Administrative Court of Thailand
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Administrative Court of Thailand
Administrative Court at Chaengwattana Rd.

The Administrative Court of Thailand is a branch of the national judiciary, concerning grievances against state agencies or public officials. It was first established in 2001, in accordance with the 1997 Constitution, along with the Office of the Ombudsman. The court is composed of two tiers: the administrative courts of first instance, and the Supreme Administrative Court.

References

  • Leyland, Peter (2010). "Genealogy of the administrative courts and consolidation of administrative justice in Thailand". In Harding, Andrew; Nicholson, Penelope (eds.). New Courts in Asia. Routledge. ISBN 9781135182717.

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