ar kitą išankstinio ginčų nagrinėjimo ne teismo tvarka instituciją. Autoriaus nuomone, skundo padavimo terminui iš esmės yra būdingi visi procesinių terminų požymiai, todėl jis pripažintinas procesiniu terminu, o tokia skundo padavimo termino teisinė prigimtis sąlygoja tai, jog jo eigos pradžia sietina su tam tikru faktu. Autorius remiantis Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio teismo jurisprudencijos analize, atskleidžia skundo padavimo termino skaičiavimo taisyklių taikymo bei skundo padavimo termino atnaujinimo proceso problemas. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe Article analyses the legal nature of time limit to file an application and the procedure of restoration of time limit to file a complaint/petition as a form to implement judicial protection. Basically, all specific features of procedural time limits are incident to the time limit to file a complaint; therefore, it should be recognized as a procedural time limit. Legal nature of the time limit to file an application necessitates that the start of it is linked to the exercise of a certain act. However, application of the rules framed to calculate time limits to file these complaints in the jurisprudence of administrative courts at certain circumstances is complicated, especially in the cases on appeal of individual legal act. An individual legal act usually is a result of particular administrative procedure carried out by administrative authority by which an issue that matters to interested parties is resolved. Thus, only interested parties are informed about individual legal act adopted in their regard. However, an individual legal act often is related not only to the subjective rights of interested persons but also has effect on rights and legitimate interests of other persons. These persons also have a right to contest such administrative act in administrative court. Article 33 of the Law on Proceedings of Administrative Cases establishes that time limit to file a complaint starts from the date an act is being published or individual act or notion of an act (failure to act) is being delivered to interested party (i.e. participant in administrative procedure).However, this article does not provide how the time limit should be counted in the cases when a person who did not take part in administrative procedure appeals. The author notes that since time limit to file a complaint is directly related to realization of a constitutional right to judicial protection, variant legal regulation, especially the gaps of legal regulation of this institute, how time limit should be applied and calculated cannot be justified in the frame of administrative procedure. Right to judicial protection in the sphere of legal relations regulated by administrative law can be imposed only if interested person observed the course and preconditions set by law. Time limit to file a complaint is a precondition which restricts the constitutional right to judicial protection as failure to observe time limit to submit an application or rejection of a petition asking to restore the time limit is an obstacle to resolve a dispute in essence. However, in the author's opinion, failure to observe time limit to file a complaint is not an obstacle which precludes a person from invoking the constitutional right to judicial protection. Interested person may always apply to administrative court and file an application together with a petition asking to restore the time limit for submitting the application. [From the publication]

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2029-1701
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2018-12-17 12:51:22
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