July 23, 2007

Jurisprudence Relating to Administrative Litigation


The Second Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice recently issued jurisprudence resolving the contradiction of rulings that existed with
respect to the principle of finality and the need to exhaust the administrative lawsuit before going to a federal appeal (amparo). The
contradiction was finally resolved by ruling that since article 28 of the Federal Law of Contentious Administrative Procedure contains greater
requirements to grant a suspension than those foreseen in the amparo law, it is not necessary to first exhaust said procedure before turning to an
amparo.


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Issue 43–July 2007