Objective Conditions for Stay of Execution of Administrative Decisions in the French State Council's Decisions and Jordanian High Court of Justice: A comparative Study
The purpose of this research is to analyze the required objective conditions to accept the application to stay the execution of administrative decisions objected for cancellation in the judgement of the French State Council and Jordanian High court of justice. This study concludes that the stay of execution can't exist except in face of final administrative decisions and there should be an interest for the objector and irreparable damage in case of execution of the decision and the application for stay of execution should stand on serious reasons.
In conclusion the study invites the Jordanian Administrative Judge to specify the damage and the serious reasons as they are the most important conditions in calling for stay of execution in the judgment recitals and not to rest on referring to article no (20) of the law of the High court of justice no 12 of 1992, which includes all the conditions for stay Of execution (objectives and formals).
"Objective Conditions for Stay of Execution of Administrative Decisions in the French State Council's Decisions and Jordanian High Court of Justice: A comparative Study,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2001:
15, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2001/iss15/4