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Jurisdiction of transnational administrative-legal acts in the process of European integration

Transnational administrative-legal acts exhibit the feature of exerting influence not only within the jurisdiction of the originating state but also across the borders, encompassing the territories of other states. Such acts are one form of harmonization and “integration” of activities within the European Union.


The European integration process entails progressively aligning and synchronizing laws, policies, and regulations across European Union member states to establish a unified market and foster deeper political and economic collaboration. This progression involved the delegation of specific governmental authorities from national administrations to EU institutions. Consequently, transnational administrative-legal acts play a crucial role in promoting and regulating this integration.


European Union law exerts a varied impact on the collaboration and organization of administrative entities, along with its influence on the judiciary. In part, this includes the obligation to recognize administrative bodies or judicial decisions of other states.However, there are few areas in which the enforcement of EU law is fully regulated by national law. There are frequent cases where the enforcement standards of the member states are applied to the law of the European Union, which, in some cases, damages the idea of ​​a unified application of the law of the European Union.

Transnational administrative-legal acts often require cooperation and coordination among member states in order to effectively address existing challenges. The European integration process promotes this cooperation through various mechanisms.


In this way, it is important that when applying the national legal norms, the practical realization of the objective of the European Union norm is not hindered and, at the same time, the national interests of the candidate country are not harmed. This concerns the application of both substantive and procedural law norms.


The present article discusses the issue of transnational administrative-legal acts in the process of European integration; The typology of transnational administrative-legal acts is presented, the precedents of the European Court of Justice and their influence on the principle of territoriality and the right to effective justice are analyzed.


Keywords: Transnational administrative-legal act, Jurisdiction