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Introduction: Administrative law is that branch of law which regulates the activities of entities that exercise public powers or perform public functions irrespective of whether those entities are public authorities.

The exercise of public power is accompanied by a constitutional duty to act in the best interest of the public. In fact , Article 18 of the Namibian Constitution requires: administrative bodies and administrative officials to act fairly and reasonably in complying with the requirements imposed upon such bodies and officials by common law and any relevant legislation, and persons aggrieved by the exercise of such acts and decisions shall have the right to seek redress before a competent Court or Tribunal?

What we can do for you:

Our lawyers assist and advise our clients on the following:

  • Provide general advice on matters of administrative law
  • Advising Corporate clients, parastatals and government departments on the interpretation and application of statutes before they embark on administrative action
  • Apply to have administrative decisions reviewed in the High Court.


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