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time limitation provisions in the field of public law

Auther : Dr. Sabry Mohamed Al Senoussi Mohamed

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Time Limitation Provisions in the Field of Public Law

A Comparative Study between Egyptian Law and Kuwaiti Law in light of the most recent decisions of the Egyptian court of cassation, the supreme administrative court and the Kuwaiti court of cassation.

 

Dr .  Sabry Mohamed Al Senoussi Mohamed

 

This publication outlines time limitation provisions in the field of public law through a comparative study between Egyptian Law and Kuwaiti Law. The comparison is based on the most recent decisions of the Egyptian court of cassation, the supreme administrative court and the Kuwaiti court of cassation.

This publication also highlights the independent nature of time limitation provisions throughout the different areas of public law as opposed to areas of civil law. As such, the need for independent rules governing time limitation provisions in the different areas of public law arises.

We have attempted in this publication to collect all rules relating to time limitation in the different fields of public law. We, therefore, have referred to time limitation in respect of public employment (including time limitation in respect of financial employment rights for the employee or the government or of each of them vis a vis the other, in addition to time limitation in respect of disciplinary actions). We have also noted time limitation rules in respect of administrative liability claims (including claims for compensation for legitimate administrative acts or illegitimate administrative decisions).   In addition, we have set out several other forms of time limitations in the fields of public law (e.g., time limitation in respect of public funds, time limitation in respect of third party rights vis a vis the government or the governments rights vis a vis third parties).  

 

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