This paper addresses the issues of concept and specific/distinctive features of normative administrative acts and the individual administrative acts, from the perspective of the legal doctrine and practice. Normative administrative acts are passed by the ministries as fundamental and supreme organs in the framework of the state administration of the Republic of Macedonia in compliance with the Law on state organization and operation of state administrative bodies of the Republic of Macedonia of 2000. The constitutionality and legality of respective administrative acts that are not rendered in the administrative proceeding can be challenged only before the Constitutional Judiciary/Justice of the Republic of Macedonia. On the other hand, the (final) individual administrative acts are issued in the administrative procedure by state administrative bodies in conformity with the General Administrative Procedure Act of the Republic of Macedonia of 2005 and their legality can be challenged only before the Administrative Justice/Judiciary of the Republic of Macedonia.
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