ASSESMENT OF THE EXPEDIENCY OF INVOLVING THE ADMINISTRATIVE BODY AS A THIRD PARTY IN ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS BY THE COURT
Keywords:Third Party, Mandatory, Non-mandator, Administrative body, Court, Discretion
Participation of third parties is an essential part of administrative proceedings. Involvement and evaluation of third parties is the responsibility of the court, which, based on the petition of the party, or on its own initiative, involves a third party in the case hearing, with the right of mandatory or optional invitation. Evaluation of this subject essentially refers to the consideration of the case and obtaining the final result. Special attention needs the decision of involvement third-party administrative body in the case. In such cases, the purpose of involving a third party must be determined by the court – the case really concerns the interest of the administrative body if it is involved due to the task of presenting evidence. Thus, when assessing the expediency of the involvement of an administrative body as a third party is important to determine the need for its involvement, to determine the basis for the specific status of the third person (mandatory or optional) and the justification of the involvement, especially when it comes to the judge’s selfinitiative.