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2017 224 Comparative Studies in Administrative Law

[Lecture Course Basic Information]

Lecturer: Inaba
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Course Type: Lecture
Semester: Fall
Year: 1&2
Course Periods: -Fri 14:45-16:15
Credits: 2
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Classroom: -

 

Outline of Lecture Course In 1947 the Judicial Constitution Act and the Administrative Court Act were repealed. This marked a new beginning for the new court system. It has been more than 60 years since this happened in which time the system of judicial review of administrative action has developed. However, the contemporary situation raises for us many problems for which we need urgent reform. Through this lecture, 1) brief history of administrative law in Japan, 2) basic legal framework of administrative action, 3) administrative procedure, and 4) administrative litigation will be explained.
Course Objectives

Through the course, students will be able to:

 -obtain basic knowledge of administrative law in Japan.

-consider the basic legal problems totally by understanding the theory and practice of administrative law in Japan.

-analyze the advantages and disadvantages of Japanese administrative law from historical perspectives.

Textbooks

Materials will be introduced by the instructor.

Course Materials/Supplementaries

Supplementaries will be presented in class.

Assessment

Attendance(50%), assignments(50%)

Prerequisites

Other Notes

 

Lecture Theme Lecture Course Description Learning outside the class Related page
1 Brief History of Administrative Law in Japan

1. Influence of German Administrative Law

2. Postwar Legal Reform

2 Basic Structure of Administrative Law in Japan

1. Administrative Disposition

2. Three General Law Systems

1) Administrative Procedure Act

2) Administrative Appeal Act

3) Administrative Litigation Act

3 Administrative Procedure Law

1. Purpose of Administrative Procedure

2. Procedure for Disposition

3. Administrative Guidance

4. Public Comment Procedure

4 Administrative Litigation Law

1. Administrative Litigation and Civil Litigation

2. Requirements of for Litigation

1) Disposition

2) Standing

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