Administrative judiciary
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An administrative judiciary (Administrativjustiz) is the court-like review of measures taken by the police or the government outside the ordinary judiciary in the 19th century. Its roots lie in the gute Policey (“good public order”) of the 18th century, whereby Policey cases were decided by Policey-Collegien, the so-called cameral judiciary (see Kameralprozess) After the administrative reforms at the beginning of the 19th century, the duties of gute Policey were assumed by the government. The administrative judiciary now consisted of court-like judicial i…

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Pahlow, Louis, “Administrative judiciary”, in: Encyclopedia of Early Modern History Online, Executive editor of the English edition: Graeme Dunphy. Consulted online on 26 March 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2352-0272_emho_SIM_016602>
First published online: 2015
First print edition: 20160321



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