The term “administrative law” is a generic term for the right of state action in the field of public law. Administrative law regulates in particular the legal relationship between the state and its citizens. Essential principles of administrative law are the primacy of the law – no action against the law – the reservation of the law – no action without a law – and the principle of proportionality, according to which the administration must not interfere with citizens’ rights more than necessary.
In such a “subordinate relationship” to the citizen, the public administration usually does not act in the form of contracts, but rather through a sovereign regulation of an individual case in the field of public law, the so – called administrative act.
Mr. Khan advises you reliably and represents you before the administrative courts, the higher administrative courts and the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig. If this becomes necessary, he will also work for your case before the Supreme Court and the European Courts.