Administrative LawLegal services for the disputes between the state hospitals & healthcare authorities and patient individuals & medical companies.
Administrative law is a branch of law that deals with the relations of the state. The term of public interest differs the administrative law disputes from the other legal disputes.
Legal disputes between the person / entity and administration such as healthcare authorities, immigration offices (claims against goc idaresi), public institutions, universities, state hospitals, all are subject to administrative law and are considered administrative cases.
The Turkish Constitution is one of the sources of administrative law. Pursuant to Article 125 of the Constitution, the judiciary is open to all acts and actions of the administration and the administration is obliged to compensate the damages arising from its own actions including doctors and hospitals medical malpractice.
The person whose right is violated due to the action of the administration shall apply to the relevant administration before filing an administrative case within 1 year of the date on which it is learned in writing and/or in any case within 5 years of the date of action. If the request of the applicant is rejected in whole or in part, a lawsuit should be filed within the period specified in the law from the date of the notification of the rejection or from the end of the 60-day period that has not been answered.
Administrative are resolved in administrative courts. In administrative courts, procedures are different from those of other courts and civil cases. Thus, it is important to work with an experienced attorney in this law field.