The Inspection on the Lack of Jurisdiction Defect in the Jordanian Administrative Judiciary

  •  Taha Hussain Atiyyat    


The defect resulting from the lack of jurisdiction is regarded as a means to cancel an administrative decision for such the jurisdiction represents the cornerstone among the administrative law systems. Therefore, each authority is named to authority to exercise its jurisdiction according to the bylaws and regulations stipulated by the state. Despite the fact that there have been other defects to influence the legitimacy of the administrative decision, the lack of jurisdiction defect has still been the sole significant shortcoming affecting the public order.

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