Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


The extent to which the status of the plaintiff applies to the individual and the administration claiming the annulment A comparative study

Author(s): Hisham Hamed AL-Kasasbeh, Rami Ibrahim Hasan Alzwahreh

The administration enjoys privileges, it is natural that these privileges affect in one way or another conduct of the administrative litigation, especially the evidentiary procedures. Because the administration, by excluding these privileges, is considered the strongest party in the lawsuit and is usually dominant over the evidence. In most cases, this makes her take the position of the defendant, which is the easiest and easiest position, while the person who is defenseless from any privileges and mostly devoid of evidence, stands the plaintiff in the administrative case, which is the most difficult position. Consequently, these privileges affected the positions of the two parties in the administrative lawsuit and created the phenomenon of imbalance between them, given that the administration of the strong party is the holder of the left position, but this does not prevent the administration from standing in the position of the plaintiff in some cases. So we will try to centralize the two parties in an annulment lawsuit.

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