Termino skundui paduoti atnaujinimo institutas administracinėje justicijoje
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The Article analyses the legal basis for renewal of the term for submission of the complaint in administrative cases, consolidated in the Law on Proceedings of Administrative Cases and the in Law on Procedures of Pre-trial Administrative Disputes. It is concluded that legal basis of extraordinary causes which prevented timely to submit a complaint is not an absolute basis to renew the term, if the behavior of the person concerned in submitting the complaint does not meet the standards of serious, fair and careful conduct, moreover, prompt and active defense of violated rights. Attention is made, that renewal of the term for submission of the complain must combine the principles of both fairness and effective protection of violated rights while preserving their equilibrium. In order to reveal when administrative courts consider causes as extraordinary and the person acting honestly, actively and expeditiously, quantitative and qualitative analysis of the practice of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania was made. In the practice of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania, there is no unanimous opinion how to considered situations when a person missed the term due to an error or missed the term very insignificantly. In one case, it is assessed that an error or a particularly slight missed period is a matter of a subjective nature. In other cases, however, priority is given to ensuring the right to a judicial defense and the integrity of the applicant's conduct is assessed.
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