Šikić, Marko; Turudić, Marko
December 2013
Zbornik Pravnog Fakulteta Sveucilista u Rijeci;2013, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p841
Academic Journal
The paper analyzes the regulation of the institute of costs of administrative dispute. The main reason for writing this paper are the interventions in the institute made by the Act on Amendments to the Law on Administrative Disputes from December 2012. We view the changes as a big step back in regulating the costs of administrative disputes. The paper starts with a summary overview of the historical layout of the institute of administrative dispute costs in Croatia. Then, we describe the layout of the institute in the text of the Law on Administrative Disputes before and after the changes from December 2012. Finally, we conclude that the aforementioned changes were implemented to protect the national budget.


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