ADMINISTRATIVE AND PLANNING LAW

  • Claims for liability for public property.
  • Resolution of penalty proceedings
  • Litigious-administrative appeals
  • Tax appeals
  • Disciplinary proceedings
  • Resolution of proceedings to verify values.
  • Planning advice.
  • Administrative appeals.

Administrative Law regulates Public Administration, the administrative function and the relationship between individuals and the Government. That is to say, individuals, in the exercise of the actions that assist them in defending their interests before the Public Adminstration, need appropriate and expert advice to ensure a successful outcome for their claims.