Public law

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The term public law generally increases with respect to the legal matter of public law .

As a legal term , it is used, for example, in connection with institutions and organizations that are set up on the basis of public law and therefore cannot be assigned to any of the legal forms of private law (see the compulsory type in company law ).

Examples of legal forms under public law:

The adjective is also used for legal relationships under public law or forms of action under public law in administrative law , such as administrative acts such as the public law contract or the public law compensation or the public law reimbursement claim .

Typically written under public law:

Finally this is used in procedural law :