The Role of Administrative and Implementing Law Reforms in Public Administration and Cultural Heritage in Albania
AbstractThe judicial power is one of the important fields of the legal state. As stated in the Albanian constitution, one basic principle is: equality and control between governments. Our paper research will analyze the justice reforms in Albania, will analyze bailiff organizational management (private or state form).This paper identifies and addresses of the important factors underlying of the, bailiff office in Albania and changes in the form of organization, under the administrative and implementing reforms in law. The paper also introduces with the changes in national law, private or state organizational form. This is done in order to seek an independent and impartial tribunal's or court's determination as to whether one's legal rights and obligations are being infringed, and if so, to obtain appropriate compensation and remedy. Civil litigation should be distinguished from criminal litigation. The main difference is that civil litigation is normally undertaken by an individual to seek monetary compensation, to recover properties, or to enforce obligations, while the criminal litigation is instituted in the name of the Government (i.e. the Vlore region Special Administrative Region during 2009-2011years) to suppress crime and to punish criminals.
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Dumi, A., & Koçiu, B. (2013). The Role of Administrative and Implementing Law Reforms in Public Administration and Cultural Heritage in Albania. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 4(9), 82. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/1048
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