Administracinė teisė M. Römerio dienoraščiuose
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In interwar Lithuania, there were no textbooks on administrative law, and no detailed studies of separate institutes of administrative law. However, the very first monograph related to administrative law, and more specifically to the institute for judicial review, appeared in Lithuania in 1928. This was M. Römeris’ book “The Administrative Court”. The theme of administrative law was developed by M. Römeris in his articles, other works, and diaries. From 1920 until 1928, M. Römeris touched on administrative legal issues in his diaries in a fragmented way. However, issues of administrative law were later analyzed in much more detail. This was related to the establishment of the State Council, judicial reform, and the initiative of the 4th Seimas to establish an administrative court in Lithuania. It transpired from these diaries that M. Römeris was the first initiator of the establishment of an administrative court in Lithuania: he created the Statute of the Council of State to establish a function close to the administrative court to check the legality of administrative acts, drafted the first Administrative Court Law in 1932, and wrote an Explanatory Memorandum which the 4th Seimas Commission relied on when drafting the Law on the Administrative Court. M. Römeris wanted to work as an administrative court judge. However, the main reason for his desire that such a court finally be established was the absence of an organized rule of law and the establishment of a police state.
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