Unfortunately judicial supervision of local legal enactment has not been described sufficiently yet. Especially a lack of monographic description can be noticed. Undoubtedly monographic description of judicial supervision of local legal enactments requires a solution of many basic issues. First of all it is necessary to find adequate solutions for the given issues, such as: notice, characteristics, scope, kinds, form and effects. The settlement of the conclusion educed here leads to a statement that supervision of local legal enactment-performed generally by administrative courts-is a specific kind of supervision as it interferes masterfully in law-making competence of local agencies of public administration on the principle of ‘negative legislator’.