When considering an application of an interested person, the authorized body makes one of the following administrative decisions:
The authorized body refuses to carry out the administrative procedure:
1. An administrative decision to carry out an administrative procedure or to refuse to carry out an administrative procedure is made in writing, including by making entries in registers, registers, protocols, databanks, other documents or information resources.
An administrative decision to refuse to accept an application from an interested person is made orally, except in cases where the interested person submits an application by mail or in the form of an electronic document, or if the interested person requires this decision to be made in writing, as well as other cases provided for by legislative acts.
2. Unless otherwise provided by the legislation on administrative procedures, an administrative decision taken in writing must indicate:
3. The written form of an administrative decision shall be equated with certificates or other documents issued in the course of administrative procedures.
1. The person concerned has the right to appeal an administrative decision in an administrative (extrajudicial) manner.
2. An administrative complaint is sent to a state body, another organization superior to the authorized body that made the administrative decision, or to a state body, another organization, whose competence, in accordance with legislative acts, includes the consideration of such complaints (hereinafter referred to as the body considering the complaint ).
3. The appeal of an administrative decision in court is carried out after the appeal of such a decision in an administrative (extrajudicial) procedure, unless a different procedure for appeal is provided for by legislative acts.
An appeal against an administrative decision in court is carried out in accordance with civil procedural or economic procedural legislation.
4. Filing a complaint in an administrative (extrajudicial) procedure does not deprive the interested person of the right to file a complaint with a court.
1. An administrative complaint may be submitted to the body considering the complaint within one year from the date of adoption of the contested administrative decision.
2. The body considering the complaint has the right to restore the deadline for filing an administrative complaint if such a deadline is missed for a good reason (serious illness, long business trip, etc.).
An administrative complaint is considered within a month from the date of its submission. The legislation on administrative procedures may provide for reduced terms for the consideration of administrative complaints.