International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Innovative Judicial Methods in France to Detect the Fraud of Individuals to Obtain Administrative Decisions
Dr. Bassam Abu Irmilah

Individuals may resort to fraud or cheat the administrative authority to obtain administrative decisions, so this study seeks to outline this spread negative phenomenon, which entered all areas of the state. In this case, individuals get an administrative decision as a result of using fraudulent methods, with the intention of misleading the administration, to reach an illegal purpose that causes it to issue its decision. The importance of this study that it sheds light on the latest developments that have occurred in the French State Council's oversight of administrative decisions. The study concluded that the idea of fraud within the rules of administrative law is surrounded by provisions that are separate from the provisions of fraud in civil and criminal law, and that the administrative decision that based on fraud is a decision that is independent of the null decision, and it also constitutes a separate administrative theory in France's administrative law.

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