Job authority is considered an important and fundamental factor in issuing administrative orders. No employee or other administrative party has the right to take a decision (administrative order) unless legally authorized. The researcher has chosen this topic to focus on the importance of Job Authority in issuing administrative orders.

The research is split into three topics:

1. Definition of Job Authority

  1. Sources of Job Authority
  2. The necessity that the authorized party performs his authorities solely.

The researcher supported his study with a number of court decisions in an attempt to link each subject with whatever is happening in real life within the Administrative Law Courts, and proving the important role of Administrative Law in defining the real source of order under dispute.