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This volume analyzes the position of administrative law in the separate but parallel legal order of the EC and explores the limits of its future development. The influence of existing national rules are highlighted as well as the subsequent impact in each member state of the new European system. Part 1 of the text examines the characteristics of the administrative law systems in EC member states, legal constraints on administrative decisions, the principle of equality and the prohibition of discrimination as obligatory maxims of government action. The second section explores the principle of proportionality, legal certainty and the protection of legitimate expectations, and the principles of a constitutionally ordered administrative procedure.