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Comparative public law in Europe

D. Dragos et al., The Sound of Silence in European Administrative Law (Palgrave Macmillan 2020)

British Association of Comparative Law

Sound of Silence in European Administrative Lawattempts for the first time to engage in a comparative assessment of the different models employed in order to tackle the administrative silence in administrative law.  The comparative work is the first on this theme to tackle both the legal aspects and some empirical evidence of how the legal institution works in practice.

Administrative silence occurs when an administrative authority does not reply to an application in the legally prescribed time or does not take action when such action is legally prescribed. The legal fiction may be negative or positive. Negative fiction means that the law considers the silence as tacit rejection of the application and the interested parties have the possibility of a legal challenge in administrative or judicial venues. In the second instance, positive fiction, the presumption is that the silence means approval (the silent consent procedure or

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