Administrative Law

Administrative law is a complex and ever-changing field. The complexity of administrative processes and the breadth of administrative legislation can make it difficult for individuals and organizations to protect their rights. Therefore, it is extremely important to have specialized legal support in administrative cases.

Ankalex provides comprehensive and customized legal advisory services to our domestic and international clients in all administrative law processes. Our experienced lawyers work closely with our clients to understand their unique circumstances and needs, and we develop tailored solutions that help them achieve their objectives.

Our Administrative Law Services:

  • Monitoring of Administrative Application Processes: We assist our clients in preparing and following up all applications they will make to the administration (e.g., petition, objection, lawsuit).
  • Monitoring of Error Correction and Complaint Applications: We follow up on the necessary procedures for the correction of errors in administrative transactions and the conclusion of our clients' complaints.
  • Monitoring of Reconciliation Processes: We represent our clients in the settlement of administrative disputes through reconciliation and defend our clients' rights in reconciliation meetings.
  • Monitoring of Expropriation Processes: We carry out all legal processes and negotiations related to expropriation transactions on behalf of our clients.
  • Monitoring of Objection Processes Against Administrative Fines: We assist our clients in preparing and following up objection petitions against administrative fines imposed by the administration.
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In Addition To These:

  • Annulment of administrative transactions
  • Tax and customs disputes
  • Social security disputes
  • Disciplinary cases
  • Zoning and planning disputes
  • Environmental disputes
  • At Ankalex, we are committed to providing the highest ethical and professional standards of service to help our clients protect their rights in administrative cases, have a fair trial, and obtain compensation for their rights.