The Code of Administrative Procedure was substantially amended in 2017. Introduction of the right to waive the right to appeal to Article 127a, Code of Administrative Procedure, is one such major change. Such a waiver is momentous, since it not only obstructs appealing but also prevents the option of complaining against a decision to courts. The new regulation, intended to accelerate administrative proceedings and enforceability of decisions, gives rise to serious doubts, chiefly concerning a party’s option of withdrawing their declaration to waive the right to appeal. In spite of the legislator’s intention signalled in the substantiation of the amendment, both judicial decisions and the doctrine rightly accept the possibility of withdrawing a declaration to waive the right to appeal until the last day of the term for appeals.
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