Commercial Administrative Law (Germany)

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The Administrative law is a part of the special administrative law . It comprises those legal norms under public law that entitle or oblige state units to influence the economy or organize these units to influence, monitor, etc. the economy.

Sometimes the term is also used to differentiate it from economic constitutional law . According to this, commercial administrative law only comprises the simple legal norms of public commercial law , while commercial constitutional law contains the constitutional statements on economic life. The term “public commercial law” is therefore understood as the generic term. This terminology, which certainly does justice to the importance of constitutional law and also of European law for commercial law, has not yet been able to fully establish itself.

Commercial administrative law in the broader sense therefore includes the following aspects:


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