Legal Framework relating to Alternative Dispute Resolution in Belgian Public Law
The application of alternative dispute resolution is increasing in Belgian
administrative law hand in hand with the move towards a more bilateral
relationship between administration and citizens, characterized by reciprocity
and dialogue. The specific character of public law is the cause of specific legal
problems and limitations. This paper examines these restrictions and their
opportunities as a contribution to the creation of a theoretical framework
for alternative dispute resolution in administrative law and serves in an
international context as an overview of this theme.
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