Supreme Administrative Court

A supreme administrative court is the highest court in a country with jurisdiction over lower administrative courts and the administrative decisions of the authorities, but not the legislative decisions (laws) made by the government (which are under the jurisdiction of a constitutional court). For a specific country, see:

  • Supreme Administrative Court ("Council of State") of Belgium
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Bulgaria
  • Supreme Administrative Court of the Republic of China
  • Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Finland
  • Supreme Administrative Court ("Council of State") of France
  • Federal Administrative Court of Germany
  • Federal Administrative Court of Switzerland
  • Administrative Court of Iran
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Poland
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Portugal
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Sweden
  • Supreme Administrative Court of Thailand

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