Teisėtų lūkesčių principo samprata ir teisėtų lūkesčių apsaugos modeliai Europos Sąjungos administracinėje erdvėje.
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The article analyses the conception of legitimate expectations, also the genesis and development of this principle and its relations with other principles of administrative law. The article consists of the introduction, four main parts and conclusions. In the first part of the article the conception and the development of the principle of legitimate expectations is discussed. The principle of legitimate expectations originates from the German public law and is known as the principle of "Vertrauensschutz". In the period between 1970 and 1980 years the Court of Justice of the European Communities began to apply this principle in its legal practice. The principle of legitimate expectations protects the interests of the persons, who are entitled by legal system to expect certain results, in case they act legally.
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