An amendment to the Administrative Procedure Code has come into force, revising art. 156 and other articles to align the legal system with a Constitutional Tribunal judgment of 12 May 2015 (case P 46/13). Under the amendment, it will be possible to annul administrative decisions that are more than ten years old, and review whether decisions that date back thirty years are lawful. To date, the Administrative Procedure Code did not specify a time limit after which a decision issued without legal grounds or in gross violation of the law could not be annulled.
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