The administrative law is aimed at regulating the relationship between public sector (state and municipal) bodies, organisations exercising powers conferred by public law and organisations carrying out public service (schools, nurseries, health sector) on the one hand and entities that do not have these powers on the other hand. Administrative law sets the limits to the public sector bodies when they exercise their power.
An individual or a private sector entity are not in an equal position in relation to the state: when they require a service from the state, they are a weaker party and thus need protection. The state may only do what the law requires it to do, whereas the private party may do anything that is not explicitly prohibited.
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